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  1. Total newbie here, so please excuse any ignorance in the post. I am using Tidal and Amarra SQ+ together on my late 2014 iMac Retina. Playback is great, but if I leave the system for a while with the music paused, I don't get any sound output. I can still see the gain meters moving in Amarra, however. The only solution I've been able to figure out is to quit Amarra while the music is playing, and open it back up. I don't recall having this issue when I was using a digital out, but just went to USB for a solution to a different issue. I know Amarra has a Tidal offering now, but I find it ridiculous to pay extra when SQ+ is supposed to help with streaming services in general. Thanks for any suggestions!
  2. Auralic Aries Mini Wireless Streamer ($549, includes 1 yr subscription to Tidal) FALL SPECIAL 20% off any cables with purchase (some restrictions apply) The wait is finally over. One of this years most anticipated products is here! The ARIES MINI is a wireless streaming node designed for connecting to your existing home audio system. It not only has shared all software and hardware functions coming from original ARIES, but also equipped with additional high quality analog output and optional hard drive slot for anyone whom don’t want to invest for a dedicate DSD DAC and NAS drive. The ARIES MINI can stream high-resolution music quickly and wirelessly in virtually any sampling rate, even for the latest Quad-Rate DSD and DXD. It is powered by Auralic's proprietary Tesla hardware platform that includes a Quad-Core ARM Coretex-A9 processor running at 1GHz, 512MB DDR3 onboard memory and 4GB internal storage. The Tesla platform has the ability to decode just about every available audio format, including AAC, AIFF, ALAC, APE, DIFF, DSF, FLAC, MP3, OGG, WAV, WV and WMA. Streaming your music collection at this level of performance has never easier or more affordable. The ARIES MINI is available in white or black Looking for even better performance... ALSO AVAILABLE WITH OPTIONAL AUDIOPHILE POWER SUPPLY UPGRADES Auralic Purer Power Supply ($299)- based 10uV low noise external linear PSU (same power supply that is offered with Auralic Aries) SBooster BOTW P&P ECO Linear Power Supply ($450) and Ultra Accessory Power Filter ($100) upgrades These products qualify for Free Shipping and 5% back in points when you register for Club Ciamara Membership Rewards Program 1.844.CIAMARA (1.844.242.6272) High End Audio Store NYC - Experience Ciamara
  3. Use Audio Enhancers with Losses Music??

    I understand using audio enhancers like dfx and srs with mp3's, but should they be used with losses formats? (Flac or CD's). I recently signed up for tidalhifi.com loss-less streaming and sometimes my DFX enhancer seems to do more harm than good. I appreciate any input, experience or feedback on when (if ever) it makes sense to use audio enhancers (and which ones). Thank you..
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