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  1. View Classified FitEar ToGo 334 Original owner. Less than 40 hours of listening time (I had my first child shortly after buying them). Includes all original accessories and ALO Audio SXC-8 cable IEM Cable (mini balanced termination). Stock cable never used. I also have ALO Audio International+ amplifier/DAC and Astell & Kern RWAK100-S available with similar (non)use. Please email, text, or call me with any questions. Thanks, Tim Seller tseipel
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    Original owner. Less than 40 hours of listening time (I had my first child shortly after buying them). Includes all original accessories and ALO Audio SXC-8 cable IEM Cable (mini balanced termination). Stock cable never used. I also have ALO Audio International+ amplifier/DAC and Astell & Kern RWAK100-S available with similar (non)use. Please email, text, or call me with any questions. Thanks, Tim

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  3. Thanks for the knowledge Eric. I appreciate it. Best, Tim
  4. Good morning and happy holidays, Would someone be so kind as to explain the differences between the Fiber Ethernet Converter and opticalModule Deluxe? I currently have AT&T U-Verse Fiber Internet coming into my house and being routed through the AT&T Network Gateway (Motorola NVG589). I have cable ethernet connections to my two music servers, one of which is an Aurender N10 and the other is a WS2019/AO3.0/FidelizerPro/Roon Core PC. I also have a handful of Raspberry Pis acting as Roon Bridges, which are connected wirelessly to an AmpliFi Mesh Wi-Fi System, which itself is c
  5. Good morning, I currently have a W7/JRMC music server in my listening room, which is connected to a McIntosh D100 DAC via a fancy/overpriced USB cable (and ASIO driver). I have my FLAC files on a 16TB WDC MyCloud EX4 NAS, which is one floor below the listening room. The NAS is connected via Ethernet to my ASUS RT-66U router, which sits in my listening room and is connected to my music server via Ethernet. My question: Can I move my music server out of my listening room, reconnect it to my network, connect my fancy/overpriced USB cable to my router, and achieve playback on my D100?
  6. Good morning, I was hoping someone could recommend resources (i.e., books, online web courses, websites, etc.) for learning Linux. I am a Neuroradiologist (i.e., village idiot) with a background in biologic sciences. I have no formal computer science training but know how to read and can count on both hands. Any help/advice would be truly appreciated. All the best, Tim
  7. Chris, Thanks so much for this intriguing build. I've been waiting for the folks over at J River to complete their Raspberry Pi Id devices, but the last time I checked they were still not ready to ship. Which leads me to my question: How would the device you designed work in a (currently) Windows-based JRMC environment? Also, do you (or anyone else in the community) have any idea whether I could mount a Linux-based version of JRMC on the Pi using J River's Id stick? As always, I truly appreciate the insight. Best regards, Tim
  8. Good afternoon, I primarily use my HDVD800 to drive my 800s, using the Sennheiser CH800S balanced cable. I've been very happy with both products. I would echo comments re: synergy between the Sennheiser amp and headphones. I find the DAC in the HDVD800 to be complementary, providing a tad bit of warmth to the cans. I also periodically use the headphone output (with the stock unbalanced cable) on my McIntosh D100, which I primarily use to drive a pair of B&W 801s via two McIntosh 601 amps. Also sounds fantastic. Massive headroom. I'm happy to comment more specifically if need
  9. Good morning, I am hoping someone can help me resolve my inability to use my modified Astell & Kern AK100 (Red Wine Audio) RWAK 100-S as a stand-alone DAC. I've reached out to Vinnie at Red Wine Audio, who is out of ideas and suggested I reach out to the community. The signal path I am trying to use is: Latest generation 13" MBP Retina (Yosemite) running J River Media Center 20 -> RWAK 100-S via iRiver-supplied USB cable -> ALO Audio International amplifier -> FitEar ToGo! 334. The Mac and JRMC both "see" the RWAK 100-S (labeled iRiver DAC) and JRMC and iTunes both
  10. Thank you to both of you for your input. I appreciate it. Tim
  11. Good morning, I am looking to replace my current music server, which is a Dell Optiplex 755 USFF with 4GB RAM running Windows 7 32-bit Ultimate. I use JRMC20 as my playback software, pulling my Lossless FLAC files from a 16TB WD MyCloud EX4 via Gigabit Ethernet. I send the signal over USB 2.0 via an Audioquest Diamond cable to a McIntosh D100 DAC, which requires a Windows ASIO driver. I wish to replace the Dell because the fan noise has become aggravating. I otherwise have had no problem with the machine performance-wise. I like the Mac Mini as it is an off-the-shelf solution. I plan o
  12. Thank you for your reply Eloise. Your suggestion is well taken. Tim
  13. Good afternoon, I recently purchased a 16TB WD MyCloud EX4, on which I store my lossless FLAC files, which are then accessed by my Win7/JRMC20 music server via a wired Ethernet connection that is attached to my ASUS RT-AC66U router. I would appreciate the community's input on NAS/router/Win7/JRMC20 settings that will maximize performance of this setup. I apologize for the simplicity/ignorance of my question and am happy to be redirected to any other forum post(s) that may address this question. Also, as someone interested in understanding how all of these pieces work, any websites or publi
  14. Sounds good on all fronts Paul. I appreciate the information re: XLD. Take care, Tim
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