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  1. Excellent regulated linear power supply: $50 obo View Classified For sale: Lightly used Astron SL-11A LPS in like-new condition and perfect working order. This is a regulated, linear power supply purchased new (one owner), cords included. Astron is a popular brand used by ham radio hobbyists as well as audio folks. Will sell for US $50.00 obo. Buyer pays for shipping from Seattle, WA. PayPal, only, please. Power supply specs as follows: Power Supply Type:Linear, Regulated Power Supply Continuous Output:7.0A at 13.8 Vdc Battery Backup:No Power Supply Peak Output:11A at 13.8 Vdc Power Supply Voltage Adjustment Control:Internal Power Supply Voltage Adjustment Range:11.0-15.0 Vdc Power Supply Metering Type:None Power Supply High Current Terminal Location:Rear panel Power Supply Low Current Terminal Location:None Power Supply Lighter Socket:No Power Supply Cooling Type:Heat sink Power Supply Width:7.625 in. Power Supply Height:2.625 in. Power Supply Depth:9.750 in. Power Supply Weight:12.00 lbs. Notes:Low profile power supply. Ripple less than 5mv peak to peak (full load and low line). Seller chetthejet Date 06/30/20 Price 50.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products  
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    For sale: Lightly used Astron SL-11A LPS in like-new condition and perfect working order. This is a regulated, linear power supply purchased new (one owner), cords included. Astron is a popular brand used by ham radio hobbyists as well as audio folks. Will sell for US $50.00 obo. Buyer pays for shipping from Seattle, WA. PayPal, only, please. Power supply specs as follows: Power Supply Type:Linear, Regulated Power Supply Continuous Output:7.0A at 13.8 Vdc Battery Backup:No Power Supply Peak Output:11A at 13.8 Vdc Power Supply Voltage Adjustment Control:Internal Power Supply Voltage Adjustment Range:11.0-15.0 Vdc Power Supply Metering Type:None Power Supply High Current Terminal Location:Rear panel Power Supply Low Current Terminal Location:None Power Supply Lighter Socket:No Power Supply Cooling Type:Heat sink Power Supply Width:7.625 in. Power Supply Height:2.625 in. Power Supply Depth:9.750 in. Power Supply Weight:12.00 lbs. Notes:Low profile power supply. Ripple less than 5mv peak to peak (full load and low line).

    50.00 USD

  3. View Classified MGE 91092-32T Ultra Isolation Transformer For sale: Hard to find MGE Ultra Isolation Transformer. Model 91092-32T Asking $125, I will pay for packaging, you pay for shipping (it's heavy!). Will ship from Seattle, WA to anywhere in USA. Input: 120 V Output: 120V, 60 hz Power: 250V Is in good working order, purchased used about 3 years ago. Only used about 2 years. PayPal only, please. Seller chetthejet Date 06/26/20 Price 125.00 USD Category Power Supplies / Power Products  
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    For sale: Hard to find MGE Ultra Isolation Transformer. Model 91092-32T Asking $125, I will pay for packaging, you pay for shipping (it's heavy!). Will ship from Seattle, WA to anywhere in USA. Input: 120 V Output: 120V, 60 hz Power: 250V Is in good working order, purchased used about 3 years ago. Only used about 2 years. PayPal only, please.

    125.00 USD

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    Used Technics SL-20BD-KM belt-drive turntable. Works fine, age unknown. Has cartridge labeled "M103". Complete with RCA cables, grounding cable, and power cord. A few scratches and smudges on the cover, but otherwise in good shape. Will sell for $45 and you pay for shipping from Seattle. PayPal, only, please

    45.00 USD

  6. View Classified Technics turntable Used Technics SL-20BD-KM belt-drive turntable. Works fine, age unknown. Has cartridge labeled "M103". Complete with RCA cables, grounding cable, and power cord. A few scratches and smudges on the cover, but otherwise in good shape. Will sell for $45 and you pay for shipping from Seattle. PayPal, only, please Seller chetthejet Date 06/26/20 Price 45.00 USD Category Analog Components  
  7. Yep, that's the one. Let us know what you think of it...
  8. If you can find it somewhere, you might be interested in trying the 1965 recording with Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia.......if nothing else because of its history. It was the first ever commercial recording of the Cooke/#10.
  9. Hey BlueDL, I have not had the issue since then. Between then and now, I've done the upgrade to the 2.8 (I was on 2.7 at the time of the problem). OTOH, I've got an UltraRendu, using the off-the-shelf Meanwell PS. Probably means nothing with regard to this problem, but just figured it was worth mentioning.
  10. You can always run the update function even if there are no updates available, at that time, to whatever existing o/s version you're running. I usually run the update function once every week or 10 days. Sometimes there are things that get updated, other times not. If there are no updates in the queue, I get the exact readout that you posted. As to the USB drive option question, I'm afraid Jesus or Andrew will have to answer that one as I don't remember.
  11. Well, I understand the bit of confusion. The way to interpret the top message is that you're currently running 2.7 and there is a 2.8 (the "latest") version available. Agreed that an additional bit of information/clarification on just how to get that update would be nice for those who don't follow the sonicorbiter thread (this is where the o/s upgrade announcements typically are seen) closely. As far as the progress messages that follow the start of the upgrade process, all they're telling you is that your version (2.7 in this case) is current and no updates ("nothing to do") to your current version are available. It's a bit like learning a new language with a relatively small vocabulary to it. Once you've worked with it a while, it makes more sense.
  12. You can only update to 2.8 via ordering a physical SD card from Sonore. Because it involves a larger o/s change, there is no web update from 2.7 to 2.8.
  13. I use it as a server (LMS), only. It's networked and resides in another part of the house from where my stereo gear is. Even though it's somewhat quiet, for me it's too noisy to be near my dac. So, my chain is microJukebox--->UltraRendu--->dac---amp. That said the little microJukebox has soldiered on, without a hiccup, for maybe 4 years, now. So, I'm extremely happy with it.
  14. If I'm not mistaken, the microjukebox does not have an SD card slot ( have one, so I'm pretty sure about this). So, it is not upgradeable via purchasing a new SD card. The microrendu does, of course, have the SD card slot, but not the microjukebox. So, Grant, don't run out and order the SD card unless you have one of the rendus. Any upgrade to the microjukebox would need to come via the upgrade button/web connection. I asked Andrew at SGC if/when this would be forthcoming and his answer was somewhat positive but a bit vague as to the timing.
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