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So it's officially the end of the week any news on the W10 driver or what?
I'm still being patient but this is beginning to take awhile and other users are stating the second drop units are shipping out, it would be nice If everything was good and ready at least for them because that is the second drop of this product it definitely should be working if it has dropped twice.
People won't be pleased at all.
Yep, the Windows 10 driver has taken us a little longer than we thought. Microsoft really wrecked audio with this latest release. You know that ASIO apps do work, such as JRover and Foobar. Our programmers are likely the best in the world, so I'm confident we will get this resolved. Thanks for your patience.
I don't have an issue with it not working on W10 the issue is it freezing my computer so no matter the app I use my computer will just lock up; which is why I am having to wait and be patient to even be able to use the DAC I also went ahead and purchased the Tidal HiFi subscription so I am ready to get to listening to lossless but can't really.
Have you emailed us? Please do and we will try to help on Monday.
Step 1: Don't set CEntrance USB Audio to default audio.
Step 2: Set your music player to output to CEntrance UD ASIO
No crashing, Windows 10. Setting CEntrance USB Audio to default will result in crashing for me.
Ah but sadly If I do this even If I install foobar or whichever (I've used foobar before so I am familiar with it) I don't have any locally stored music on this machine I was mainly going to be using my Tidal HiFi to get the most of my DACport because locally stored high quality music would take up to much space and I don't digitally buy a lot of music I mainly stream or YouTube which is why I just went ahead with the Tidal HiFi.
Would there be a way that work around could work with Tidal?