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  1. The Lumin mini is ethernet only. I have a Netgear Orbing with a satellite and use Ethernet from the satellite. I have also used ethernet over power lines and that has also worked very well. Don't sacrifice quality without exploring options to connect the Lumin U1 mini. For the money there is nothing better...IMO.
  2. $1995.00 - Like new condition Classe Sigma 2200i - $5500.00 MSRP Buyer pays shipping (will ship FedEx Insured) I have been very happy with this integrated amplifier and to be honest it sounds a little better than my last integrated (Mark Levinson 585). I just don't use the streaming capabilities, HDMI, the DAC, etc.Personal check (10 days to clear), Postal Money Order, or PayPal (add 3% fee) to PayPal verified address.Class "A" Stereophile Rated Integrated Amplifier. Selling due to grabbing a killer deal on an Ayre AX-5 Twenty Integrated.I'm the original owner and purchased this item new in July, 2019. The five year Classe warranty is fully transferable. Over 4.5 years of warranty left.Check my perfect feedback on dozens of transactions on USAudiomart and Audiogon (userID - sfseay).I have over 350 transactions on eBay over 20 years with 100% positive feedback (userID - sfseay12).Mint Condition - It looks brand new, no scuffs, marks or smudges. Less than four months old.Wonderful sounding amp with built in DAC, HDMI Inputs, Balanced Inputs, Unbalanced Inputs, SPDIF, USB Audio, Ethernet input for streaming direct, parametric equalizer, 200Wpc into 8 ohms (400Wpc into 4 ohms), subwoofer output with adjustable high/low pass filters, phone/tablet app control, remote control, The rear panel's Ethernet connector can be used for Apple's AirPlay or DLNA, and can also support IP control.Download spec sheet are owners manuals here - https://support.classeaudio.com/files/documents/datasheet/sigma/CLASSE_Sigma_2200i_Datasheet_en.pdfhttps://support.classeaudio.com/files/documents/owners_manual/sigma/CLASSE_Sigma_2200i_Manual_v1.3_en.pdfStereophile Class "A" Rated Integrated Amplifier - Stellar Review - https://www.stereophile.com/content/classé-sigma-2200i-integrated-amplifierThe Sigma 2200i Stereo Integrated Amplifier is designed for music lovers and AV enthusiasts who want high performance control and amplification from a diverse range audio sources. Its connectivity and processing power accommodate the ever increasing array of music and AV sources, allowing them to be accessed and enjoyed without compromise.All tests un-weighted and 20Hz – 20kHz measurement bandwidth used.Frequency response 10Hz – 20kHz, -1dB into 4ΩOutput power 2x200W rms into 8Ω 2x400W rms into 4ΩHarmonic Distortion <0.018% @ 1kHz Both channels driven to 1/8th power into 4ΩPeak Output Voltage 113V peak to peak, 40V rms no loadInput Impedance 100kΩ Balanced / 50kΩ SEInput level at clipping 2 Vrms SE / 4 Vrms BalancedSignal to Noise Ratio 97 dBStandby power consumption < 0.5WRated powerconsumption 185WMains voltage 90V - 264V, 50/60HzOverall Dimensions Width: 17.00" (433mm)Depth (excluding connectors): 14.57" (370mm)Height: 5.50" (140mm)Net weight 26.7 lbs (12.11 kg)Shipping weight 34.3 lbs (15.57 kg) Includes everything it came with when new - power cord, remote, ethernet cable, and all factory packaging.
  3. I use Time Machine and create a full backup bootable drive with SuperDuper monthly. I believe two backup strategies work best. I have used Carbon Copy cloner and prefer SuperDuper.
  4. Dragging and dropping is faster and more efficient. The HAP Music Transfer app is slower.
  5. Got the new DCS Network Bridge and connected it to a DCS Debussy DSC using two AES/EBU cables. Stunning sound with DSD 128 running over DOP. All resolutions sound more dynamic with a wider soundstage than my previous Direcstream DAC/Lumin U1 combo. Running it 7*24 to help it burn in, but a definite upgrade for my system. Very happy with the new combination.
  6. *** WARNING - Dumb Questions Posting *** I have a new Network Bridge coming in the next week or so. I plan to connect it to my Debussy DAC using dual AES/EBU connections. Should I connect the clock out from the NB to the Debussy Clock input? Not sure about this function and if it would work or if it is necessary AI missing anything here regarding the connections? Can I connect the clock from the NB To the Debussy and will improve the sound quality? I currently have an Aurender N10 that I will be selling as I want to get back to using Roon (lifetime license) and have an all DCS solution. I do have a NAS, and also don’t need the server portion of the N10. I will compare the sound of the NB side by side, but everything I have read tells me the NB will sound better. I’m looking forward to getting my new NB soon!
  7. Thanks. I previously filtered by the network bridge. I see the complete list now
  8. I see from dCS’s website there are two dealers in the USA. One of the dealers - hifibuys - doesn’t have any DCS products on their site. The only other US dealer is listed in NY. Where are people buying their Network Bridges in the US? thanks in advance for any assistance. Looking to buy one now.
  9. No, but I did notice today it played a 192 file and both AES lights on the Debussy lit up. I couldn’t duplicate it by laying the file a second time. I reset the Debussy to factory default. Still no go.
  10. I have a W20 connected to a Debussy DAC and can’t get both AES lights to go on when playing DSD 64/128 files. I have the Debussy DDP hardware version and firmware 2.30. Tried two different sets of AES/EBU cables. The W20 has two-wire mode enabled, but no double lights. DCS said it should work. I have a support request into Aurender.
  11. There is something wrong with your Sony. You can scan while playing music. And, three weeks to scan 800gb is way out of the norm. Perhaps you need to reformat your HDD or replace it
  12. I have seen it on my old one I had, but I forget what it means. It is defined in the user guide though.
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