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  1. Big news from PS Audio, the company behind the DirectStream DAC. https://forum.psaudio.com/t/is-psaudio-going-direct-sale-only/12247/65 https://www.audionirvana.org/forum/the-audio-vault/digital-playback/121384-ps-audio-drops-their-dealers-and-adopts-direct-sales-model
  2. A 70 capacitor "farm". That's a lot of capacitors!
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    HQ Player

    And not just classical fans. The NativeDSD site also has some Jazz in DSD 512 with Jussi's modulators from Sound Liaison, Groove Note and Yarlung. Very nice! (15% Off thru 8/5/19 with code SUMMER19). https://www.nativedsd.com/homepage/dsd512_music
  4. Here's a new YouTube video that features an interview between Jared Sacks from NativeDSD and Channel Classics and Claude that covers Merging, DSD and a look at the Anubis. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksLfT1yvXxo
  5. News from High End Munich show. Astell & Kern is launching a new flagship portable player - the SP 2000 - with DSD 512 playback. The SP 2000 is scheduled for availability in July 2019. NativeDSD Music is making a 5-track DSD 512 Stereo sampler available for the SP 2000 (at the Munich show) and on the web to play on additional DSD 512 DACs. The DSD 512 sampler costs $7.42 https://nativedsdpresents.nativedsd.com/albums/NDSD013-nativedsd-presents-5-tracks-in-dsd-512 https://www.facebook.com/NativeDsdMusic/posts/2255378147853914
  6. As a satisfied NADAC owner, Ricardo and the team at Merging have always been great with their tech support. I'm sure that will continue with the Anubis.
  7. Looks like the Anubis is a hit. Merging already has 2-3 months of back orders for it. https://mailchi.mp/merging/merging-insider-newsletter-april-2019?e=b325d79d7e
  8. Should be a good demo at AXPONA http://blog.nativedsd.com/axpona-preview/
  9. From ISE 2019, Anubis The Video.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5Xjs5jwZd4
  10. Or you could use the Anibus today with JRiver, HQ Player or other non-RAAT music products. Assuming you can find an Anibus for purchase. (Earlier message in this thread says they are already sold out in Europe).
  11. Merging's CEO explained in this video why they use Ravenna/Ethernet and don't use USB for audio. Comments start at 4:00 into the video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-p6fvS9KhZg
  12. In the pro market, it certainly is. Using Ravenna for Audio over IP (AoIP), you can use long cable runs during recording sessions and network the devices used in the session. A big win in that market - which is the main focus of the Merging+Anubis product line. https://www.merging.com/products/interfaces/merging+anubis/monitor
  13. On sale this week at 20% Off (until March 29, 2019). The DSD Surround Sound recording of Gabrieli by the National Brass Ensemble. Highly recommended! Gabrieli - National Brass Ensemble (NativeDSD Music Store) https://oberlinmusic.nativedsd.com/albums/OC1504-gabrieli The Journey of the Gabrieli Project (NativeDSD Blog) http://blog.nativedsd.com/michael-sachs-the-journey-of-the-gabrieli-project/ The Making of Gabrieli (YouTube Video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHs4W3bdReI
  14. I can imagine. Hapi and Horus is a good place to start, especially when taking into account the availability date of the Anubis isn't until May. Gives you a few months to get the others tested and certified!
  15. Since HQ Player 4 Pro supports level changing and channel mixing in the DSD domain up to DSD512, having a Merging Anubis on hand would be a great way to make sure HQP 4 Pro's recording and mixing features work with the Anubis as well as the Hapi and Horus. A win/win for HQ Player, Merging and their pro recording product owners I'd think.
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