Marco Manunta reports: “I’d like to share with you this e-mail from a user from USA who owns both Joplin and Young and uses them to rip and reproduce vinyl”.
“Marco, after three months of using M2Tech The Young and The Joplin, I thought I would let you know how I operate your products. Today I recorded a Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab recording of Santana’s first album. I bought my first copy in the winter of 1970. I recorded it at 384 kHz/24-bit in Samplitude.
I then moved it to my NAS server where I linked the individual tracks in a program called Music Collector. Music Collector is the database that contains a listing of much of my music. I have enclosed a screen shot of what Music Collector looks like when I selected the MSFL vinyl version of Santana.
1. The white triangles are where you can click to get either the whole album (top where I labeled START) or individual tracks on the left to play in JRiver. The next screen shot is of JRiver Media Center. I use WASAPI – Event Style. Regular WASAPI does not work for me at all. Kernal Streaming works but it has buffering issues which causes it to stop and then restart. The techs at JRiver said to output at the highest bit rate that your DAC can handle so I set JRiver to 32-bit and I think it does make a big difference to play back any music to The Young at 32-bits.”