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Jeremy Anderson

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  1. I'm hoping Gene takes up the dropped gauntlet... it would be EPIC.
  2. View Classified Phasure Lush v1 1.0m USB cable Phasure Lush v1 Terminations: USB Type A to USB Type B Length: 1.0m The original, legendary Lush USB cable from PeterSt @ Phasure! This forum is chock full of comments about what this cable brings to the table. I found it to have a musical and very satisfying presentation. I'm parting with mine because a friend sold me something I like a little bit better. Details: Condition: Excellent (9/10) List price: 200 Euro (~$240 USD) Asking: $130 (Shipping and PayPal fees included
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    Phasure Lush v1 Terminations: USB Type A to USB Type B Length: 1.0m The original, legendary Lush USB cable from PeterSt @ Phasure! This forum is chock full of comments about what this cable brings to the table. I found it to have a musical and very satisfying presentation. I'm parting with mine because a friend sold me something I like a little bit better. Details: Condition: Excellent (9/10) List price: 200 Euro (~$240 USD) Asking: $130 (Shipping and PayPal fees included at my asking price). Terms: Payment options: PayPal Valid destinations: Verified PayPal address in the continental US. I pack well and ship things insured by whatever method (USPS, FedEx, UPS) is most cost-effective for me. Can I trust you? My feedback can be seen here: https://www.audiogon.com/users/jeremya/

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  4. Ouch. I sold my DV-79AVi-s because I thought i.Link was somehow encrypted for just Pioneer's use -- and the internet had scant details on it at the time. (And seemingly still does). Do you know of a way to convert i.Link data to something less specialized like SPDIF or USB audio?
  5. Thanks, @Superdad! Regarding my second question, is it enough for ER to support flow-control, or does the rest of the network hardware have to as well? (I would hope that the packets, like the spice, must flow... and thus if an endpoint says 'wait a minute!' then the flow-control request will be dutifully delivered to the source even by the least intelligent of ethernet devices...)
  6. @Superdad, if we're connecting a streamer (e.g., UltraRendu) via the EtherREGEN's 'B' port, does the ER provide all the flow control support we might need (and thus obviate the need for an oM Deluxe) when utilizing HQ Player NAA? Or does every device that touches the packets all the way to the server running HQP have to understand Flow-Control Pause packets?
  7. Great work, @Nenon (et al.)! One of the challenges with big, heavy, expensive boxes like this is handling them safely when moving them in and out of the rack. I see from the CAD design that the bottom and top are flat. That will help keep the heat sinks from poking into the palms (yay). Including some hand-hold cutouts somewhere along the middle of each side might be nice if there's a way to integrate them.
  8. Ah, I've only read Part 1 so far! Looking forward to the rest (I do see them published already).
  9. As one who has run live sound for both music and theater productions and has dabbled in recording, I am looking forward to this series with great interest, @gmgraves! I've often wondered the same as you -- why so many older recordings sound marvelous, and so many newer ones sound comparatively lifeless. Arguments about the Loudness Wars and such find their place here, but even records that are not mastered to sound LOUD are still lacking a lot of that joie de vivre. I'm buckled in and looking forward to where you take us next!
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