I’m enjoying the 1.6 update, particularly the Qobuz integration – 24-bit streams from Qobuz are providing the best sound quality I have ever had in my listening room.
Alack, when listening to Qobuz hi-res streams (I am in the US beta) I occasionally get a loud, startling GLITCH sound (which is proportional to my DAC’s volume setting at the moment) about 5 seconds after stopping playback. The glitch can also rear its head when switching tracks in mid-stream, for example when trying to A/B/A a Tidal track with a Qobuz for comparison.
Roon runs on a SonicTransporter i5 via ethernet into the Bridge II of a PS Audio DSD Sr.
The most recent PS Audio Bridge 2 firmware has a glitch which makes buzzes/ loud pops when the tracks complete. I had similar issues with my DSJ and had to roll back to the prior Bridge 2 firmware… JeremyBe at PS Audio can help you with the rollback. That was the best solution for me until the firmware is fixed. You can surf the PS Audio chat boards and find quite a bit of discussion on this.
PS Audio introduced a bug in their recent firmware update causing this behavior to occur. As far as we are aware, their fix at the current moment is to roll back the Network Bridge II firmware to the previous version. You can read more about the issue here