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Ibbeebee
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Apr 12, 2015
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Hi I have installed the trial but I'm unable to get it to work. I'm on windows 7 64 bit with a dragonfly Dac , foobar 2000 & Etymotic HF5's. But I don't hear any changes when I switch the software on. The driver seems to be installed & I'm getting the system tray icon. When I start the program I get a momentary driver icon on the task bar & can then access the presets from the icon. I have changed the default audio device to out of your head but still no go my sound is still straight dragonfly. Another issue if I exit the program I can't start it again without exiting Foobar. When the program is on I have 2 icons in the volume control The dragonfly & yours but the focus isn't going to the out of your head one
Apr 12, 2015
Darin_Fong_Audio
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Fong Audio
Apr 12, 2015
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Hi lbbeebee,
Thanks for downloading the trial.
I am not sure exactly what's going on, but it sounds like you have the Out Of Your Head Virtual Audio device set as your default playback device in the Windows Sound/Playback Control panel. Just in case, AFTER Out Of Your Head is launched, please check the Windows Default PLayback Device.
Then, in the Out Of Your Head Control Panel, on the right column, please make sure your Dragonfly is selected as the output device.
In Foobar, please make sure you have the output device set to the Out Of Your Head Virtual Audio device. (Or direct sound and use the Windows default playback device.)
Do you see any audio levels in the Out Of Your Head Control Panel indicators?
Basically make sure the audio path is as follows:
Foobar --> OOYH Virtual Audio Device --> Dragonfly --> headphones
Another note, to exit Out Of Your Head , you must select "Exit" from the menu by irght clicking on the OOYH system tray icon. Simply closing the Out Of Your Head Control Panel will not quit Out Of Your Head. Out Of Your Head will continue running in the background until you exit it from the system tray icon.
Let me know if none of the above fixes your audio problem.
Thanks, -Darin
Apr 12, 2015
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