Originally Posted by soundmodel
The output could have less noise (can be hearable with headphones), the output could sound broader (particularly the extreme highs and extreme lows can be perceived to have more detail) and you could be able to get lower latencies without "crackle" noise occuring.
Yep, with headphones is sounds super clear sound. However my Yamaha HS80m monitors do have a ground loop problem (since forever).
I do solve groundloop on monitors with [Only registered and activated users can see links. Click here to register]
that removes of groundloop, but I would also presume I lose on sound quality there.
Also, I talked in this thread about my PC not being able to run a lot of instruments/vst's at once. It had nothing to do with buffering and latency. I found out problem is these daw's run on 1 core, even tho you do chose somewhere in options multithread blabla, but ctrl+alt+delete, Open resource monitor tab shows 1 of my 8 cores is in 100% use, which bottlenecks the rest. I did unpark rest of the cores and did everything to enable them, but daw's run mainly on 1 core, others are in like 10% use.
Hey, at least I have knobs now right in my reach