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  1. @tedwoods Thank you Ted, I hadn't checked through Eunhasu. @Confused The NAA is only used by HQPlayer, so I don't think it has anything to do with the DNLA renderer. When NAA 3.60 came out I think I remember Jussi saying it improved the IPv6 connectivity. I have the Win version on my Win 10 NUC.
  2. @tedwoods Hi Ted, To what new firmware are you referring? On this page "Eunhasu Images" I only see 4.22 and the 4.60 that has been out since July. Thanks in advance! Jay
  3. From the prostudiomasters website: ----------- Flotsam and Jetsam is a digital only collection of B-sides, remixes and rarities from across Peter Gabriel’s solo career. Over 60 tracks are featured, mostly all of which had previously been released physically, either on 7”, 12” or CD singles, soundtrack or tribute albums over the years but never released digitally. A few notable inclusions are available commercially for the very first time anywhere. The collection – arranged chronologically – is split into three eras: The first, 1976-1985, covers the period from Peter first going solo to the end of his run of four self-titled solo albums. The second, 1986-1993, are Peter’s popstar years with music released around the albums So and Us. Finally, the third era is 1994-2016 and features music from before and after the Up album and brings us pretty much up to date. --------- and --------- 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Real World Productions Studio Masters Disc 1, Tracks 1, 14; Disc 2, Tracks 3, 7, 11, 12-18, 20-22; Disc 3, Tracks 1-6, 9-14, 17-19, 22, 23 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM Disc 1, Tracks 7, 13; Disc 2, Tracks 2, 4-6, 8-10, 19; Disc 3, Tracks 7, 8, 15, 16 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit Knowing PG, and listening to the samples, the SQ on this should be excellent. There are definitely some trinkets in there, but there are also a lot of different people's remixes.
  4. CD and LP available Dec. 6. Probably see a download available then or soon after.
  5. @The Computer Audiophile Thanks for including your in-room response and making this a thread. There are now a few custom prepared room correction / convolution methods available. Maybe comparing them could be your next in-depth article?
  6. Solstice380

    HQ Player

    Is the Upgrade discount greater than the sale? TIA
  7. I’m with you on the new remaster. The “clarity” is improved. I still,have (almost) all of the 2002 SACDs and the MoFi vinyl box. I may have to pull that album out tonight! Don’t expect a detailed comparison... it’s Friday night and there will be little critical listening happening. 😜
  8. @TubeLover Check OWC Computing (macsales.com). They have an externally powered one in a good case for somewhere around $110-120. (IIRC)
  9. This definitely is the best version ever, period. It’s totally mesmerizing and can be played as loud as you want, it’s so clear and palpable. She’s So Heavy is liquid. As as well as Paul and Ringo getting major improvements the vocals are very real with so much depth. This is using HQPlayer upsampling to DSD128 into the dCS Debussy. Sublime! I have the 2009 24 Bit apple and the new remasters all blow those away. It’s currently available for download at 20% off at the usual places.
  10. @wgscott That was it. I lost all of my bootleg tapes in a basement flood a few years ago, but I had that Jerry Capitol Theatre show that I got back in college.
  11. Good obit here: https://www.detroitnews.com/story/obituaries/2019/09/24/robert-hunter-grateful-dead-obituary/40198077/ The obit says that he never performed with the Dead, but I seem to remember a bootleg tape around with him on a couple songs with Promontory Rider being one of them. Anybody else come across this?
  12. $$$$$ but the results would, most likely, be excellent.
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