POSTED ON November 20, 2022 10:36 pm
Denon Dj Asio Drivers Dn-hc4500
hi, have you got the asio4all settings set to any of the 2 options?. i have in the past just used the default asio4all settings.
i have a mc4000 and mc6000 as well as a cav mc7000. if i use asio4all settings with mc7000 then it performs just fine. if i use the same setting with mc4000 then it has the same crackling problem. if i use the asio4all setting for the mc6000 then it has no crackling problem. i believe this may be a problem with win 10. i may try removing the asio4all driver and using the asio4all settings.
do you think this would cure the problem. i have always used asio4all with win 8.1 and it performed just fine.
hi, thanks for the info, my own experience is similar to yours (except for the crackling issue).. i have been reading the threads and noticed that not everyone has the crackling problem so maybe its just me. i’ve tried to use the “ultralatency” setting and tried all settings from 1-24 (for example). the problem is that even if the setting is changed, the crackling will just immediately re-appear. the only settings that work are the 1-10 which gives me a latency that is almost 5 seconds. my experience was with the denon dn-d500 which is an older model. do you think it could be the same issue as the denon dn-d500? if so, i will contact denon for a replacement. i will post here the details of my experience if i get the chance.
my experience is very similar to yours. i’m also using windows 10 and had the same issue. i have tried with and without the ultralatency setting, also tried all the asio4all settings, but the crackling just rears its ugly head. i know that this is not an official solution, but have you noticed any difference in the sound quality using the dn-hc4500 with windows 10? also, does the sound quality sound as good as when the dn-d500 was used?
very good news, i am getting the same crackling. when i set the ultralatency to 0.5 it is slightly better, however not really acceptable. i am going to try and use the denon dn-d500 drivers and see if it performs. i have an mc7000 and an mc6000, both with the same crackling issue.
the issue i’m having is i can hear crackling sounds when i play music on vdj. it’s only with my denon dn-hc4500 and only with music. it doesn’t happen with my onkyo mpd-dx5 and my apple play 1. it’s as if my sound card is performing a lot of de-/encoding and it’s causing it. i’ve tried lowering the sample rate on vdj to 44.1khz with no luck. i’m trying to get rid of the crackles so i can use vdj. i tried using the latest drivers from denon. the sound on vdj is still crackling.
i’m having the same crackling problem as the previous poster. i’m using a macbook pro with a macbookpro 15″ retina display (2013) with el capitan 10.11.2 installed on it. i’m running vdj on windows 10 (up to date). i have a denon dn-hc4500 wired usb audio interface and i’m using the latest drivers from denon. i have tried lowering the sample rate to 44.1khz without success. i’ve tried to make sure the problem isn’t related to another program with a low latency setting by lowering the latency setting on vdj to 0. the problem still persists. i tried lowering the sample rate from 44.1khz to 24khz and still have the problem.
i am running into a problem with my denon dn-hc4500. i am using vdj pro 2.0 and when i start playing music it sounds ok for around 30 seconds or so then it starts crackling. i have tried everything i can think of to fix this problem and nothing has worked. i am using windows 10 home premium 64 bit and my audio is a cmedia cmi8728-mc7 connected via usb to my macbook pro 15″ (retina display) 2013. i have tried every driver for denon, osx, windows and nothing has worked. i have tried lowering the sample rate and nothing has worked. i have tried lowering the latency but nothing has worked. i’ve tried upgrading the firmware and nothing has worked. i even tried using vdj on another macbook pro that i have and have the same problem. my only thought is that the cmedia 8728-mc7 is in some way at fault and i have no idea how to go about fixing it. any help would be much appreciated. i am so close to giving up on this project.