Jump to content

Re-tread

  • Content Count

    5
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Country

    United States

About Re-tread

  • Rank
    Newbie

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Greetings Alex, I just happened to have a spreadsheet at my desk that tracks that info, based on calendar and insertion time. Modern technology lends itself for such self indulgences w/o much effort. I tend to track new items for the first 600-hours, so I know where it is (I am) in the break in process. 😎 Thanks again!
  2. Greetings all, Just a brief report on my Listening Impressions from my new JS-2. Although I inserted a few ancillaries simultaneously (see details below), I will try to focus primarily on the JS-2. Right out of the box, the JS-2 is really stunning. Heft, build precision, and top fit & finish. No slouching here. [Even the double-boxed parcel and reusable packaging is noteworthy.] My JS-2 break-in period came in 2 staggered stages, and the scientific method (1 change at a time) was *not* followed, however, I can try to describe my journey and ultimate aural elation.
  3. Thank you, @Varadero xl 1000v for your photos and initial impressions. Please keep us posted on the aural developments as the PhoenixNET settles in with additional hours. I believe all Innuos devices (with the Mundorf caps and large toroidals) will take about 400-hours to fully break in. It should open up a bit more as it reaches the 400-500 hour mark. I am very intrigued with this new PhoenixNET device, as my digital front-end is currently: Innuos Zenith 3 + PhoenixUSB. I also have an UpTone eRegen w/ JS-2 dual-rail LPS (powering the eR & my modem) ahead of the Innuos ki
  4. UPDATE: I emailed iPeng about my "lost" Playlists, and received a very nice reply from Joerg (at iPeng), who explained to me that my Playlists are *not* actually stored within the iPeng app, but, they are actually saved in my Innuos Zenith server. He suggested if they are "lost", then it sounds like my server cannot find/locate them. This issue must have occurred when I upgraded my InnuOS firmware the night before. In the meantime, I have been able to recreate 95% of my Playlists with no problem. I did lose 1 custom playlist, however, that will be impossible to duplicate. I'll
  5. Greetings streaming community. I just returned home this afternoon, and went to my iPad Pro 12.9", and saw all of my custom "Playlists" on my iPeng app (v9, I believe) are missing (i.e., gone!). I use iPeng to drive the playback on my Innuos Zenith mk3. I have emailed iPeng in Germany, but I though this group may have some insight/recommendations on how to recover my playlists. Note: I just upgraded my InnuOS firmware to 1.4.6 last night. Is that the culprit. In summary: how do I recover my Playlist? Thank you! Re-Tread.
×
×
  • Create New...