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  1. Nice to see comment on the PM7000N. Is it warm or colder sounding?
  2. My original question was whether you can give objective evidence. Yes, skin effect occurs. Where is objective evidence comparing skin effect signal effects between single core and multi strand wire? As the saying goes, show me the data. As mentioned, I have already posted the data on the benefit of multi strand wire and it comes down to the benefit of thinner strands. The issue with thinner is the inability to carry sufficient power thus multi strand is used. Forums search feature is helpful if you want to find that discussion on speaker wire construction. I have understanding of vibration. I got a good grade in the university engineering unit on vibration in the last decade. In terms of placing wire inside an enclosure with a driver I would take firmly held in place wire and place it with a surface underneath it, making sure the surface is large. This means the preference is to place it so it's in a horizontal plane. For large surface bottom of enclosure would be first preference followed by bracing somewhere in the enclosure as second preference. That is more preferable to wire suspended in free air at the top of enclosure.
  3. I use that with my TV. works fine but it won't do AptX in receive mode, and will only do AptX in TX mode. https://www.amazon.com.au/Avantree-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Playtime/dp/B07JJCZ3WL That's an option. https://www.amazon.com.au/Avantree-Oasis-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver/dp/B07BQYYDNJ They get reasonable reviews.
  4. Yamaha R-N803D can be added to the list. Not sure if OP wanted the device to have USB DAC input. That would limit options as well.
  5. I could'nt disagree more, multi-strand flies in the face of sound science The science part of multi strand has been posted by me on the forums before. Can you give objective evidence that multi-strand flies in the face of sound science. Anything from experimental data, physics or engineering publications?
  6. CD transport -> MiniDSP USB interface -> DAC ? The upsampling requires code? Firmware change? It's not done automatically by the MiniDSP USB?
  7. This is what I understand is happening right now Initial setup: Use REW to get the frequency response of the room for L & R channel -> Create rephase compatible filter profiles using REW -> Create linear phase FIR filters for L & R channels using rephase for each sample rate -> Merge L & R filters in to a stereo WAV file for each sample rate -> Import FIR filters in a form of stereo WAV files into Roon -> Set Roon's DSP convolution feature to use the imported filters Current Signal path: Upsample audio with a sinc filter using sox (manual process) -> Bith Depth Conversion UP (done by?) -> Convolution Filter (automatic in roon endpoint?) -> Bit Depth Conversion Down (done by Roon endpoint?) -> Playback via DAC (roon endpoint) Where does the MiniDSP USB interface fits in to that?
  8. What does the signal flow look like with the MiniDSP USB interface?
  9. https://www.cambridgeaudio.com/usa/en/blog/speaker-cables Length will depend on speakers. Amazon basics speaker wire?
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