フォーラム › TuneBrowser › Pop noise when making a DSD track change
2020-02-15 03:09 #7813
Hello everyone, I use the DAC https://www.tagaharmony.com/en/product/1166/da-300-v-3
With the drivers: SaviAudioBravoHDSwPkg_HsDriverASIOiAP_20170721_v3p0p0p4
The sound is fantastic, it recognizes me all the formats in DSD that are what I use, but I can’t eliminate the POP when making a song change, neither with BP1 nor BP2, what can I do?
Many thanks for the tremendous software, it is the best I have found after many years of testing. I live in Spain and more specifically in Andalusia, this software is not known here, it is a pity, because it is unsurpassed and magnificent. I have already compared the original version because I think it helps to improve the good development of the program. Thank you very much Tiki for making me happy listening to music.2020-02-15 12:42 #7815
Thank you for your kind comments on TuneBrowser.(^^)
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I understood “POP” means popup noise of sound (not popup window). If you are using RAMDecode to very large file, it will cause a little stop to load file between tracks.2020-02-16 06:10 #7836
Hi, I’m not using RAM decode, it only happens with DSD files, both from BP1 and BP2.
Greetings2020-02-16 10:25 #7851
Thank you for your respose.
BPx (BitPerfect) settings do not affect DSD format. These are for PCM only.
Sorry, but there is no confirmation point that I can come up with now…
P.S. I changed topic title for other users. Please understand.2020-02-17 03:03 #78762020-02-17 20:49 #7880
I found that there are two cases of “track change”.
- Case 1. While playing, select another song and play it by your operation.
- Case 2. Playback goes to end of song, then continue to next song automatically.
I was talking about case 2. Perhaps, you were talking about case 1. If it is, I think the solution you tried is appropriate for your device (It has no effect for case 2). Some devices are needed to wait a short time to switch internal mode.2020-02-18 00:27 #7883
Hello, if it’s only for case 1, case 2 has no problems.
Thank you very much for the guidance.
Regards2020-02-18 00:32 #7884
I would admit good advice for changing the DAC, which is not excessively expensive and that plays well with Tunebrowser …
Thanks again :·)2020-02-18 21:42 #7900
It’s great that you have tried parameter adjustments such as wait time. I wish you enjoy music with TuneBrowser (^^)
Thanks2020-02-19 04:33 #7902
IIt would also be useful to have a TuneBroswer option to enable/disable this .CUE file checking.2020-02-22 18:18 #7937
Are you talking about Andrew’s topic ?2020-02-24 01:45 #7948
Yes, I think it would be good to enable / disable .CUE2020-02-24 11:16 #7953
Thank you for your confirmation.
Then, I’d like to close this topic.
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