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In Reply to: RE: How long did it take you? posted by E-Stat on August 03, 2012 at 12:07:11
I all but gave up after only a couple ...
But cds are so incredibly cheapo these days that I've been snapping them up, and now that my wife and I have so many and use three different systems throughout the house, a music server is making more and more sense all the time
Just need to push on and get off the log
just realized I used the wrong quote in my last quote! The clipboard still had the last one I used. I gather you understood I was responding to your question about having used a jukebox capacity changer.
I'm convinced the Logitech Squeezebox Touch is the very best $250 you could spend on music. Here's an offer from J&R. You can always bypass the internal DAC and use an outboard one like I do later if you want. I like having some triodes in the system. :)
You won't regret it.
after years of debating, hemming and hawing, etc, I'm about to make the move to really decent digital sources - looking at the Schiit Bifrost to get a taste on a budget, but I've not given up on eventually having tubes in every step of chain
Still doing vintage and DIY for amplification and speakers, but no reason to exclude the new good stuff (esp since radio here in ATL continues to decline)
Thanks for the link - maybe an early anniversary present - for the two of us and our love of music and each other, of course ;)
a Touch also streams a wide range of local and national radio stations and if you have Sirius/XM, there is a free plugin available to stream that as well.
While the fidelity of network radio isn't up to the best FM, it provides an unmatched wealth of diversity. I have been exposed to lots of new musical content that way. And having moved from the Atlanta area years ago, I can still hear the lyrical voice of Lois Reitzes and WABE classical. :)
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