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  1. yep, nosing 😂 another list of someone's preferences, nothing's wrong with it TBF but not my cup of tea (except few specific movies)... I like the local top 100 based on peoples votes (similar to IMDB chart)
  2. fresh veggie, 400 watts of it to be precise, but who cares, nobody's willing to read what's in the menu so no worries, it'll be shut down soon, I'm receiving last set of orders
  3. @georgehifi first of all, did you read entire thread from Amir and consequent 22 pages of discussion with further measurements including Q&A with Bruno P. I attached into my first post? coz if not then I would highly recommend it before we discuss any technicalities further, I believe it would save time and arguments... and I would recommend it to everyone reading this thread... second re your repeating point about fried tweeters, if you've read any of Bruno's comments regarding this topic you know by now that in good class D design even without GaN there is no way to cook tweeters with amp switching frequency coz there's not enough content and energy to do so unless there's a fault elsewhere, I once experienced what might be similar effect by listening to faulty DAC (high amount of oscillation leaking into audio band confirmed later by the scope) connected to the class D amp, I couldn't hear it but I could feel it by fatigue sound, since than after fixing the DAC zero issues, would I blame amp for it? not saying it was your case but without knowing what was happening under the scope is hard to judge, and even than we don't know if that specific amp wasn't faulty ...
  4. guys, can we keep discussion around product in the topic? if you need to talk about class D vs. others or what term "better" means take it to the great audio debate with it's own class D thread, too much thread around same subject closed just because people where arguing that something can't be better than something else, thanks ... Dan
  5. latest Hellboy - what to say, bloodfest for those who like it but nothing for me...
  6. Not sure if you answered your own question but it’s simple, DAC chip as well as receiver chip prior are one way devices, there’s no feedback loop between them or between them and transmitter to say I received error please send the packets again so even if you know about it you can’t do anything with it, and even if you could once the chip clock is locked to the signal it starts processing signal no matter how many error it contains coz signal stream is flowing real time, more expensive DACs contain buffering to fix potential errors in clocking (jitter) but even than they can fix only certain amount of problems coz once the signal contains errors from transmitter prior to receiving it they can’t send message back hey I received error send it again like in case of telecom protocol, DAC chips these days don’t produce much errors by them self but are more prone to input signal quality so designers needs to take into account how clean the signal will be prior to DAC chip to get maximum out of it - just to simplify the overall problem with digital audio processing plenty of info on this or other forums as well as on the web about digital audio signal processing and conversion and all troubles related to it if you are interested
  7. Couple of questions, have you been listening to the same DAC (streamer connected into CD player input? Or streamer had it’s own DAC or connected to external DAC? I can imagine slightly different sound in case of using CD player front end (digital input) but it shouldn’t be night and day unless there’s something wrong with it but in case streamer has been connected into different DAC or its own then no wonder they sounded differently
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