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bunno77

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  1. Nice that they have gone the wireless route with the II
  2. Very happy this thread is still going. I still don't own them but have heard them quite a few times now. Can I ask if you have compared this to using the ethernet input ie Roon/DLNA etc via ethernet
  3. It is late here so maybe I am not looking correctly but I don't see any contact details on this site
  4. Good read thank you Very similar dip around the 50-70hz (green line) as mine in the early days in my current home. It jumped out to me immediately. I have got it a bit better since then but can't find pics. Your adjusted graph looks incredible and no doubt there is more done than just simple frequency response Once Roon added convolution I bought a lifetime license. Such a good feature. Might be worth getting pro help like you did?
  5. That's why I named this thread "active". They aren't wireless like Dynaudios (obv need power cables)
  6. Haha good point. They do DLNA and I find it to work well though many don't.
  7. Have been running on a noisy i7 gaming laptop. Just waiting for a cheap NUC and will try make it ROCK and fanless.
  8. Yeah I wouldn't doubt it but more and more companies are beginning to incorporate it. I am just being hopeful.
  9. I personally would be happy to pay for another SD card if the big streaming services Spotify, Tidal, Qobuz, Deezer, Google Play and or Chromecast were added. There is the thread about Chromecast so others are interested in this too but maybe not so happy to pay.
  10. Pretty cool new addition and great that new features are being added to older devices. Not something I would use though. I was hoping for native app support or Chromecast.
  11. Can only thank my mother and her fantastic JVC and sherman tank speakers for this. So much cooler than my father
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