On my server PC (with Windows 10) I have two Ethernet cards, one of which dedicated only to the connection with the audio PC (where there is Windows Server 2016 with Audiophile Optimizer), for use with Jplay.
I followed the Damien's advice on the Audirvana forum (i.e. to temporarily disable the dedicated card and then reactivate it after starting Audirvana) and I managed to use Jplay Femto with Audirvana.
The problem however is that I can't play music in DSD format, neither by activating the fixed upsampling to DSD (both 128 and 256) nor by completely disabling the upsampling; in this second case I can reproduce only the PCM files.
My DAC is a T + a DAC 8 DSD, and due to the limitations of the Amanero driver (as explained in the Jplay manual), I can only set the values of DAC Link at 20 or 45 Hz in Jplay settings.
I tried both with KS and with ASIO, but without success. The Clock is set to 0, 5ms.
Instead with Upplay (or mconnect) and Jplay Femto, I can play native files in dsd128, for example.
Has anyone managed to use Audirvana+ for Windows with Jplay Femto in a dual PC system by setting upsampling in DSD?
regards, Pompeo ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Control PC: Win 10 Pro 64bit, Intel Core i7-3770K, GYGABYTE Z77X-UP7 Motherboard, Corsair Vengeance Low Profile 16GB ram, SSD Samsung 840 Pro 256GB + Western Digital Caviar Green 4 TB. Audio PC: Gygabyte 2807 with AO. Dac North Star Design Supremo