I am getting this loud pop when changing songs in my setup(not every time). I have never had these issues before.
The signal stack is Windows 11 Home desktop(Dell XPS 8930: Processor Intel(R) Core™ i7-8700 CPU @ 3.20GHz, 3192 Mhz, 6 Core(s), 12 Logical Processor(s), Installed Physical Memory (RAM) 48.0 GB) running Roon Core,
Networking Gear & Setup Details
Bluesound Node 2i(set as sound zone in my desktop roon software and connecting over wireless over a Orbi mesh router),
Connected Audio Devices
Bluesound Node 2i(set as sound zone in my desktop roon software and connecting over wireless), Ayre Codex DAC, VAC Sigma 170 IQ Integrated, Harbeth 30.2 XD bookshelf speaker and Rel T7i sub.
Number of Tracks in Library
Description of Issue
Before subscribing to Roon, I use to run the Bluesound desktop app(and I still do at times), to the same stack…no pops, no issues. No DSP in place inside Roon…I would appreciate some help on this.
No problem, what else am I supposed to do on a very wet day in Wales when I have my music and dogs for company
Fingers crossed this helps, you might want to post a signal path screen shot, if it happens.
Go back to the last song as well and do the same, hopefully it will give us some information that might be useful.
Thanks for this tip. I wasn’t aware of this sampling rate change “playback delay” feature.
My Motu Mk5 Uralite takes about 4 secs between sampling rate changes to play music, I would always miss the start of songs. Perfect fix! without upsampling everything to a fixed sample rate. Cheers.
I set sample rate to 48K and max bits per sample to 16. Also set the resync delay to 2000ms…have not heard the pop as yet…but will keep you guys posted…I’ve not got a chance to do extended listening. Thanks to all of you who responded…