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iDSD micro Black Label. Tour details (page 147). Release info (page 153).

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  1. Voxata
    The marker needs to be more than visible, it needs to be notched or something. I have a newer BL - despite the mark being there it can't be felt with the finger so in poor lighting situations I have issues.
     
  2. superuser1
    I have been seriously thinking of getting a white mark on there somehow.
     
  3. jmills8
    I did that, I put white tape. One to show which way is up. Need that while on the go. Another tape to show volume level.
     
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  6. Saoshyant
    Got this recently, so I guess the next thing to do would be pick up a USB C otg cable. Is the fit particularly obnoxious for OTG cables, or can I basically just pick whatever I feel like? I imagine due to the square-ish nature of the included cable, grabbing one of a similar shape would be best.
     
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  7. jerick70
    This is the OTG cable I purchased and it works fine so far.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Y2GCB3M/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o06_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
     
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  9. jerick70
    FYI... This is a USB A to USB C cable. I wasn't sure what type of OTG cable you needed.
     
  10. Saoshyant
    It'll do exactly what I need.
     
  11. jerick70
    :thumbsup:Good deal.
     
  12. Vartan
    Hi guys.
    Are my settings correct?
    [​IMG]
    Thanks
     
  13. BillsonChang007
    Woah! Boy do I miss my desktop now... Haven't been using it quite sometime now but I'm pretty sure I set the ASIO buffer size to max rather than auto.
     
  14. iFi audio

    Hi Vartan

    For sample rates higher than 192kHz it is recommended to use at least the Reliable streaming mode setting.

    Low latency may reduce the number of Buffers allocated for ASIO sufficiently that any father sample rates than 96kHz will have dropouts, of course this is ultimately hardware dependent.

    Equally the software buffers should be set to at least 8192 with Streaming at reliable, for sample rates above 192kHz, the Auto setting of the V3.2 Driver will also be ok.

    Further, for J-River, especially if playing higher sample rates, the minimum settings that should be applied are the recommended 50mS buffer with "Use Large Hardware Buffers" enabled.

    Lower buffer settings may work, depending on the hardware, but if they don't, well, don't use them. Contrary, some hardware may need larger buffer settings than even those recommended.

    Contrary to urban audio myth, reducing buffers and/or latency does not improve sound quality, it merely increases the risk of dropouts, often on the contrary larger buffer sizes tend to provide better sound quality.

    Excessive buffer length however may cause lip-sync issues, though many modern TV's have so much build in delay on the picture due to processing, that audio often needs extra delay to be in sync.

    I hope that this answers your queries.

    Best wishes

    iFi audio Team
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  15. Vartan
    Thanks
     
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