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    John, Sounds good but what does it mean...more...

    John, Sounds good but what does it mean...more efficient uses of these resources? And what is a UPnP spec extension if not code (ie software)? I don't mean to be argumentative (at least not this...
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    What is native OpenHome? It's all software...

    What is native OpenHome? It's all software extensions, either done in the renderer (like Aries) or done in the network, like Bubble Server. I'd be interested in knowing the advantages of doing it in...
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    The Sonore Signature Rendu (aka SSR; not SRS :) )...

    The Sonore Signature Rendu (aka SSR; not SRS :) ) is easily made OpenHome compliant, and I have commented on it numerous times here. I'll do it again:
    You simply run BubbleUPnP Server on the NAS...
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    In what way is this a wireless Aries setup then? ...

    In what way is this a wireless Aries setup then? It's kind of dual, really. And in what way does this clean up Aries' wireless signal? Also, for a majority of Aries folks that go wireless due to...
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    I was thinking of trying this (with the 10/100M...

    I was thinking of trying this (with the 10/100M ones since my Rendu and most internet renderers are nowhere near 100M anyway) but after a PM chat with John Swenson he thinks the Rendu is isolated...
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    Agreed

    Agreed
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    Todd, I really don't think your errors (warnings...

    Todd,
    I really don't think your errors (warnings are another thing but ignore right now) are caused by tags. I could be wrong. Check with Simon at Minimserser forum. I think they are caused by...
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    Yes, JRiver is more forgiving by a long shot. Do...

    Yes, JRiver is more forgiving by a long shot. Do you have JRiver properly set up as a DLNA server (so Lightning doesn't let it vanish)?

    I had quite a few errors in Minimserver when I started...
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    With software like JRiver vanishing, I would...

    With software like JRiver vanishing, I would think a big part of your problem is your Mac or pc. A normal JRiver install doesn't vanish.

    You began this page saying you had the Aries and were...
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    There was an error in an earlier version of...

    There was an error in an earlier version of JRMC19 that wrote wav and aiff files with the wrong chunk size. JRIver didn't care (meaning it didn't affect it) but Minimserver is a stickler. I would...
  11. Yes, George is a very interesting guy, with great...

    Yes, George is a very interesting guy, with great ideas. He said he loved the visit to the MN meeting, especially the "museum" of old audio stuff. :)
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    Also, if the warnings were from bad dates, take...

    Also, if the warnings were from bad dates, take Date out of the list of indexTags (Artist, Album, Genre, etc). I don't sort on Date so I'd rather not index it and have 3 pages of warnings.
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    No, of course not...it's not a format change,...

    No, of course not...it's not a format change, it's an extraction.
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    Todd, Spend some time on the info level of the...

    Todd, Spend some time on the info level of the Minimsever log. Print it out (or at least save and look in a text editor like Notepad). Warnings are not a huge deal; errors will be the issue. Files...
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    Yes, Bogi's method is the only way I know, at...

    Yes, Bogi's method is the only way I know, at this time, to get away from the bug in sacd_extract to DSF that shows up on DACs that don't attempt to auto-mute the click. This is not a PCM to DSD...
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    ?? My point was that they are likely not a/b'd...

    ?? My point was that they are likely not a/b'd cuz they are on different platforms. If you have access to Windows then why wouldn't you use Bogi's free tool. I even heavily doubt that Trax does a...
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    I truly do no think anyone has a/b'd them. If...

    I truly do no think anyone has a/b'd them. If you are on MAC then Bogi's free tools are not an option.
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    Here it is directly. It's in Bogi's signature...

    Here it is directly. It's in Bogi's signature too
    http://www.computeraudiophile.com/f11-software/how-do-you-store-dff-untagged-files-21780/index8.html#post368551
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    I think recorded music is so unlike live...

    I think recorded music is so unlike live unamplified music that I do not consider the latter a reference point for my system. I consider the mic feeds of a recording to be the reference. I wish...
  20. George is sending my review sample this weekend. ...

    George is sending my review sample this weekend. I expect it to be a killer under $2k DAC. Why? Same innerds as E22 (less femto) with USB galvanic isolation, and they knocked $1500 off the price. ...
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    Speaking of John Swenson, I have the wonderful...

    Speaking of John Swenson, I have the wonderful Sonore Signature Rendu that he had a hand in designing (especially the I2S output I use). It is connected from a gigabit switch (with a small Jameco...
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    Here is what EJ told me: "You are correct. This...

    Here is what EJ told me:
    "You are correct. This will not work. It will lock to the signal but be very odd sounding and have mismatched channel levels. There are some routing issues on the input...
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    No need. The Gustard is often used simply as a...

    No need. The Gustard is often used simply as a USB-SPDIF converter, so use it that way. Send it DSD via USB from your computer, then use the SPDIF or toslink outs to go the Wyred. In the meantime...
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    That then is the worst marketing I've ever heard,...

    That then is the worst marketing I've ever heard, if in fact they gave the DAC the capability to decode DSD, just not through USB. But why deal with I2S? Go via the much more readily available...
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    Yes, I had the wrong Gustard on my mind,sorry...

    Yes, I had the wrong Gustard on my mind,sorry (and you've confirmed it passes DSD via DoP to the I2S outputs?. How about SPDIF?Toslink? They are all capable of 24/176k) However.....The DAC-2...
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