How about a Bolder Cable modified Squeezebox into your BC DAC? Also, you could look into getting an upgraded power supply for it also.
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I have used various combinations of Logitech Squeezebox and Transporter stand alone and as transports to DACs. I always found the Logitech Transporter to be superior to the Squeezebox, it has a clock input that I feed from a Prism Orpheus dac, and the sq is way better than standalone. The sq is only bested (a little) when streaming directly from pc to dac. I use Duet(s) and stream to three setups in my house, including the home theater, have grown to appreciate Logitech's server software, its stability and ease-of-use, able to synchronize all the music, etc. I recommend trying the Transporter as an alternative, once clock synched it can really work well IMO.
Before you do anything else, I recommend going to the Linn DS forum (http://forums.linn.co.uk/bb/forumdisplay.php?fid=3) and reading up on people's software comments and solutions. It is a very active forum with knowledgeable posters. If you like the Linn DS sound, it's worth spending some time seeing if you can improve the software experience.
@ Prpixel. I was using a Wellbourne linear ps for the Duet receiver.
@ Mateored. I am familiar with the Linn forums and agree that they are quite useful. My main complaint about the Linn DS is the delay in recognizing the UPnP server and connecting to it. Once that happens everything is good. I'll see if I can get some help there.