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  1. Hi everyone, my setup is as follows: 2006 MacbookPro with 2Gbytes RAM -> a Mytek 192 DSD connected via Firewire -> Volume bypassed to a Musical Fidelity A5 amp -> Totem Forest loudspeakers. With Audirvana+ 1.5.2 (paid version, no trial) i can't play any DSD file (64 or 128) without hearing an enormous amount of white noise which makes music unlistenable. Audirvana+ 1.5.1 was the same. Tried all possible DSD settings in audirvana, and also tried with USB 2.0 instead of Firewire. Same mess. Audirvana support is unresponsive. I am trying playing .DSF files and .ISO SACD as well. I can't get Pure Music (trial version) to play any DSD file. I also tried KORG audiogate and it works..but it appears to convert DSD to PCM real time as the DAC does not switch to "DSD".
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