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  1. For sale is a pair of the excellent sounding Nuforce Reference 9 v2 monoblock power amplifiers, in excellent condition (9/10). I am the original owner and I had them factory upgraded to full 9V2 status with the V2 faceplate. They come in the original boxes, packaging materials, and manual. The Nuforce Reference 9 v2 amps are 300 watts per channel and have both RCA or balanced XLR inputs, featuring WBT RCN Connectors and Eichmann speaker binding posts. The V2 upgraded is a significant upgrade over the original Reference 9s. Sound quality is superb. Excellent resolution of fine detail, superb bass and a very extended and controlled treble range. Great transient detail as well. The Nuforce Reference 9V2s are very powerful (190W per channel in 8ohm, 300W in 4 ohm and stable to 2 ohm) and can drive pretty much every speaker with total control. Bass control and definition is second to none, extraordinary detail retrieval and attack on leading edges, very fast and dynamic, and bass that is deep, tight and fast. Specifications: Power: 300W @ 4 Ohms Damping Factor: Greater than 4000 Input Impedance: 45 Ohms Gain: 27 dB Signal to Noise Ratio: 120dB at 100W Finish: Silver “The V2 amps stand up to any amplifier I've had in my system, irrespective of technology or price and I wouldn't be surprised if they did the same in yours.” – Edgar Kramer, 6moons Retail price was $3,500 USD for the pair. Now only $1,495 $1,195 USD including FREE shipping and PayPal Fees. Will ship anywhere within the continental U.S. They will ship in the original boxes and packaging and will be double boxed for safe shipping.
  2. When I disabled ramroot from the menu, then rebooted then changed to acpi - it worked. Piero told me "To check that you have disabled intel pstate driver you should have intel_pstate=disable in /boot/loader/entries/audiolinux.conf" I confirmed on mine after I disabling ramroot, rebooting, changing to acpi, rebooting again.
  3. @hifi25nl I'm having trouble getting the selection to acpi to stick. I have tried it several times but it keeps rebooting as intel_pstate.
  4. Okay I will try this @hifi25nl I have trouble using File editor, but I will try again. Thanks!
  5. Good point! I've been attempting to connect as user: audiolinux
  6. Okay thanks! I will try the secure file transfer program again. If SMB is off by default in AL, that would explain why it hasn't been working 😂
  7. Sorry - I'm trying to add music to my Roon music library HDD that is attached to my Intel NUC running AL. I'm on a Mac and I tried the "Connect to Server" method using SMB and I can't get it to work. So I tried the method @mriguy recommended, which is not exactly what I originally wanted to achieve (being able to see the remote HDD on my Mac), but it should allow me to add music to Roon music library which is all I really want to do - if I could get it to work.
  8. Yes I can connect via SSH. Do you mean using the scp command to copy a local file to the Intel NUC? I suppose I can try that. I used to be able to "see" my connected music library on my Mac (under Locations) when I was using a SonicTransporter, so there must be a way to accomplish a similar thing with AL using Connect to Server.
  9. Wow! Thank you for the detailed instructions. I am using AL on my Intel NUC and I had read about a similar method using SMB in Roon to connect to a shared folder on my Mac. I tried your instructions and I must still be doing something wrong because it's not working for me. My computer name ends in .local - do you include that when you add this to Roon? I tried it with and without and I can't get it to work. Also, regarding the path to my shared folder, do I include the full path to the shared file - ex. \Users\garygil\Downloads\music_downloads ? In the past I used a SonicTransporter and I was able to see the attached music library from my Mac, so I could add music to the HDD by simply dragging and dropping music to the drive. There must be a similar way to do this connecting to the Intel NUC. Thanks again for your help!
  10. Hi Alan, Thank you for the tip. I tried connecting on a Mac FTP client that does a lot of what WINSCP does with no luck. Cheers! Gary
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