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Old 2nd June 2018, 02:38 PM   #2411
1audio is offline 1audio  United States
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Open-source USB interface: Audio Widget
Yes but not through iTunes. In iOS land unfortunately iTunes seems to be required for most users. When going around iTunes lots of options are possible.

The latest LGs native player supports 192 and pops up a little hd logo when playing high res. No current experience with Samsung or other Androids.
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Old 18th July 2018, 08:26 PM   #2412
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Hello Board,

I have recently bought a HenryAudio MkIII (thanks, Borge, I am pretty impressed by the little box and have yet to switch back and forth between my old DAC and Henry, but I like it very much) and have experienced severe playback issues with some of my FLAC files (96k/24b).

To be precise, all files above 44100Hz were played, but heavily distorted on a Win10->Foobar2000->WASAPI->UAC2 setup.

After trying different files and the same files on different players (VLC with Windows multimedia device output, which is supposedly WASAPI?) i remembered, that there was some difference between WASAPI event and push.

I got the tip to rather use "event", but after trying "push" I found that every single file played perfectly nice now.

Maybe this is a known issue with the board, but it could also be my system or (most likely?) the WASAPI-plugin of Foobar.

If anybody has an idea what the reason for this behavior is, or wants me to try something out, I would be glad to be enlightened or even to help.

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Old 16th September 2018, 11:32 AM   #2413
philcrack23 is offline philcrack23
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I also received the Henry Mk 3 last week and am very satisfied. Also use only event because I mean it is because:

Push is a one-way connection only affects the buffer with older devices, Event a double-sided connection for bilateral data flow.
The DAC can also send and read informations with the plugin and request them when needed.
The Henry Audio DAC is the best investment one can make here. Use Foobar2000 WASAPI Event and streaming Qobuz WASAPI exclusive. Actually the same as event.

Many greetings Phil

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