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  1. Hi guys, I have emailed Dan Leehr the developer and am awaiting a response, but in advance of that just wanted to let you know that what was stable under iOS 6 now plays FLAC files above 48/24 with white noise over the top of the music accompanied be sequential clicks. I am using an iPad 4 with retina display, Apple Camera Connection Kit and a HRT microStreamer. This post is in no way intended to be derogatory but simply to make you aware should you be contemplating upgrading to iOS 7. FLAC Player is a great app that I am hoping can be updated to play nicely with iOS 7 and files up to 96/24, as was possible under iOS 6. All the best, Mark
  2. Hi fellow audiophiles, I've been having trouble getting seamless gapless playback for my FLAC files, regardless of the player I use. With the sole exception of iTunes and Pure Music, every other software leaves detectable clicks between quick tracks transitions. The players I've sampled include Decibel, Audirvana +, and Fidelio, the latter (version 1.2.3) being my favorite. I've tweaked with all the settings with no changes. I'm also using OS X 10.6.8, with Centrance DACport. Googling the issue, it seems that few others experience the same thing. Could it be something inherently wrong with my hard drive? Any suggestion would be profoundly appreciated. Thanks!
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