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Hello - I just recently found this site and I'm hoping someone has an idea to help me get my newly purchased (2nd hand) Metrum Octave II DAC up and running with my iMac. Currently, I'm getting a flashing blue light over the USB input when connected to my iMac (OS X Yosemite 10.10.5). The manual says that no USB signal is coming from the source if the light is blinking. However, the device does appear as M2Tech HiFace in my audio output device options. I have powered off both the iMac and Octave a few times hoping a reset would work, but so far it has not. I've read about some connectivity issues with Metrum USB inputs, and I'm hoping someone else has worked through this issue already. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. I have sent an email to Metrum, but it's the weekend, and I would like to see if I can get this going before Monday. Thanks in advance! Michael
Hi! I just recently upgraded to the latest version of Audirvana. I don´t know what happend, erlier it was just to start everything up and start playing. Now I have to select the Young Dac in the Output pane of Sound preferences on the Mac then I have to go into Audio system settings in Audirvana and change the Preferred Audio device every time. Audirvana seems to revert to Built-in-speakers all the time. This did not happen before. How can I prevent this from happening? Cheers! /Magnus
jameslrock posted a topic in DAC - Digital to Analog ConversionSince I upgraded my OS X to Yosemite 10.10 on the MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012 with 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7, 16GB 1600 MHz DDR3) laptop, I now have garbled and slow playback with static sound when playing files through USB to my Esoteric K-03. I deleted the Esoteric high speed USB driver, re-booted, and re-installed the driver. I still get the same staticky, slow, garbled playback within a couple of seconds. This occurs with Audirvana Plus 2 and using the Esoteric HR Audio Player and also through Spotify. This did not occur before upgrading to Yosemite. Suggestions? Thanks, Jim
Well it seems Yosemite has broken the functionality of the working Mavericks hiFace driver. I'm not holding much faith in M2Tech developing a new driver so it's up to our ..erm maverick coders to help out once again. panickingas please step-up..