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About mwheelerk

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Audio System
Music Server(s):
2010 Mac Mini
Music Server Operating System:
Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite)
Preferred Digital Interface(s):
USB, FireWire
Remote Control(s):
iPad
Remote Control Apps:
Apple Remote, Screens VNC
JRemote
Miscellaneous:
iTunes
Audivrana Plus or
JRiver Media Center For Mac 20
About Me
Location:
Phoenix
Occupation:
Sales

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MacBook Pro OS X 10.11.2 with (2) Lacie d2 Thunderbolt 3TB HDD > iTunes 12.3.1.23, Audirvana 2.2.5 (though I barely open it any more), JRiver Media Center For Mac 21.0.25, Sonos 6.0

dbPoweramp for Mac for ripping or XLD and for transcoding

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Audio System
Music Server(s):
2010 Mac Mini
Music Server Operating System:
Mac OS X 10.10 (Yosemite)
Preferred Digital Interface(s):
USB, FireWire
Remote Control(s):
iPad
Remote Control Apps:
Apple Remote, Screens VNC
JRemote
Miscellaneous:
iTunes
Audivrana Plus or
JRiver Media Center For Mac 20
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Audiophile help on a mac mini

by mwheelerk on 01-29-2014 at 09:45 PM
Quote Originally Posted by mayhem13 View Post
There's really only one way to do what you suggest and that's to feed the TV with your HDMI out of your Mac mini and the TV in turn will send a digital signal to the sound bar via the optical connection. This way, in effect the TV becomes your source switch.

There's no value in adding an external DAC to your current setup. Relax, sit back and enjoy some very convenient Flac streaming! I'm a streaming maniac with now every room having audio available......even the master bath with a

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