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  1. Hi, I seem to be having trouble working with a Regen (amber) on the following; Win8.1 PC, Foobar 2000 ASIO, standard (but decent) USB lead, Regen, solid adaptor, Amanero, DIY 9022 based DAC. It initially worked although the sound was odd (strange blurring and lost bass) until the signal started breaking up completely after 30 mins or so. Resetting the PC, Amanero and DAC do not change this but removing the Regen from circuit returns all to normal. I have tried the process of Regen first and checking for recognised hub followed by connectiing AM&DAC and checking for recognised sound device. All of this happens correctly. However, the sound still breaks up after anything between a few moments to 30 odd minutes. Any ideas? Thanks.