As I understand, replayGain is an audio volume feature that is part of audio settings that belong to individual tracks, be it as track setting or album setting. It is part of tags, and let a user play albums or tracks with or without these settings. It’s true that the volume output depends on it, but it still track related, so it seems to me that is more a feature of the library than of the output devices. Again, too much hassle to access it.
Secondly, yes the receiver switches all the time from one source to another. I like playing cd’s and vinyl as well :). I guessed that Audirvana+ would list it whenever the device was detected, and kept it in a library, and just checked the availability when it would be used for play through. Detected devices could be marked in a different way than undetected. It would be really stupid to have to wait for a long period to analyze hundreds of tracks… So I always go via “built-in output”. additionally I overlooked the “select all” feature, because of it not being presented as a knob. Also in addition, a deselect button would be much appreciated.
Btw, how can I see if and which replayGain feature is active? Or does it always play the replayGain settings that were chosen? I thought and hoped that track tags were updated…
Thanks for the fast response!
Kind regards, Luc