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Progress Report on exaSound e38 DAC - I'm a happy camper now

I'd like to thank George, the support person at exaSound for helping me to work through all the initial problems I had with certain aspects of playback with the exaSound e38 multichannel DAC when I first got it about a month and a half ago. I was no doubt somewhat hot-headed in my initial whiney post about what has turned out to be a very wonderful upgrade to my system. I'd also like to thank everyone here who had suggestions as to how to proceed with some of the initial problems I encountered - I really appreciate it. As George said, setting up a multi-channel system adds a layer of complexity to a normal set-up, and, when something doesn't work as expected, a lot more possible culprits have to be checked out! ;-)

So. . . just an update on a couple of the original problems I had in the set up:Despite the problems I originally had with HQ Player, I've found myself using it almost exclusively in the past few weeks (along with the ASIO driver), although Audirvana (used with Core Audio - it does not support ASIO - at least as of this time) continues to sound excellent. So it was a bit of a rocky road, but I feel that I've finally reached a new level of satisfaction with my system, now that the exaSound e38 is part of it!

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Topic - Progress Report on exaSound e38 DAC - I'm a happy camper now - Chris from Lafayette 17:50:54 07/05/17 (10)


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