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  1. Hello, Need some advice from some ASIO/WASAPI guru:) Just recently I have bought Musical Fidelity M1 DAC. It is connected to my laptop (Win 7) with Wireworld Ultraviolet USB 2m. As a speakers I am using Yamaha HS8 active studio monitor speakers. I am playing ONLY Flac or CD (Foobar 2000 v 1.2.9), must say this DAC is just awesome. But there is one small problem, when ASIO is in use during the playback and when I press the button to switch to another song from my playlist, there is a strange sound, like crackle. I disabled ethernet, wireless drivers also only 2 USB inputs are in use (1-mouse, 2 - USB to DAC), but no difference. But it happened occasionally, not every time. When I use just M1 DAC output (Foobar) without ASIO, there is no crackles at all. No big deal I assume, but it is annoying. ---------------- Windows 7, updated with all latest USB, wireless, ethernet etc. drivers. ASIO driver version - 2.11 beta2 ASIO plugin for Foobar. ASIO setup: ASIO Buffer size - 512 (tried smaller and max, no difference) Latency comp. - 0 WaveRT - unchecked Buffer size - 4ms Always resample 44.1khz <->48khz - unchecked Force WDM dr to 16bit - unchecked If somebody could give me a good advice, I would appreciate. Thank you.
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