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  1. Roon Vs jriver

    I also reached the same conclusion. Jriver is sonically superior and has an amazing flexibility in library mgt and wide format support.
  2. DIY DC power cables

    Your ultimate usb cable may be referred to as Cornan usb cable later on I would be interested to try it for sure! The choice of the wire is critical as not all silver wires are created equal. I highly recommend stranded UPOCC silver from Neotech. For 1m, it won’t break the bank.
  3. Not the power cable. But if you use a LPS to energize the LPS-1, it makes a difference. Also the grounding of the negative DC output makes a noticeable impact with switching PSUs
  4. Switching PSUs respond very well with power cords. Dave is a good example.
  5. Thanks for the great effort and write up! which power cord did you use to power the sPS-500?
  6. Great you just gave me an idea of what to do with the larger ferrites collecting dust in my box
  7. 6.5mm should be fine, a tight fit is better so at least they don't move along the cable. I am no expert with ferrites though, just based on what my ears tell me. I tried adding the ferrites one by one and I like their effect.
  8. The Paul Hynes SR7

    There is nothing on his website.
  9. Just to share my experience with ferrites. I added 6 to my BJC Cat6a ethernet cable and the improvements with Tidal are noticeable. Lower noise floor with less high frequency harshness. I am using Wurt 7.5mm ferrites.
  10. Hi Alex can you pls share more info or a link about the JLH PSU? thanks Moussa
  11. This is the same one I have, but mine is 18AH https://www.ebay.ca/itm/12V-20AH-LiFePO4-Batteries-5A-Charger-BMS-Rechargeable-Electric-Solar-Energy-Sea/132335080347?_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIM.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D20170831090034%26meid%3Df78a9732d2324d7fbf1e828786c3c60a%26pid%3D100005%26rk%3D2%26rkt%3D6%26sd%3D172950282619&_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851
  12. Quick update, I removed the LT3045 boards and the magic is back. Music is much more open with lots of air around instruments. In comparison, it was flat and dull. The 18AH LifePo4 battery is an amazing performer and one of the best investments I have done. I don't know the specs of how much continuous current it supports, but It can give me a playback time of around 18-20 hrs, which is plenty especially that I hardly listen more than an hr in one session. Don't let your experience with normal lithium batteries make you underestimate what a good LifePo4 battery can do. I know what good PSUs can do having owned JS-2, Vini Rossi Mini, Nikola, LPS-1, HDPlex. I can't say it beats them, but it competes with the very best of these PSUs. It is mainly designed for eBikes which need a lot of current, but I find that it is great for audio as well. It is not cheap at $150, but for what it does, it is a bargain. I will have to figure out a better place for the 12V LT3045s.