So I did some trial and error and investigation about how a linux computer should be set up and found that TT3.0 was trying to achieve the lowest latency possible. I took the view that the lowest latency is not relevant to the Touch (for me) and the TT3.0 settings were introducing noise to the process. My settings therefore concentrate on lower noise and produce a smoother sound, they also work with the EDO mods which people initially identified as harsh sounding. As far as I know RGRO, Magiccarpetride and Guidof use the settings to some good effect.
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2012-06-26, 04:34 #21
Touch optimisations http://touchsgotrythm.blogspot.co.uk/
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2012-06-26, 10:13 #22
The settings for that are the settings it comes with from Logitech.
That way I had to admit that the smoothest and most appealing sound came from the factory settings.
If both the EDO and TT3.0 sound hars, then go back to factory settings.
That worked for me.
RegardsSBT | Teddy Pardo TTouch | Rega DAC | Audionet SAM V2 | Vienna Acoustics Mozart Grand Symphony Edition |
2012-06-26, 12:06 #23
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2012-06-26, 15:30 #24