CAMBRIDGE AUDIO DACMAGIC WINDOWS 7 DRIVER
Tell us about your experience with our site. Thanks for marking this as the answer. I have the same question 7. It says that it works using USB 1. Please create a support request there. This site in other languages x.
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USB DAC doesn’t stay connected after reboot (Cambridge Audio DacMagic) | Steve Hoffman Music Forums
RolltideJun 14, Do you already have an account? Please create a support request there. Thanks for marking this as the answer.
This thread is locked. Brenda Woollard Replied on December 5, You were in touch with Cambridge Audio, but just to be sure, do the USB drivers on their website not apply to your device?
Cambridge Audio DACMagic Plus – No 24/k
The result of this work is the new v3. Especially as you seem to be using it in a permanent vs.
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The manual states that no specific driver software is needed and that it should appear as a selectable sudio for sound output but it doesn’t.
Your name or email address: There are two drivers listed. I have the same question 7. Steve Hoffman Music Forums. Yes, that’s what I think. I don’t know how economical that is on your side of the pond, but its an incredible bang for the buck for the Yanqui. This site in other languages x. Really, for this particular matter of detecting the device the DAC isn’t any different from a USB keyboard or mouse, which of course nobody would ever put up with re-plugging on reboot.
Sorry this didn’t help. It is the DacMagic XS. Did this solve your problem?
USB audio device not selectable in Windows 10
By your mention of a 3. Hi Ben, Below is a link to the Cambridge support website. BenVernon Created on December 4, Not considering an upgrade just yet, most of my money goes on vinyl, and any money going out now would be going towards some new speakers. My reply from their support was that they where going away to redevelop the driver for Windows 8 and I contacted CA Support last year about their Windows 7 driver that did the same, and when I bought a new laptop with Windows 10, the same thing happens.
In reply to BenVernon’s post on December 4, Thanks Brenda, I’ve been in touch with Cambridge Audio but they’ve not managed to suggest anything other than it could be an issue with Windows I can get sound to work using the 3. Discussion in ‘ Audio Cambridg ‘ started by englishbobJun 14, I set everything up how CA suggest you do make it the default “speaker” in Windows Sound Control Panel app and its dacmatic latest drivers and firmware.