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    Paul

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  1. Hear! Hear! I have the same set-up, with the Gieseler PSU. Very flexible loading options. Excellent SQ at this price point. GLTWS.
  2. Yes, they are visible to me on Firefox/Windows (PC). And very nice images they are too. To the OP, GLWTS. Nice piece of kit.
  3. Further information: For sale is a pair of Hulgich Audio FTM (Feel The Music) speaker cables in a 2.5M length. See: http://www.hulgichaudio.com.au/ftm-cable.html RRP: $1000+ The cables are in great condition and are fitted with spades at both ends (easily transferable to other plugs, as needed). They are made with 12AWG silver-plated copper for a terrific balance of detail and richness. I have enjoyed the cables a great deal . Hulgich Audio cables are made in South Australia. Photos: PLEASE READ If you include any reference to pricing w
  4. Further information: For sale is a pair of Hulgich Audio FTM (Feel The Music) speaker cables in a 2.5M length. See: http://www.hulgichaudio.com.au/ftm-cable.html The cables are in great condition and are fitted with spades at both ends (easily transferable to other plugs, as needed). They are made with 12AWG silver-plated copper for a terrific balance of detail and richness. I have enjoyed the cables a great deal - in my system they replaced a set of Kimber Kable 8TCs and Chord Epic Super Twin, both of which they comfortably eclipsed. Hulgich Audio make these cables in South A
  5. Fantastic, thanks so much. I also meant to ask - do you know if it's the original laser, or a replacement? Cheers Paul
  6. Great looking/sounding player - could you post a photo of the back and/or tell me what the "outs" are? Is there a coax output, or just optical? Many thanks! Ah, you said "more photos to come" - apologies, my question may have been hasty...
  7. This is an excellent description of the MC20. I can attest, wholeheartedly. It is at the purring heart of my system. If you're in the market at this price point (or significatly above), don't hesitate. It's a winner. GLWTS.
  8. Huge congrats, Bill. A well-earned opportunity to turn the page, and enjoy what comes next. Your RCAs and XLRs are cooking nicely in my system....I'll be peppering your "retirement" for speaker cables soon enough. All the very best for what lies ahead! Paul
  9. I can attest to the quality of these Australian-made speakers - they are, indeed, awesome. I've run a pair for nearly 15 years, and they still make me smile. They are pretty efficient, but still give 'em a bit of power, and they really sing. And the Jarrah finish is quite lovely too. GLWTS!
  10. Thanks @PCOWandre - that's really helpful. One of the issue I worked out was an IP address leasing issue. I had 2 DHCP servers on my LAN (bad idea) and didn't realise it - so the RPi and also the dedicated Roon core server both had problems with IP addresses and drop outs. I've since fixed the DHCP server issue & the Roon core works flawlessly now. However, I've sold on my I2S capable DAC so can't further test the RPi - I might try and locate a suitable DAC to test it out with a reflashed Roopiee. During the mix while reflashing the software - when I still had the I2S DAC, I wa
  11. Nice one, Bill. I'd best start saving some pennies, so to speak... 😉
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