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Marco Klobas

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  1. Really? I didn’t know. Better be careful, then, when talking about kettles among tea aficionados.
  2. The amount of panels chosen, match the classic layout to treat acoustically an average room, IMO. Mid-high absorbers for side walls, ceiling and front wall – bass traps for back wall and corners. They put 6 bass traps on the back wall. Maybe 4 would have been sufficient and they could have used some diffusers instead. The rendering shows no floor treatment (carpet) and in the video footage the floor isn't visible. Unfortunately domestic rooms are often impossible to treat in the same way due to aesthetic reasons and ... acceptance issues coming from other members living
  3. I’ve just updated both the Core (Mac) and iOS/iPadOS apps without problems. Actually, the update started on the Core first followed by the mobile app. Once the Core updated, the outdated mobile app alerted me to update it too, providing a link to the App Store. After updating the mobile app, everything worked flawlessly.
  4. Apple TV upsample (or downsample depending what are you sending to it) everything to 48 kHz which is a standard for video sound stuff. It's not a "bitperfect" audio device. Example: a 44.1 kHz audio file sent to Apple TV is upsampled to 48 kHz. If you feed the Apple TV through AirPlay is potentially even worse: everything is flattened to 44.1 kHz first (due to the AirPlay protocol) and then, when reached the Apple TV, upsampled again to 48 kHz. So, say, if you AirPlay a 96 kHz file, you get: 96 kHz -> 44.1 kHz -> 48 kHz. I don't
  5. What I did appreciate was the “Beethoven in close-up”, a series of concerts by Berliner Philharmoniker's Digital Concert Hall, performing all of the composer’s string quartets and other chamber music works for wind instruments. https://www.berliner-philharmoniker.de/en/titelgeschichten/20202021/beethoven/ https://www.digitalconcerthall.com/en/concerts
  6. Are you sure it doesn't work? I have a Mac mini with Big Sur and XLD works. Besides the app has been updated just a week ago.
  7. Not a DIY simple solution, anyway it could be useful for an inspiration: https://auralex.com/studiodoor/ By the way, I use their LENRD Bass Traps in the corners to treat acoustically my room.
  8. In this case, you definitely can connect the Lumin to your amp/DAC via BNC. Speaking of sound quality: it depends which DAC sounds better to you. You can compare the sound coming from the Lumin through its XLR output with the sound coming from the DAC inside your amplifier and then decide. Take into account the versatility of the DAC in comparison with the Lumin as well. The T1, for example, is capable of decoding DSD format. Not all DACs have this feature.
  9. BNC is used for digital output. You can't connect a digital signal directly to an amplifier (unless it has a DAC integrated). XLR (in your case) is used for analogue output. You are already using the best analogue connection between Lumin and your amplifier, in my opinion.
  10. The Editor (sidebar) is resizable up to 600px wide. Fields can be edited either in the sidebar or in the list window.
  11. I use Meta when I need to tweak tags of my audio files. A trial is available to check if it suits your needs. I used to rely on Tag for basic tagging, then I switched to Meta.
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    ––––– New Lower Price ––––– Bryston Digital to Analogue Converter. Used, Functioning Unit, Very Good Conditions. Made in Canada. Silver Faceplate Euro Voltage 220V 50-60 Hz Euro (Schuko) Power Cable 8 Inputs USB, AES/EBU, 2 x S/PDIF RCA, 2 x S/PDIF BNC, 2 x Toslink PCM Support Up to 192 kHz / 32 bit Selectable Upsampling for Some Inputs Separate Power Supplies for Analog and Digital Circuitry Fully Discrete Class-A Balanced Analog Outputs RCA and Balanced XLR Analog Outputs Aluminum Chassis and Metalwork Manual and Windows USB Drivers (USB Key) No Original Box (Sorry) Shipping from Italy – Shipping Cost Included Dimensions (inches) 17 W x 2.75 H x 12 D Weight 15 lbs / 7 kg Further Informations Available on Bryston Website.

    1,250.00 USD

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    Used, very good conditions – like new, LUMIN U1 MINI audio streamer. Silver Color Universal (100–240V) Power Supply European + UK Plug Cable Provided Ethernet Cable Provided Original Box Shipping from Italy (Costs Included) I'm selling it because I intend to get the T2 model. Further informations about the streamer are available on manufacturer's website: LUMIN website

    1,200.00 USD

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