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    Last edited by LeRoy; 05-18-2012 at 09:22 AM. Reason: edit
    My audio lab:
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    Thanks for the good links. I hope anyone with reference links to sites listing multiple music recommendations will include them. We already have threads for single record recommendations. All genres of music welcome.
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    all around good guy Jim Clark's Avatar
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    Thanks a lot! I will probably buy the wireless dac/transmitter combo featured on the Online Journal for the serious audiophile site. I've been thinking about jumping on the streaming thing for a while, for the price, this looks like it may be a great place to start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Clark View Post
    Thanks a lot! I will probably buy the wireless dac/transmitter combo featured on the Online Journal for the serious audiophile site. I've been thinking about jumping on the streaming thing for a while, for the price, this looks like it may be a great place to start.

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    They do look nice, but as you probably know it's a quickly evolving section of the high end audio world. There are cheaper ways to go wireless if using a network, like the Squeezebox that I think Sloshy still uses. But this does look like it could be pretty flexible if you don't want to set up a home network. I don't understand why the volume control is on the sender unit though? Has to be digital at that point, so seems kind of superfluous if using a computer source, though the sender unit would likely be the one closest to the user. It really needs a remote controlled analog VC in the receiver, that would be a cool setup and add a lot of value. But I guess if the processing is done in the sender with enough precision it would be OK. It is built to old USB standards so only does 24-96 over USB, but that's high enough rate for most people.

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    @Jim Clark, your welcome.
    My audio lab:
    Qinpu A-6000 MK ll Integrated Amp
    Blue Marble Audio Speaker Wire
    Tannoy Mercury V4
    HHB CDR-850
    Grant Fidelity DAC-11/Phillips 7DJ8 tube

    Parasound Zamp V.3/Parasound ZPre2 Preamp
    Signal Cable Analog 2 Speaker Wire
    Dali Ikon 2 mk 2
    Marantz SACD/DVD DV6001
    Stello DA 100 Signature DAC

    HT:
    Arcam AVR 200
    Signal Cable Classic Speaker Cable
    Mirage Nanosat
    Rel R-528 Subwoofer
    Marantz SACD/DVD DV6001

    Various power cords, I.C.'s, optical, coax, and analog cables.

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    I enjoy listening to a variety of music from around the globe and particularly music from South America, Africa, and the Middle East. So, thought I would share this site with you as I do occasionally order from this site.

    Six Degrees Records - About Us

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    Ok, so why is this a hot topic? The last post was over 2 years ago. ):~(

    Got yer link right here!

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    You want a link? I got ya a link right here:

    https://www.burningshed.com/index.asp?page=atoz

    I've picked up XTC's Nonsuch and 2 Steven Wilson's in Blu-Ray Pure Audio (XTC not a concert, but hi res multi channel), King Crimson, Nosound, and Porcupine Tree in DVD-A.

    Altho it's a Brit website, they seem like good chaps, have good prices, an interesting artist mix (sorry, no alt country) and have shipped my orders across the pond without any incidents.

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    Six degrees records

    Quote Originally Posted by LeRoy View Post
    I enjoy listening to a variety of music from around the globe and particularly music from South America, Africa, and the Middle East. So, thought I would share this site with you as I do occasionally order from this site.

    Six Degrees Records - About Us
    Great, Thanks, I was looking for something like this!

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