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Some items left over from the days of an Apple music server: 4TB WD My Book Thunderbolt Duo. External Dual Hard Drive Storage with RAID. Two Thunderbolt ports for high-speed multi-tasking. Dual-drive storage system with user serviceable drives. User-selectable RAID 0/1 Includes Thunderbolt cable, manual and power. ($150) Apple Airport Express 802.11n (A1264) in original box with CD and manual ($30) Apple Time Capsule (A1302), 500GB, 2.4GHz and 5 GHz, 1xUSB, 4 LAN ports.($40) Western Digital My Net AC Wifi Bridge (Model I2F) 4 port gigabit with manual, LAN cable and power ($30) NetGear Wireless Adapter/Bridge. Model WNCE2001 with ethernet cable, power, manual. ($30) Sorry, the tweaked Mac Mini has already been sold. The lot for $120 plus shipping. Settlement through Paypal. Shipping is extra, but I will pay the paypal fee. Thanks!
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Hi everyone. Getting back into 2-channel audio after a long break. Original setup: Windows XP, a [email protected] sound card to a Musiland MD10 DAC via coax (I think) to a set of Rotel separates to a pair of Paradigm Studio 60 V.4s. Much of the system was also used for surround sound/movie watching. Current setup: Windows 7 64 server sending mostly lossless CD rips to an Airport Express (wired) to the Musiland MD10 via optical then directly to a Rotel RMB-1066 and finally to a pair of Paradigm Studio 10 V.5s. Analog cables are a pair of DIY cables I built years ago. Decent quality. I use iTunes and c
I am looking into a Bryston/Marantz/CAPS/Aurender type media server. Is there a difference in sound quality having Cat-5 Ethernet directly from NAS or router to media server versus say setting airport express in the listening room and running CAT-5 out of it into the media server? My problem is that we have an old house, and large distance between room where the router/modem is and the main listening room, and hardwiring everything will cost some $$$. Present Setup: a Synology NAS upstairs in an office hardwired via CAT-5 to an Apple Time Capsule. The Time capsule, however, is NOT
Having a lot of trouble with the new AEX. I get split second drop outs every minute or so using both optical or analog out. I have tried every setting on both my extreme and express, manual channels, 2.4ghz vs 5 only, and still have the split second stutter about every minute. Any solution? setup: pc running latest itunes apple extreme router (latest) apple express router (latest) acting as an extender optical out to NAD d3020 OR analog out to powered speaker condition: split second "stutter" on both
I just changed my router to an AE I am trying to get iPeng to work on my iPad2 and it is not seeing the Touch. The touch is visible on Airport Utility and I can manipulate the Touch manually to play Radio. System: Alienware Aurora Win7 Pro AE just installed; mixed network (not a separate 2.4 or 5.0 gHz; have not gotten that far yet) Squeezebox Touch; 50% wireless signal iPad2 w/ iOS 6 iPeng up to date LMS Nightly update (October 17 downloaded this morning). I have not checked my SqueezeCommander on my Android phone yet. Am I missing a setup option somewhere? Thanks, Chri