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  1. I did not. I had a Sonore UltraDigital prior to the Kitsune SU-2
  2. Hi Alex, you and I spoke on the phone a few months back, I am the guy in CT that works at a contract manufacturer. I do not know how any of this stuff actually works, but I do know how it's manufactured ;) The photo is of a Kitsune SU-2. A gentleman on headfi named b0bb who is the resident expert engineer on modding referred to the other two as "slave clocks". He had asked me if I could look into seeing who the manufacturer of the parts were as the markings came up with an empty search. My engineering deciphered the parts for him as: They are made by Taitien. Digikey ca
  3. I agree with you. It becomes diminishing returns. I like your comments "since forever" and I couldn't agree more. I can't remember the last time I've spent so much time listening to music. The LKS/Singxer combo is bliss for me
  4. I agree. There's not much talk of the SU-2. I really lucked out with my Kitsune SU-2, found it used for $350. Upsampling to DSD512 with HQPlayer/Roon never sounded so good :)
  5. Correct! Scroll up...edited my post to show you a pic
  6. The regulators you see were installed as part of the Kitsune edition mod. The only mod I did to the unit was the crystal swap. And yes, I notice a difference. The Accusilicon part is a Thru-hole Crystal meaning the pins go thru the board and get soldered. The Crystek is a surface mount part, it has no leads which is why it need to be soldered to the adapter board which has 4 leads, just like the Accusilicon part. You need two of these little adapter boards to mount the Crysteks, the far right bottom image will give you an idea of what you are working with. Disregard everything else in the imag
  7. If you want to do the mod, I used the RHEA Adapter board from Twisted Pair Audio, scroll all the way to the bottom of this link: Rhea Adapter Board And also some really good soldering skills. I work at a company that does printed circuit board assembly so I had one of the solderers do the surgery under a microscope, soldering the surface mount Crystals to the RHEA Adapter board
  8. Time Left: 14 days and 18 hours

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    Samsung 970 EVO Plus 256GB NVME M.2 Drive. Literally brand new with Rock installed. Bought this to build a NUC that would handle upsampling to DSD512. Unfortunately the NUC couldn't handle this. NUC ran for less than a day before this Drive was removed. My loss, your gain.

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  9. View Classified Samsung 970 EVO Plus 256GB NVME M.2 Drive Samsung 970 EVO Plus 256GB NVME M.2 Drive. Literally brand new with Rock installed. Bought this to build a NUC that would handle upsampling to DSD512. Unfortunately the NUC couldn't handle this. NUC ran for less than a day before this Drive was removed. My loss, your gain. Seller fmzip Date 02/25/21 Price 45.00 USD Category
  10. So prior to HQP player, you were able to upsample 44.1K to DSD512 to your DAC? Yes/No? I had the same dead playbar issue with Roon when I first tried setting it up as "localhost" in Roon. As mentioned previously, have you tried inputting the PC's IP address instead of "localhost". Do you know where to find the PC's IPaddress? That solved my issue. Have you tried that? Yes/No?
  11. I would post your question in the Sonore forum and ask why they think your Rendu keeps switching on it's own back and forth to Roon Ready versus HQplayer NAA. https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/forum/24-sonore-sponsored/ And yes, when you use the "App Switcher" and toggle it to HQPlayer NAA, the Rendu will no longer show up as an endpoint in Roon. That's exactly how it's supposed to work. Toggle it back to "Roon Ready", UltraRendu will show up as an endpoint in Roon
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