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Audio-GD NFB-11.32 & NFB-11 (2014) (Delivery & Impression Thread)!!!

Discussion in 'Headphone Amps (full-size)' started by heatfan12, Aug 25, 2012.
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  1. return78
    Just noticed new 2014 driver / firmware released. Done it just in couple minutes and work great!
     
    Audio-gd 11.32 in Win 8.1
    > Download the firmward and driver
      http://www.audio-gd.com/USB32firmware2014.rar
      http://www.audio-gd.com/USB32%20driver%202014.rar
    > Uninstall old V2 driver
    > Update firmware to uisng FW2014v9_1forDAC32bit.bin - dated 16 July 2014
    > Install 2014 driver
    > Restart Windows
     
  2. Douglaster
    Installed ! 
     
    Thanks. 
     
  3. Douglaster
    Strange, it only shows 24bit and 192khz in the Via Audio Panel !!?
     
  4. pearljam50000
    Is anyone using the NFB11 with HD800?
     
  5. chawya22
    I just received my Audio-gd 11.32. I'm using it with a MacBook Pro. I realize that in order to update the firmware, I need a Windows PC. Does anyone know if there's a way to find out what the installed Audio-gd 11.32 firmware version is, using my Mac? I'd hate to go tracking down a Windows machine and find out it was all for naught, since my 11.32 may already be up to date. If there is a thread already covering this, that someone can direct me to, I'd appreciate it.
     
  6. conquerator2
    I you ordered it after May 26th, it should have the latest firmware installed.
     
  7. chawya22
    Thank you, I guess I have a reprieve until the next one!
     
  8. sang
    Been using the newest model (post may 26th)
    Great neutral+transparent sound, but the USB driver is buggy as hell [​IMG] 
    Recommend using Coax/optical if you're interested
     
  9. genclaymore
    Maybe they should scrap VIA usb32 all together and give C-Media or even Xmos a shot. At least it should be possible for them to make a firmware swap with a different usb chip.
     
  10. chawya22
    What are the symptoms of a buggy USB driver?
     
  11. sang
    Using USB input for NFB-11 was a headache from the start. Biggest issue's the hiccups and stuttering in the sound fairly frequently. I think the fastest fix is just switching sample and bit ratio to something else and putting it back to 24bit/192
     
    Also the whole unit stops working after 1-2day of use lol, have to disable/enable in control unit + reboot the power switch.
     
  12. chawya22
    I guess I'll count my blessings. I've been using mine for a few days now and have nothing but praise for the SQ and function.
     
  13. sang
     


    Oh sound is definitely amazing. I've been using them with HE-560 for the entire weekend and I wouldn't have taken them off at a gunpoint :D
    Made my portable setup(shure 535se) sound worse than ipod earphones lol
     
  14. FangJoker
     
     
    Awww man.  This product was at the top of my list, but I will be using it via usb and I don't want to run into any issues so I might have to re-evaluate my list again.
     
  15. swannie007

    Not worth buying gear that you constantly have to mess with to make it work properly, IMO After a while you end up not using it because it frustrates you and this hobby is about pleasure and not pain! Customers should expect gear that works flawlessly from a supplier, we aren't, or shouldn't be, their R&D department. Personally, I don't care how good it sounds, if it doesn't work flawlessly, I will send it back and find a piece of gear that does work without hiccups. Just my 2c.
     
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