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I know I already have a post about this issue but I can't edit the other post so I am creating a new one. I found out that my TV works on the 100mb B'side. On the A side there is no light on the port. I have tried different cables but can't get it to work. My AppleTV 4K works need to test my Marantz Processor. The TV works on my old https://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-5-Port-Ethernet-Unmanaged-FS105NA/dp/B00002EQCW As I was googling my NETGEAR switch I just found out it was only a 100mb switch Then the next logic step was to found out if the TV supported Gigabit network. So the question can be boiled down to this: Can a device that only support 100mb be connect to a gigabit connection?
I'm still an audiophile when I watch TV. And my computer is now by best source for ripped movies too since I am back to the future with a Kuro 500 Plasma TV (that doesn't have the capability to process my Blu-Ray remuxes) I could do with the included in IINA (new os x player based on mpv) eQ but I want better. However I must confess I have not been able to write a correct syntax to get IINA trigger FFmpeg afir that would convolve the IR filters I have designed for HQplayer. Anyone can help?
I'm trying to get an audiophile sound when playing remux ripped blu-rays on my computer. Getting the right syntax to make afir work in FFmpeg would be a way. At the moment I follow Bob Stern's advice to try Audio Hijack to capture the audio output of my video player app and put an AU in. Allloy 2 works but I know I can beat simple eQ with my filters REW/RePhase designed for HQP. I can't get iZotope Trash nor Fog convolver to simply convolve my own 2 channels FIR. The simple but mighty old LAconvolver works and beats Alloy 2 yet. However it resamples my filters to 44.1 and I'd like to keep things 24/96 at least. Furthermore, there is a several second lag between image and sound with LAConcolver. I'll try to sync via video player app but would definetely prefer a better performing solution Any suggestion?