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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    Ok, so sound quality is better via MicroSd than SSD? I can try that today too.
    ive always used a self powered hdd, but with av i dont really need it now as i can fly by wire
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    nope, just have the upnp etc on on the pi which should be on from default i think. av will pick it up on your pc and you select the pi as a dac . you can then alsio set the processing there too if you want. on av you just click connect to tidal and enter your password etc and it will pull in all your albums etc saved there to av. you can work the whole thing from av then, and sound comes out of pi to stereo. clever
    Ok, I think I'll probably fail but I'll try

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    Ok, I think I'll probably fail but I'll try
    should be a breeze. not much to it really
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    Ok, so sound quality is better via MicroSd than SSD? I can try that today too.
    Amazon have a 400gb SanDisk micro sd for just over 80 quid currently.

    That's 20p per gig. Dare I say cheap as chips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherwood View Post
    Amazon have a 400gb SanDisk micro sd for just over 80 quid currently.

    That's 20p per gig. Dare I say cheap as chips!
    cheap as chips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    SSD In the Pi so no need for the cable. I will be trying tidal when I can figure out how to do it on the pi.

    Then, it will be wired.
    If you have an Android phone or tablet use Bubble uPnP app ( it's not available on iOS ). The app accesses your Tidal account once you've entered your details and then Bubble can control Tidal and Tidal will send it direct to your Pi.

    Here's a screenshot of what services Bubble can control directly.


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    Thanks Mike. I am way out of my depth at the minute so I'll have a look at it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    Thanks Mike. I am way out of my depth at the minute so I'll have a look at it too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    Ok, so sound quality is better via MicroSd than SSD? I can try that today too.
    I've used all three - SSD, pendrive and micro sd - never noticed a blind bit of difference BUT the micro sd is handy (although requiring an adapter)

    Got a USB 3.0 adapter for this purpose (most are USB 2.0) ... also didn't seem to make any difference ... although it does get much hotter in use

    In the end I just use pen drives - as cheap as flash memory nowadays.

    Not impressed at all with 'over the air' playback via Audirvana from my Mac ... but each to their own and YMMV etc. etc.

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    So far this morning I've used, SSD and USB flash drive. Both are 3.0.

    I can't say either are better than the other.

    Had a play with internet radio, some good some bad

    Next up is playing with Bubbles.

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