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#1 rick H W

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Posted 06 November 2010 - 01:09 PM

Objective: Hi-Def audio from notebooks via external USB DAC (Win7-iTunes) -- free from all micro drop-outs heard as light crunching sounds.

Obstacle: ACPI.sys is being a hog, according to LatencyMon (Resplendence.com)

Oh, yea, this is supposed to be an intro. Well, that music problem is my major thorn presently. But, 51yo having started with computers back in 1980.

Windows 7 home premium 32 and 64 bit (5 licenses)
Ubuntu 10.10
Emacs (Linux and NT)

Meier-Audio Swing amp, iBasso Anaconda D12, Nuforce UDAC2, Practical Devices XM5, Behringer Mini FBQ and Mini Amp, Westone ES3X, Acer-Core i3, Acer-Atom N550

Edited by rick H W, 06 November 2010 - 01:19 PM.

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Posted 07 November 2010 - 03:53 PM

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