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  1. Thread bump, still available. This is around half the local price for a 1.5m pair.
  2. Thread bump. 1 x 7ft (2.1m) and 3 x 16ft (4.8m) lengths still available.
  3. Thread bump. HiFiBerry DAC+ PRO board still available for $80 pickup and the official HiFiBerry steel case for $25 pickup. Please don't hesitate to PM me to discuss shipping.
  4. Thread bump. 1 x 7ft (2.1m) and 3 x 16ft (4.8m) lengths still available.
  5. Thread bump. 1 x 7ft (2.1m) and 3 x 16ft (4.8m) lengths still available.
  6. Thread bump. HiFiBerry DAC+ PRO board still available for $80 pickup and the official HiFiBerry steel case for $25 pickup.
  7. Thread bump, still available. This is around half the local price for a 1.5m pair.
  8. Thread bump. HiFiBerry DAC+ PRO still available for $80 pickup and the steel case for $25 pickup.
  9. Good quality NAS

    Seagate copped a bit of a flogging here from Hanz yesterday. Eeep. Here's hoping I don't have issues with the IronWolf Pro's
  10. Good quality NAS

    Just setup the new Synology NAS and noticed they recommend to use the Btrfs file system, which I did with the HDD's. Their website says " Btrfs provides checksums for data and metadata, generates two copies of metadata, and then verifies the checksums during each read process. " Does that do the same as you were recommending above, in terms of doing it's own checksums? https://www.synology.com/en-us/dsm/Btrfs I also followed your terrific advice and setup a separate Gmail account just for the NAS for all alerts. And I had that NAS account forward all emails to my personal email. When setting up email notifications Synology asks your Gmail account for access to your emails, so that's why it's a great idea to setup a separate email just for the NAS and have it forward emails to wherever you want. If anyone knows if any of the 4-pins on the DC power plug goes to chassis earth that would be a great help. Struggling to find any info on the web. Never used that kind of DC power plug before Cheers!
  11. Thread bump. 1 x 7ft (2.1m) and 3 x 16ft (4.8m) lengths still available.
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