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What I had in mind, Andrew, was per this diagram that Linn offer as a suggested set up. The switch connects the audio devices, while the router supplies other household (in our case mostly wireless) devices.
I have never listened to HiFi via power lines, though we’ve had to use them on an old, not very smart, TV. I don’t know if they act as a switch, but even if they did I’d fear they introduce more crud than they isolate from.
Full article here:- https://docs.linn.co.uk/wiki/index
Hi, had it for abut 4 days now. Starting to sound nice. Comparing it to my AudioZen kit. It's playing through a pair of W8se plus speakers. The FLS10 has a great sound stage and digs really deep. Very warm sounding but not in a bad way. Not as dynamic as the AZ but fuller sound. I find it not the most honest of amps, but that's not a bad thing. Songs sounds beautiful and there is plenty of detail. Not fatiguing at all. Keeper, not sure yet, but looking promising
Well having played all day since I got the app I am very impressed with the sound and the quality .I was wrong there is a full indication of the track quality the device quality and exact quality really playing .It shows that although a track might be at 24/196 that the Onkyo will only play at 16/44.1. So that is what I am listening to and damn fine it sounds too .At no time has any track been at lower quality than this.
We have to be careful with terms here as slow can mean different things and have different causes.
The delay added by a complete network from start of packet transmission to the reception at the destination is not constant and if you ran monitoring on it you woud get a graph of delay in seconds against the number of packets delayed by this amount. What you hope to get is a bell curve but you often get a bell curve with a smaller spike to the right of the graph. What this shows is most of th