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  1. Any of you guys saw this? Any comments on this music player? - https://igg.me/at/air-tunes They claim its of audiophile quality. The specs and the details look promising. It's got a lot of audio effects as well (not sure how useful though). What do you guys think? I'm on the edge whether to get this or not.
  2. Seiun $40 HiRes Clarity DACs

    Hi guys, Just thought to let you guys know (if you haven't already) I also came across these recently, which are ultra-cheap portable HiRes DACs for smartphones and Macs/PCs by Seiun > Clarity Aura | Cyberdrive These will do PCM 24/192 and Native DSD up to 256. And at the price range (an amazing $39.99 excluding shipping) it looks like Seiun is now moving really aggressively in the HiRes and DAC market...
  3. For the past several weeks (months?) I've been unable to access the Computer Audiophile website on my Samsung Android phone (Note 3) or tablet (NotePro). If I go there from my browser (Chrome) I just get a blank screen. The app works fine. Anyone else having this problem? Any fix? I haven't see this with any other site. Thanks in advance for your help.
  4. I'm currently installing a Nexus 7 tablet (USB audio out) into my car, to use as a head-unit. Given that DAC technology seems to be constantly changing, I feel overwhelmed when selecting a USB DAC to input into my signal processor / amps. -Audio files will be 24 bit, 192khz. -Drivers will need to be compatible with Linux (Andriod tablet.) -My signal processor has stereo RCA inputs. Can you recommend a suitable DAC for this environment? Previous threads have recommended the ES9023 DAC:Hifimediy Sabre USB DAC 2 External PSU 96kHz 24bit ES9023 SA9023 Coaxial OUT | eBay However, I like this DIY DAC solution (DAC SABRE 9023 + XMOS2): Building my reference dac (xmos2 to i2s dac sabre 9023) - RaspyFi Thanks =)
  5. Just discovered this forum (don't really know how I've managed to not find it untill now...). Was surprised to see that there doesn't seem to be a single thread about pianobar, it's an open-source Pandora radio client that removes the ads and is easy to setup with a proxy so you can access Pandora from anywhere in the world. Since I started using pianobar/Pandora I very rarely start up MPD to listen to my FLACs anymore, despite being lower quality audio (192kbit MP3 with a Pandora One account) it's just so handy for a lazy person like me not having to think about exactly what album you want to listen to and search through all the music on the harddrive. Perfect for discovering new music and background listening. Well, too many good things to say about pianobar, just try it out if you haven't already! Since I'm using a headless server I wanted to be able to control pianobar remotely and decided to write an Android app for that purpose, it's free and ad-free, has support for most of the important pianobar functions and supports pianobar running on Linux, Mac (install with Macports or HomeBrew) and theoretically, but barely tested, Windows (pianobar built under Cygwin). See Pianobar (Pandora Radio) Remote Control for Android for setup instructions if you are interested in that.
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