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nanoAVR now shipping! 4 years 10 months ago #15996

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This is my actual reading. I am very far from anything to be proud, I know... but I have no idea of improving more than that. Actually it sounds much better than without nanoAVR so I´ve done something well.


Here is the same reading without surrounds. I have raised 5dB central speaker, because I like it that way. Otherwise conversations are too mixed with other sounds.

Thank you all for your work in nanoAVR. Is a great product!
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nanoAVR now shipping! 4 years 10 months ago #16007

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Ok. I reply to myself. My mistake.
I was understanding I had installed firmware 1.5, but it had to be named firmware 1.05....
Just installed firmware 1.12 and it is working perfectly under 24Hz. THANK YOU!!!!

Now, it will be perfect for me if you make possible to update firmware from mac someday. ;)

One last thing: When I update firmware from pc (I usually work from a mac), it opens a window with "synchronize", "restore", ....
With the synchronize option it loses nanoAVRs data. It seems it works like one-direction-only synchronization, from pc to nanoAVR. Am I right?
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nanoAVR now shipping! 4 years 10 months ago #16008

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Wonderful news to hear that the fix worked on your side... :-)
Keep us updated on your progress with tuning your setup.. we can see that indeed it's been doing some great improvement!

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