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In Reply to: RE: Exasound e38 DAC - I'm not a happy camper posted by Chris from Lafayette on May 17, 2017 at 17:45:10
What about ASIO doesn't work?
What are the symptoms?
I remember having to choose it in a drop-down menu,
in the upper right side of the computer screen.
One is on the exaSound drop-down menu, and the other is on the HQ Player preferences. I've got them both selected and it's just not working so far - it (HQ Player) either crashes or doesn't play at all. I'll have some more time for experimentation today. I did get an e-mail back from George in support with some suggestions to try.
Thanks for the advice in any case.
I do not know what that is. You install the ASIO driver and it is installed. The only options are display and uninstall.
On my computer, once it is installed, I can see it listed in Roon, in HQPlayer, in MUSO and in JRiver.
On the Mac, once you've done the initial exaSound SW installation (which involves a re-start of the Mac), there's an exaSound drop-down menu that appears (up near the upper right-hand corner of the screen) which gives you your choice of various parameters, e.g., Core Audio (part of the Mac OS) or ASIO (licensed from Steinberg Technologies). Then in the HQ Player preferences, you have the same choices Core Audio vs. ASIO (if an ASIO driver has been installed - which it is via the exaSound SW installation) - so if you've selected ASIO on the exaSound drop-down menu, you have to make sure that ASIO is also selected in the HQ Player preferences. The only way I'll be able to play music via ASIO is with HQ Player, since Audirvana+ and iTunes don't support ASIO (at least on the Mac), and I don't use any of the other products you mention.
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