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  1. Can you please elaborate on this? Are you referring to ReplayGain? Is this data available when using Qobuz via the web / API or this is something that is sent to Roon as an out side process? Thanks!
  2. 1. Not at the moment. Probably by the end of the year. 2. No My suggestion to you is to keep the Vega as it outperforms the Hegel as a streamer. The H590 will outperform the Bel Canto / Parasound combo in my opinion. I switched from Pass Mono blocks / Boulder Preamp to the H590 and love the result.
  3. See here: http://moodeaudio.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=1772
  4. TCP/IP does not care about potential RF interference 🙂
  5. I do not know but unless Euphony can provide technical explanation this will fall under "cool selling feature".
  6. As you can read, I clearly stated "should" which is not an absolute assertion. Also, proving a negative is impossible and was not the purpose of the original post.
  7. Ethernet speed should not affect sound quality. Can you post a link to where you read this?
  8. Sure. It will guarantee that the broadcast will be exactly like the athletes intended 😉
  9. Any issues with the unit performing as a DLNA renderer? Gapless playback? Did you try BubbleUPnP client as well? Kudos for using MinimServer!
  10. Is there a way to subscribe to a playlist via the web interface?
  11. Amazon's new music HD service does not have an open API. Currently, only selected vendors can have access. Hopefully this will change in the near future.
  12. Qobuz page https://www.qobuz.com/fr-fr/page/labs shows a link to the (now removed) API page. Sending an email to [email protected] generates an auto replay with the following text: I really hope this is temporarily. Does not look good at all.
  13. Still does not justify providing erroneous information to the end user.
  14. I can't help you with the short arms but you can always look at this: https://repo.xposed.info/module/de.robv.android.xposed.installer https://repo.xposed.info/module/com.bubblesoft.android.bubbleupnp
  15. Try this: https://github.com/masmu/pulseaudio-dlna The above works well with Ubuntu / Mint. I believe there is a Windows equivalent. Once installed, you will be able to choose the output: There is also a Chrome extension that allows you to select the output from the browser: https://rain-fighters.github.io/AudioPick/
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