recommend miniDSP's nanoDIGI_2x8-B

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Acoustic

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Hi guys,

I recommend this miniDSP's nanoDIGI_2x8-B

I'm using one at home now. Later in the future will run in car. It can run off 12vDC. >10 years ago already running below in my car using invertor. no limits - pro audio DSP in car 2003

Since nanoDIGI_2x8-B is digital outputs only, couple with pure digital driver (direct digital amp = power DAC) [no DAC inside]

something like
http://detail.1688.com/offer/42455189377.html?spm=a2615.7691456.0.0.BBmEdF
or
https://world.taobao.com/item/43291747349.htm?spm=a312a.7700714.0.0.Tjx8NU#detail

They run as high as 36vDC hence need DC amplifier to convert upstage.


then system setup as this example good example setup - Hi-Fi - orthodox
 

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I'm using a slightly more updated version of what you're using.

http://www.nexum-design.com/#!tunebox2/c10g1

Mine's all wireless and being airplay/DLNA, there's zero loss from the wireless transmission. Only problem is finding good quality songs that's not FLAC. FLAC takes up too much space
 

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Wait.. yours is a DSP?

Sorry.. You're right. Not same thing at all.

Right now I'm using the Tunebox connected to a Bit10 using optical which is a DSP. Close enough :biggrin: