I did experiment with the power modes and this happens when the CPU clocks down. I could never get this to work with the drivers from Chord. Hi, I contacted support and they send me a package which installs “1. Antivirus software might even behave that way with two different builds of MC. The stream goes through untouched.
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Thanks for the reply. Sign up using Email and Password. Have you tried loading tracks into memory? I will try whether the changes to mediate some of the perf impact in the upcoming Windows release gets this back to work. Thanks for the update.
Are you, by chance, using the DSD Encoding option in dsp studio? I don’t work for JRiver Something is not quite right? The machine I am using is a high powered 4 core laptop in balanced power mode.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Hope Chord can help. Use the current version of MC, since there were issues with this feature that were recently fixed.
Antivirus software might even behave that way with two different builds of MC. The only other suggestion is to check in Audio Path and make sure no changes are being made, but you may have done that already.
And those are two different sets of files. Bitstreaming should bypass it, but it is something to also look at. Any other suggestions as to what I could try? In balanced power mode I am still getting the crackling.
I help keep the forums safe from Viagra and other sources of sketchy pharmaceuticals. Forum Getting Started Purchase. Could be a W10 issue with the new patches. Fair point on the antivirus but in this case I think DTC probably identified the issue?
DSD over ASIO on Hugo 2
I upgraded the CPU priority of the JRiver process to High and that makes it better but it is still not completely gone. I recently bought a Hugo 2 and I need some help to get that to work stable.
Not sure if it is Hugo versus Hugo 2 issue or a driver version issue. I did experiment with the power modes and this happens when the CPU clocks down.
Configuring Foobar for ASIO DSD / DXD Playback with exaSound DACs. > exaSound Audio Design
The stuttering you hear sounds like a CPU issue, especially if you hear it with 2x and 4x, but not 1x. I am following up on that and will report back. Please login or register. It works stable without any problems.
Those are the colors on my Hugo. Sounds like it’s not large enough. Have there been any changes to the ASIO code lately?