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You can improve on the sonos a lot with a resampling reclock ... Audioengr
Hey steve thanks for the input. i woukd love to use your set ... Jamesw20
James, not quite sure how you are set up. it sounds like you ... Edorr
"the alternative steve is alluding to is to get his for ... Audioengr
Steve, ......if you want the best sq possible, then get an ... Edorr
So with the upgraded pwd i can go usb from my computer into ... Jamesw20
You can already do that with the MKI as well. Problem is with the MKI the non I2S inputs are inferior to the I2S, and USB even more so than S/PDIF because it is synchronous.
The MKII implements the lens technology on all inputs and upgrads USB to asynchronous. So on the MKII the non I2S and I2S inputs are much closer. I personally moved from the bridge to AES/EBU a week ago (for different reasons) and the difference is very very small. You can read up on the PS audio site forum about impressions on USB versus I2S.
Getting the MKII upgrade and going USB into the PWD will be your best bang for the buck upgrade. You can insert an offramp 5 into the chain in the future if this turns out to be a material upgrade over USB direct and you're willing to spend the extra $$$.
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And for music sever simply use something like jriver on pc o ... Edorr
Edorr i really apprecitae your input. what i'm really wantin ... Jamesw20
James, what is puzzling to me is why you would want to use u ... Edorr
Edorr, thanks for the suggestions. the reason for usb at thi ... Jamesw20
James, i feel your pain. setting this up can be royal pita. ... Edorr
Wow, i really appreciate your help! will do tonight and repo ... Jamesw20
James, the jriver / usb route is pretty foolproof. the only ... Edorr
Edorr, got it up and running with the bridge! wow, it sounds ... Jamesw20
Excellent. the mkii upgrade will take things to a whole diff ... Edorr