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Hello, I have a MA8000 and I am trying to use J River to play music through my computer. I am connected to the amp with the proper USB cable and I have installed the McIntosh USB driver. I configured the settings exactly as specified on the McIntosh website. However, when attempting playback I only get five minutes through a song before audio stops and a message pops up, "ASIO Driver stopped unexpectedly." Much of the time I don't even get 30 seconds before the "ASIO Driver stopped unexpectedly". Sometimes when I connect the amp to the computer and turn them both on, they will connect and disconnect rapidly. If anyone can offer advice, let alone a solution, I'd be eternally grateful. Thank you. - Max
In the past I have been able to convert entire albums to MP3 files so that I could load them onto a Sandisk MP3 Player. but when I did this, all of the albums ended up with each song duplicated;..one song as WAV and also as MP3. I just created an playlist (300+ songs) from multiple albums. I want to convert the entire playlist to MP3 files so that I can load them on to another MP3 Player. As a test, I did convert 1 song from the playlist to MP3 and the process appeared to happen sucessfully; but when I view the file type of that song within the playlist, it still shows up as a WAV file. So my question is; Can I convert the entire playlist (from playlist) to MP3 and have it as a new MP3 playlist? Any insight is apprectiated!
I have for some time been using a PC with Media center and Foobar 2000 as my source for audio. Recently I acquired a Mac and tested a number of software programs. During this process I became quite intrigued with finding an objective way of determining if there was any differences in the audio generated by these players or if the perceived differences were more placebo effects. I designed a test to make this as objective as possible and found there to be quite noticeable differences. There are quite a few charts involved that cannot be included in this forum but the results can be seen on a blog I created to research this subject further.Visit Audioignite high end audio blog for details. I am very interested in hearing if others have conducted similar tests.