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    Glad you got it all sorted Tony.
    The squeezebox software is fantastic, loads of great plug ins to explore.
    Sorry,
    I can't un- hear what Iíve heard with my own ears to fit your clip board science...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    as a digital front end it is outstanding..had a proper listen last night, real game changer for me.

    squeeze box software ...still loads of support

    out performs a MAC at a fraction of the cost

    investigating a linear supply
    Hi Tony, glad you have found the Innuos makes a significant difference. I was gobsmacked when I moved from my Macbook pro running Audirvana to the Innuos. It was simply no contest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wee tee cee View Post
    squeeze box software ...still loads of support
    I've been banging on about how good it is for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    Hi Tony, glad you have found the Innuos makes a significant difference. I was gobsmacked when I moved from my Macbook pro running Audirvana to the Innuos. It was simply no contest.
    James
    Gobsmacked sums it up perfectly.

    i hadnt realised how much better digital could sound

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    Contacted Innous support regards inability to get spotify playing....came straight back to me-should be sorted by the end of the week.

    they offered to help remotely-bit too much for me...the support is excellent.

    had one of the troops over for a listen....he confirmed what im hearing-game changer for me

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    Don't really see the point of comparing the output of whichever Innous variant and a laptop
    Bit like comparing the utility of a surgeon's scalpel with a swiss army knife ...

    Just as I doubt a Zen Mini would be much good for word-processing or video editing, there is no reason why a laptop (of whatever make) should equal or outdo a gizmo designed for, and dedicated to, handling music files.
    If I did buy a Zen (for instance) I would still keep a desktop machine for all the other stuff I use it for - the Zen would simply be an additional expense.

    What would be useful for those (such as myself) contemplating buying a streamer and/or ripper would be comparisons with 'like-for like' gadgets.
    As it is I still don't have much of a scooby about them ... and there are so many out there - seems to be more by the day!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikmas View Post
    Don't really see the point of comparing the output of whichever Innous variant and a laptop
    Bit like comparing the utility of a surgeon's scalpel with a swiss army knife ...

    Just as I doubt a Zen Mini would be much good for word-processing or video editing, there is no reason why a laptop (of whatever make) should equal or outdo a gizmo designed for, and dedicated to, handling music files.
    If I did buy a Zen (for instance) I would still keep a desktop machine for all the other stuff I use it for - the Zen would simply be an additional expense.

    What would be useful for those (such as myself) contemplating buying a streamer and/or ripper would be comparisons with 'like-for like' gadgets.
    As it is I still don't have much of a scooby about them ... and there are so many out there - seems to be more by the day!!
    so what do you store your digital files on?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    so what do you store your digital files on?
    SSD

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikmas View Post
    SSD
    On what, NAS or laptop or server?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    On what, NAS or laptop or server?
    ... none of the above

    Not particularly sure why that's relevant to the workings of a streamer/ripper/server - surely such a machine would make whatever I currently use redundant?

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