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I have recently opted out of Roon and have downloaded the most recent JRiver. I have a NAS drive and am using the Ethernet (which I prefer) connection.
I have a mixture of DSD, hi res and red book. I have enabled the WDM feature. I am having problems swapping between album types where I get a lot of white noise.
Also the only driver I can see is Kernel for the Devialet.
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Item: Sonore microRendu, updated v2.6 firmware
Price: $400 $360 ono, plus postage as required (currently US$499)
Item Condition: Good, 2 tiny marks on the case, but working perfectly
Reason for selling: NLU, prefer Aries in my setup
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal (+3% unless F/F)
I bought this a few months ago from an SNAer. I upgraded the firmware to the latest 2.6 version, due to having some issues, which turned out to be a problem with my JRiver installation . I will include the spare microSD with the old firmware. I have a generic 9V SMPS which was included in the purchase, and will include that unless you want to save on postage! (but I would highly recommend using an LPS or iFi)
Thanks for looking
Item: Sonore microRendu streamer - Silver (firmware 2.5)
Location: Forestville NSW
Price: $400 plus postage (likely $10)
Item Condition: used
Reason for selling: simplified systems
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal
Extra Info: I've owned this since new. I've upgraded the SonicOrbiter firmware to 2.5 from 2.1.
Note that this doesn't come with a power supply - you can choose how much or how little you want to spend on this option. From the website... http://www.sonore.us/microRendu.html
iFi iPower power supply - 9VDC CIAudio linear power supply - 7VDC Teddy Pardo linear power supply - 7VDC HD-Plex Linear power supply - adjust to 7VDC Uptone Audio UltraCap LPS-1 power supply - set to 7VDC Uptone Audio JS-2 linear power supply - set to 7VDC Vinnie Rossi LIO with microRendu output stage Sbooster - 9VDC Sonore Signature Series linear power supply - 7VDC
I would recommend iFi iPower for a good and reasonable price option. For a great Linear Power Supply (LPS) at a good value price, I recommend Clay Gieseler's power supplies - see SNA forum https://www.stereo.net.au/forums/forum/143-gieseler-audio/
USB hard adaptor is supplied, and I can supply an ethernet cable if you need one. Also would recommend Curious USB cables.
In December Roon issued an update which inluded support for Iphones and iPads to become Roon endpoints.
More info here: http://www.digitalaudioreview.net/2017/12/v1-4-seasons-greetings-from-roon/
Previously this was only possible by using iPeng.
What is quite exciting is that some people over at Computeraudiophile reckons an iPhone 6 Plus sounds better than a microRendu. (An older iPad and Mini2 were still outperformed by the MRendu).
It does require a lightning to usb connector to connect to a dac.
Maybe not the most convenient way to play music if you need the device whilst listening, but it does offer lots of possibilities.
Now I am wondering if the same applies to Android phones which had this ability already?
Looking forward to more developments/news/feedback.
Item: Sonore microRendu (Black - limited edition which was only sold during Black Friday Sale 2016) Also includes power supply, code for extended 2 month trial to Roon and standard accessories
Location: Gold Coast, QLD
Price: $700 $600
Item Condition: perfect, barely used
Reason for selling: upgraded to ultraRendu
Payment Method: Pickup or standard delivery within Australia - Cash, Paypal, Direct Deposit
Extra Info: OS 2.3, included standard 9V SMPS, Code for extended 2 month trial to Roon, Direct USB A to B connector, unused stick-on rubber feet
-Computer Audiophile - Overall Product of the Year 2016
-Audio Stream - Runner Up Product of the Year 2016