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  1. It's also quite a bit more expensive than JRiver updates for major versions.
  2. I believe he said that he would be emailing people who have not already been assigned a number in the queue once all of the information pertaining to those orders had been updated. Those of us who already have a build number should not expect to hear from him. Hopefully, we will be getting a monthly update on build and ship status posted to this thread, although Paul has never made such a commitment to do so despite repeated pleas.
  3. Any benefit to using the JS-2 with your NAS? Does it bring the NAS to the level of the external HDD powered by the JS-2?
  4. Pardon my presumptuousness, but I think your time would be much better spent focusing on eliminating the SR7 backlog. The best thing you can do for your business prospects is to prove that you are still capable of producing SR7s. Until then, new buyers are likely to be far and few between. Everyone is tired of the constant excuses.
  5. Given the multiple computer failures of the past few months, how can we be certain that our power supplies will be produced according to our order specifications, especially considering that so many of them have been changed during the very prolonged wait?
  6. I was unimpressed by an SR7 DR at 12V powering my M-Scaler, so I don't believe there would be any benefit to using an SR4 at 12V on your M-Scaler.
  7. Someday you should try a blue fuse. You won't be disappointed.
  8. Just to clarify, for an SR blue fuse, you want a small, slow blow fuse rated 1.3 to 1.6x the stock fuse.
  9. They are slow blow. For whatever reason, the blue fuses can be (but not necessarily are) more sensitive than standard fuses of similar type and rating.
  10. With SR blue fuses, you can use a multiple of 1.3 to 1.6x what Paul used in your build. You really should check the fuse in your SR7. The fuses may vary along with the builds.
  11. You have to send the gear to Korea. Shipping is expensive, too.
  12. I would say @romaz didn't mince words, either. He is positively gushing. I concur with his comments regarding the tX-USBultra and Evox caps. For extra fun, the internal DC cable on my tX is now 20 AWG solid core Neotech silver wire that has JSSG360 shielding. The effect on the noise floor is jaw dropping.
  13. You should have some available clock points in your SOtM switch that could be used to re-clock your NUC. You wouldn't need to add any components other than SMB cables.
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