Originally Posted by audioguy
I hear your dissatisfction. It all depends on perspective and past experience. I am incredibly impressed that the improvements/fixes continue to come, regardless of the time between them. I was a Datasat owner previously, and the Trinnov update frequency surpasses it. And before that, I had other chip based processors. Would less time between updates be better? I guess, but I'm not the least bit dissatisfied. Trinnov at least, has a process where user input can be evaluated and eventually put into the system if it makes sense to do so. I'm not aware of any other audio processor company that listens like Trinnov (on the video side, Lumagen does listen to user input as well).
Not dissatisfied at all. I don’t currently have any problems with my Altitude. Although I do think most would like to see more frequent releases.
Trinnov does a very good job at identifying and providing small patches to certain machines that not everyone is aware of but more people would benefit if they knew the patch was available. I certainly think that could be handled better with more frequent releases or patch rollouts.
My understanding is that the next major release will allow certain owners to apply the update themselves. Certainly looking forward to that since we will be less reliant on the mothership to perform our updates which in turn might in fact help Trinnov to provide the updates more frequently.
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Trinnov Altitude 32, LCR JBL M2, JBL LSR 708i, 705i, Q-SYS Core 110f, Amps- QSC CXD4.2Q, 4.3Q, 4.5Q
Kaleidescape Strato, Zapitti 4K HDR Duo, Xbox One X, 8TB Tivo Roamio Pro,
JVC RS600 + ISCO IIIL, 158" 2.40:1 AT screen, Calman 5 Enthusiast, i1 Pro 2, i1 Display Pro, Spyder 5, 3D LUT Box
Oppo UDP-203, BDP-105, Onkyo DAC-1000s, Onkyo DP-X1 DAP, QNAP TVS-871
Last edited by kingwiggi; 06-03-2019 at 11:05 AM.