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  1. FYI - here's an official SFP28 from Solarflare and its model SOLR-SFM25G-SR-LL could be found under the "Supported Transceiver" section https://www.hamburgnet.com/products/ethernet/solarflare 25GB ETHERNET LOW LATENCY SR SFP28 OPTICAL TRANSCEIVER https://www.directdial.com/us/item/solarflare-sfp28-module/solr-sfm25g-sr-ll https://www.shopblt.com/item/xilinx-solr-sfm25g-sr-ll-25gb-ethernet-low-latency/y510_solrsfm25gsrll.html https://www.shopsaitech.com/ProductDetail/SOLARFLARE-25GB-ETHERNET-LOW-L/57548022/true/SOLR-SFM25G-SR-LL Therefore -LL s
  2. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/itunes-remote/id284417350 Set up the iTunes Remote app for Music on Mac https://support.apple.com/guide/music/set-up-the-itunes-remote-app-mus4cd95db32/mac
  3. BTW, Bending Wave just received their DAC and their Server is expected to arrive soon https://www.facebook.com/elliot.goldman/posts/10219269161981666 https://www.facebook.com/elliot.goldman/posts/10219269210022867 https://www.facebook.com/elliot.goldman/posts/10219269212502929 https://www.facebook.com/elliot.goldman/posts/10219269213062943 https://www.facebook.com/elliot.goldman/posts/10219269230143370 https://www.facebook.com/elliot.goldman/posts/10219269233583456 https://www.facebook.com/elliot.goldman/posts/10219269234223472 https://www.faceboo
  4. True 10-bit vs 8-bit + FRC Monitor | What is the difference? https://www.isolapse.com/true-10-bit-vs-8-bit-frc-monitor-what-is-the-difference/ Why Your HDR Monitor is (Probably) Not HDR at All – and Why DisplayHDR 400 Needs to Go https://www.tftcentral.co.uk/blog/why-your-hdr-monitor-is-probably-not-hdr-at-all-and-why-displayhdr-400-needs-to-go/ Does THX Certification Matter? https://www.technobuffalo.com/does-thx-certification-matter Thanks but no thanks, as if HDR weren't just as bad as MQA to begin with. I would be really
  5. Bluetooth should be a dead end for streaming Hi-Res audio via lossless CODECs, pretty much like Apple Music is a dead end for 3rd party developers https://toolstud.io/video/audiosize.php https://www.silabs.com/documents/login/presentations/tech-talks-evolution-of-bluetooth-5-5-1-5-2.pdf#page=4 https://www.silabs.com/documents/login/presentations/tech-talks-evolution-of-bluetooth-5-5-1-5-2.pdf#page=5 No, Bluetooth cannot deliver hi-res audio https://darko.audio/2020/11/no-bluetooth-cannot-deliver-hi-res-audio/ The ultimat
  6. Spotify HiFi Icon Spotted in Mobile App Suggests Imminent Launch https://www.macrumors.com/2021/05/18/spotify-lossless-hifi-option-spotted-app/ Most likely Apple won't provide access to their API that could actually enable 3rd party developers to provide any kinda meaningful support for Apple Music, therefore it might seem to be a dead end of some sort? OTOH, Spotify already did a fantastic job and that's gonna be such a winner and a half IMHO.
  7. They already did, though not even remotely useful for audiophiles? https://community.volumio.org/t/apple-music-support/9565/13 https://community.volumio.org/t/apple-music-support/9565/14 Not very / not at all promising then? https://developer.apple.com/documentation/applemusicapi https://developer.apple.com/documentation/musickitjs https://developer.apple.com/musickit/ And then AirPlay 2 might seem to be like a joke of some sort? https://www.forbes.com/sites/marksparrow/2019/10/23/bws-formation-wedg
  8. Let's check all of their products listed on the official site https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/dave/ https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/mojo/ https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/qutest/ https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/hugo-2/ https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/hugott2/ https://chordelectronics.co.uk/product/hugo-mscaler/ All of them were pointing to the same Windows-10-768KHz-driver.zip driver and obviously they're sharing the same hardware from Amanero. It might be difficult to predict, maybe that
  9. I saw 19041.1 on the other thread you just started several hours ago, then I recalled something about the "bare minimum" version of that particular Windows build number ReMin - replicated MinWin https://github.com/replisys/remin-core Remin project notes https://osg.wiki/books/servicing/page/remin-project-notes FYI - I did a search on Google and found the specific ISO required for ReMin, though it would take quite a few tries to start downloading the file successfully https://pastebin.com/raw/iMGaaCYJ After that, some packages shou
  10. Hi Chris, may I ask you for a favor? https://audiophilestyle.com/ca/bits-and-bytes/audiophile-style-state-of-the-union-r882/ Thank you.
  11. truenas with new intel p5800x optane https://forums.servethehome.com/index.php?threads/truenas-with-new-intel-p5800x-optane.32586/ That's posted in April and therefore someone did manage to purchase P5800X somewhere, and then these guys in Hamburg should be "claiming" to have a whopping 21 units of 800GB P5800X in stock https://cgatesolutions.de/en/home/226-intel-ssd-p5800x-800go-25p-pci-e-.html How and where on Earth did they find so many drives if that "magical" number were true? Even Intel couldn't provide any straight answers back in January
  12. Who said that Intel Optane SSD DC P5800X is not for PC? Review and test of the fastest drive in the world https://4youdaily.com/technology-and-it-market-news/who-said-that-intel-optane-ssd-dc-p5800x-is-not-for-pc-review-and-test-of-the-fastest-drive-in-the-world/ Intel Optane SSD P5800X Review https://www.storagereview.com/review/intel-optane-ssd-p5800x-review Still belonging to the "unobtainium" category at the moment https://www.pc-canada.com/item/SSDPF21Q400GB01.html https://www.dihuni.com/product/intel
  13. Combining both PGGB and Taiko Audio Server should be a marriage made in heaven https://www.facebook.com/SuncoastAudio/posts/3961771397212542 However, Taiko Audio might be an Extreme-exclusive unless they're changing their mind at some point.
  14. It turned out to cost 850 RMB or roughly 130 bucks without 54 MHz OCXO clock https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=643286972960 SMA jack could be requested for the sake of connecting to an external 54 MHz OCXO clock, here's a potential solution from TeraDak and obviously both items are required https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=595681552946 https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=619823458648 And then we could also go for SiT5711A (i.e. same OCXO clock as the ones found on both JCAT USB / NET Card XE) but the frequency must be 54 MHz
  15. https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic/58164-building-a-diy-music-server/page/77/?tab=comments#comment-1115283 https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic/58164-building-a-diy-music-server/page/77/?tab=comments#comment-1115283 Podcast #79: The Future of 3D XPoint And Optane with Chris Mellor https://www.storagereview.com/podcast/podcast-79-the-future-of-3d-xpoint-optane-with-chris-mellor https://www.storagereview.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Chris-Mellor-Pod.mp3 Micron bought Intel’s stake in joint 3D XPoint venture in 2018 for $1.
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