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  1. Hello, I was curious if anyone had experience with the Ayre QB-9 24/96 model and finding a unshared USB port. Or, if this is even necessary/possible with the 24/96 version. In the set up instructions on the ayre website: https://www.ayre.com/usb-dac-apple.htm There is a technique of trail and error until the QB-9 is the only device listed under the "USB High Speed Bus" in the USB tree in system information. I have 4 usb slots on my iMac and tried switching around my usb devices until it looks like the image on the set up instruction with no luck. Is this because it's the 24/96 version and the high speed bus is only used for higher bitrates? I previously had a minimax plus and got that to be unshared high speed USB with the same machine. Please advise. Thank you!
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