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HQPlayer Windows OS NAA

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22 minutes ago, sbenyo said:

I would like to have a solution like ultraRendu or Sotm that can provide the same level of audiophile NAA component but running Windows OS. Unfortunately the T+A does not yet officially support Linux for DSD512 and I don't want to use the beta firmware for now.

 

This is what I used for the purpose:

https://www.onlogic.com/eu-en/computers/industrial/fanless/cl100-series/

 

Just get a better PSU for it...

 


Signalyst - Developer of HQPlayer

Pulse & Fidelity - Software Defined Amplifiers

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13 hours ago, sbenyo said:

Thanks for the suggestions. They are good but no cheap. I will see if there are any additional options. I wonder if a simple fanless mini PC can also do the work without affecting the SQ.

 

Well, the one I listed is such? When it comes to running Windows, you need to make sure you have enough RAM because Windows is such a memory hog and very heavy in other ways too. So the very lightest and cheapest PCs are not very good for the purpose.

 

I think I have 16 GB of RAM on mine which is the max it can take. But I'd go at least with 8 GB if not more as possible.

 


Signalyst - Developer of HQPlayer

Pulse & Fidelity - Software Defined Amplifiers

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