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Nad d 1050 usb dropout

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2 minutes ago, gasolin said:

OK, so in this case 'the video' is the one showing the guy in the pink shirt and white bow tie :)

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Super Wammer

Nothing like an expert but the constant switching off then connecting again sounds like the usb management settings on the pc. Many of todays machines have management firmware or software that puts peripherals into standby after a defined time to reduce power usage . You may need to find out if your pc does this then change the parameters or even switch it off if possible and this should keep power to your usb sockets and keep the DAC connection on .

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10 minutes ago, bencat said:

Nothing like an expert but the constant switching off then connecting again sounds like the usb management settings on the pc. Many of todays machines have management firmware or software that puts peripherals into standby after a defined time to reduce power usage . You may need to find out if your pc does this then change the parameters or even switch it off if possible and this should keep power to your usb sockets and keep the DAC connection on .

Try reading this link https://www.head-fi.org/threads/nad-d1050-dac-usb-dropouts.766518/

I bought it used and usb might not work as flawless as toslink/optical and coaxial

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2 minutes ago, gasolin said:

Try reding the this link https://www.head-fi.org/threads/nad-d1050-dac-usb-dropouts.766518/

I bought it used and usb might not work as flwaless as toslink/optical and coaxial

If USB is causing you problems, why not just use toslink or coaxial?

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Who say i don't use optical.

Usb just have an advantage,  asynchronous mode USB, the DAC can set the cadence using a high-performance clock and force the source, in this case a computer or streamer, to follow it.

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