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  1. I used piCoreplayer to stream Tidal. https://www.picoreplayer.org Everything (including the LMS server) can be in a box, and the "ipeng" remote control app on ios is great too.
  2. Thank you for your kind words. It's a very good DAP and I did enjoy it when I paired it with my Grado RS1, however I spend most of the time on speakers now and sold my Grado already.
  3. Item: Shanling M5 AK4490 HiFi Lossless DSD Portable Mini Music Player (Silver) Location: Melbourne Price: $350 + postage ($6xx when new) Item Condition: very good (screen protector on since day one.) Reason for selling: Not use anymore Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: First owner, very light use after purchased new couple year ago. This DAP doesn't have internal memory and TF card is not included in this sale. A 32G Sandisk or Samsung TF card for additional $10. Tech specs Screen: 3 inch IPS HD resolution display (480X800) Audio format: DSF, DFF, ISO, APE, FLAC, ALAC, WMA, AAC, OGG, MP3, WAV, AIFF Sampling rate: 44.1kHZ-192kHZ Output Level: 1.3VrmS D / A converter chip: AK4490 Amp chip: a voltage amplifier chip AO86lO, current amplifier chip BUF634 Low-pass filter chip: JRC MUSES8920 Decoding: maximum support 384 kHz / 32bit USB: USB Micro-B [data transfer and charging (MAC and PC)] Output ports: headphone output (3.5mm), Line / coaxial output (3.5mm) Output Power: 300mw @ 32ohm / 20mw @ 300ohm Dynamic range: 110-20kHz (-0.2dB) Distortion: <0.003% SNR:> 105dB Clock Jitter: 30ps (Typ) Reference clock jitter: 200fs External Storage: Maximum support 128G TF card Battery: 3400mAH lithium battery Life time: 9-10 hours Support System: Windows XP, Windows7, 8, 10 (32 / 64bit), MAC OS X 10.7 upwards Dimensions: 57 X 13.8X120mm Weight: 135g Reviews: https://www.head-fi.org/showcase/shanling-m5-hifi-lossless-dsd-portable-player-grey.21579/reviews https://headfonics.com/2016/08/the-m5-dap-by-shanling/ Discussion in Head-fi: https://www.head-fi.org/threads/shanling-m5-impressions-discussion-thread.799595/ Pictures: (Note:it may look like gold under the light, but it's actually silver)
  4. Item: DIY Zigmahornet Horn Speakers Location: Melbourne Price: $300 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: itchy bug to fund sth different Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Purchase from another SNAer a few months ago, putting in my bed room since then, same condition as when I took them. And hopefully he doesn't mind I stole his description and pictures below. The speakers are very easy to drive, I have been using a Mcchanson 6EM7 (2w set amp) to drive them and I rarely need to turn the volume pot beyond 12 o'clock. About 1.5 meters height, base panel 450mmx285mm. Pick up only. "I believe these were built by someone in USA and then imported into Australia by the previous owner. They contain 2 x Fostex Fe126en full range drivers (4.5") in each cabinets (1x front, 1x back). Sounds very good for relaxed listening. Very efficient drivers so very easy to drive." https://www.fostexinternational.com/docs/speaker_components/pdf/FE126En.pdf http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/zigmahornet/zigmahornet.html Photos:
  5. Item: McChanson's Mini Integrated Amp 6EM7 Location:Melbourne Price: $300 + postage Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: to fund sth different Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Purchase from another SNAer a few months ago. 2w SET Amp, further information can be found from this ebay link: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/1-x-Eric-McChansons-Mini-Integrated-Amp-6EM7-2W-SET-Tube-Valve-Amp-NEW/123756804514?hash=item1cd07af9a2:g:6LgAAOSw94FdDwiK Photos: (same photos from the original ad, still the same condition, and hopefully the original seller doesn't mind I stole his photos)
  6. Item: DIY Zigmahornet Horn Speakers Location: Melbourne Price: $300 Item Condition: Very good Reason for selling: itchy bug to fund sth different Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Purchase from another SNAer a few months ago, putting in my bed room since then, same condition as when I took them. And hopefully he doesn't mind I stole his description and pictures below. The speakers are very easy to drive, I have been using a Mcchanson 6EM7 (2w set amp) to drive them and I rarely need to turn the volume pot beyond 12 o'clock. About 1.5 meters height, base panel 450mmx285mm. Pick up only. "I believe these were built by someone in USA and then imported into Australia by the previous owner. They contain 2 x Fostex Fe126en full range drivers (4.5") in each cabinets (1x front, 1x back). Sounds very good for relaxed listening. Very efficient drivers so very easy to drive." https://www.fostexinternational.com/docs/speaker_components/pdf/FE126En.pdf http://www.6moons.com/audioreviews/zigmahornet/zigmahornet.html Photos:
  7. For playing dsf file (DSD64 to DSD512) natively, SACD iso or transcoding DSF/DSD to PCM, any i5 cpu with 4G ram should be more than enough. But if upsampling is required, depending on the software you use and algorithm/parameters you choose, i5 cpu may not be fast enough.
  8. IMO, unless you are going to use hqplayer or roon, the PC you are planning to buy is overkilled. And I agree that money can be spent on a better DAC. What's the spec of your current PC? I don't use JRiver but I have used foobar2000 on a little mini pc only with very low end intel CPU (Intel 3736F), 2G rom, and Picoreplayer on raspberry Pi 2B. Both played DSD files without any issue.
  9. or from the phone running Kazoo, use a web browser to test the minimserver connectivity via putting in the following URL: http://the ip of minimserver PC:9790
  10. In the Kazzo settings, all the servers are marked "unavailable", means the Kazzo lost connection to those servers. Have you tried another device?
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