It has become clear to me that the best sound, if the entire system is optimized, is through Wi-Fi control.
Thank you for offering me the beta version of the JPLAY app for iOS. Unfortunately I still don’t have any iOS device, nor any kind of remote control, that's why I asked you, to buy the right device. I am waiting for a good offer to buy an iPad. When I have it, I'll let you know to see if your offer still stands.
About the ipad that I want to buy, I have a question. Do I have enough with 64GB of storage for JPLAY iOS, and whatever else is needed to play?
I also want to ask you about some problems I have with my single PC.
I recently lowered the latency to 1ms and the buffer to 64 on the Marantz asio usb driver, which allowed me to set 1000Hz in JPLAY, with good results. Since then, when I start playing a track, I feel a click. I found it to occur, because the operating system, automatically changed the power plan from balancing (where I had it), to high performance. As a temporary solution, I left it permanently in high performance, and avoid the click. I do not know if I have done well, because I have read in the forum, that for the best sound quality, it is better to deactivate the turbo and high performance modes. Then, I realized another problem. I reproduce directly on my single PC, having configured the screen shutdown in Windows in 1 minute. When I activate it with the mouse or keyboard, the sound decreases in volume momentarily and then increases again. As a solution I have the screen always on, or I turn it off and on manually. Are these problems normal in 1ms and buffer 64? Before, with latency at 16ms and buffer at 8192, I had none. Is there another way to fix them? Is the sound quality affected by being permanently on high performance? I don't know if all this would be avoided by updating the motherboard BIOS (Supermicro MBD-X11SCL-F-O), which is also the yours. I say this, because in said bios, it is only allowed to change the power plan of the processor, but not to manually adjust the voltage with precision. In this way, said voltage is "dancing" something, which may cause the problems that I have mentioned. Have you updated the bios? Regardless of this problem, does the bios have to be updated?
Thanks Marcin for everything.