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A long time ago, I quit upgrading Audirvana, as subsequent versions sounded worse to me. So I went back to 1.5.10. But time went by, and I never tried any 2 or 3 versions. It wasn't broken, so I never tried to fix it (after experimenting with Audirvana 1.5.12, etc.). I left my software at OSX, ver. 10.8 - Mountain Lion. Still use my substantially stripped down MBP Retina only for listening, RoomPlay voicing and for RoomPlay Reference sessions here. Most visitors think I am I using some HiRez files, but they are standard 16/44.1. I do not want to get better sound at the risk of reliability. This combo has always worked flawlessly for me. However, it's probably way past time that I looked at later - and supposedly better - options. Is there a combo level of OSX & Audirvana that has proven - without a doubt - to deliver even better sound, without software problems? I realize that this is a broad - and dated - question. If any have been down this path successfully, I would greatly appreciate suggestions. Best, Jim Smith
Hi everyone, I'm new both in this forum and in the audiophile world. I've a problem whit the optical output on my iMac. I bought a Dac (a Beresford Bushmaster Dac) and I connected it via toslink to my iMac with Mountain Lion Osx, now the problem: when i try to play files until 48kHz it's all ok, but when i try to play some file at 88kHz or 96 or higher the sound is distorted... or better it's not sound coming out but it seems like scratches ("scrrrr"). If i plug the toslink cable to my macbook pro with Lion all works correctly... Can someone help me i don't want to change the Dac (or the Osx...). Thanks all in advance and sorry for my bad bad english. Riccardo.