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iFi audio Pro iDSD (Official) - NEW Firmware - MQA and more.

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  1. gordec
    I wonder putting music on a SSD will help. If idsd never hiccups with DSD with USB. It shouldnt be hardware issue.
     
  2. gordec
    I capped DSDs to 192/24. This took care of it. I don't think I can tell the difference between 192 and DSD64/128, etc. Sounds freaking mindblowing good.
     
  3. youurayy
    send that to their support bc they said they don't care if it's just posted here
     
  4. iFi audio
    All good, thank you for clarification. :L3000:

    As for 4.4mm on Pro iDSD, we honestly want to release as much as our customers who want this option. Worry not, we'll get there!
     
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  5. iFi audio
    Oh but we do care! The thing is that we have a tech staff used to various issues (they've seen far more than we did!) and their help as far as any issues go is the fastest.
     
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  6. doggiehowser
    Weird

    Haven't used the Pro iDSD for a month and powering up tonight, the WiFi didn't connect. My WiFi is fine (my phone and notebook is connected to it as we speak in the same room)

    Normally you get a voice prompt saying it has. Tonight NADA

    Then I tried looking for it on Muzo or on UPNP via Audirvana. Nothing showed up.

    Then I tried using WPS to connect to my router. I held and pressed the WPS button till it said WPS Pairing - then it disappeared (while my Linksys app kept WPS enabled for 2 minutes). But it never connected either. Any way of doing a system reset?

    The Pro iDSD manual I checked out on the phone seemed very scant on any real set up steps
     
  7. aangen
    When I see things like that happening I reboot the router first. That normally solves the issue for me.
     
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  8. captblaze
    here is the issue with that. it is a band aid solution. I would suggest all with this condition file a trouble ticket with I-Fi with a thorough description of the issue with the steps that lead up to the failure. whether or not it is repeatable and what your entire network hardware and software config. is. I would also include your ISP and modem used. you would be surprised how much upstream garbage can leak into your network if your ISP has issues (I.e. leaky line and connections).

    I-Fi cant research every possible config during R&D, so passing on that info is vital in helping them find a solution
     
  9. aangen
    See, sure, you could go through all that. Of course. But do it after you reboot the router. It's so easy and it is often the issue.
     
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  10. captblaze
    I was hoping they would get it resolved before I pony up the $$$. I already have a reputable desktop DAC, but the streaming aspect (along with Burr Brown chips) has me thinking media room for this
     
  11. gordec
    I thought I figured out the problem. It's Windows Defender screwing with DSD playback. I turned off Private Network Firewall, it's been super smooth over the network bitstreaming native DSD. Just as I typed this reply, it started to stutter again. :frowning2:.

    I think it's a processor or network issue. This happens both with Audirvana+ and Jriver. I just can't figure it out so far.
     
    Last edited: Jan 26, 2019
  12. flyte3333
    Here you said PCM192kHz is ok?

    If so, then it's probably not the network.

    PCM192kHz requires slightly greater network bandwidth than DoP64 (which needs similar to ~PCM176kHz).

    So if PCM192kHz is ok then the network is probably not the cause of your DoP64 network playback issues.

    Are you running the beta v2.0 firmware?

    Have you tried rolling back to the very stable v1.6 firmware?
     
    Last edited: Jan 26, 2019
  13. gordec
    I think I finally figured it out with Jriver's DLNA. I need to run "PCM L24 no header". I was using "PCM 24bit" option. Apparently Pro iDSD doesn't play well with the latter option. I haven't had a single stutter in over 1 hour. Hopefully this keeps up.

    I'm on 1.6 stable. I haven't jumped to 2.0 beta.
     
  14. bluesaint
    what about audinirvana +?
     
  15. gordec
    A+ DLNA for Windows doesn't have all the options Driver has.
     
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