License Details & Mavericks

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Axiom05
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License Details & Mavericks

Post by Axiom05 » Sun Oct 13, 2013 6:24 pm

I am using Decibel under the trial period and I am quite impressed. I have a few more hours left but I am definitely leaning towards buying a license. Very nice program. I have two questions: 1) Does the license permit using Decibel on more than one computer? 2) Do you have any information on how Decibel works under OSX Mavericks? I just saw a posting on Computer Audiophile that Decibel works in Integer Mode under Mavericks, is this true? Thanks.

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Re: License Details & Mavericks

Post by gbroagfran » Fri Oct 25, 2013 9:29 pm

Decibel seems to be working fine with Mavericks.

BTW, Mavericks was a dog. The guy who "discovered" the surf spot named it after his dog. Therefore, there should be an apostrophe in Maverick(')s

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Re: License Details & Mavericks

Post by sbooth » Sat Oct 26, 2013 2:47 am

You may use Decibel on your personal computers with the same license.

I've been to Mavericks near Half Moon Bay. I never was brave enough to surf it!

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Re: License Details & Mavericks

Post by Axiom05 » Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:16 pm

gbroagfran wrote:Decibel seems to be working fine with Mavericks.
Are you using integer mode with your DAC? Does it sound different?

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Re: License Details & Mavericks

Post by gbroagfran » Mon Oct 28, 2013 6:11 pm

I don't know if I am using integer mode or not, I have asynchronous USB DACs in my main system and a USB/SPDIF connector in my car and garage systems. You should get the engineer to clarify how to use this mode, I thought it was always in effect.

I haven't surfed Mavericks either, but I surfed some x-lg O.B. and Montara. These days, mostly Sewer Peak.

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