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Brooklyn Bridge and JRiver

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Posted on March 30, 2020 at 15:31:53
SteveJewels
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Is anyone using JRiver with a Brooklyn Bridge?

Will they play together nicely?

With each other and with Tidal.

 

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RE: Brooklyn Bridge and JRiver, posted on March 31, 2020 at 13:24:56
John Elison
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I'm using JRiver with the Mytek Brooklyn Bridge. It works okay for me. I also used Tidal for the free 30-days, but not with JRiver. I used my smartphone to control Tidal. I decided to subscribe to Qobuz because Qobuz has high-resolution PCM digital such as 24/96 and 24/192. Again, I don't use JRiver with Qobuz. I use my smart phone with an app called MConnect to stream Qobuz with the Brooklyn Bridge.

I also have a FiiO M15 that I now use almost exclusively for streaming Qobuz. The FiiO M15 digital player seems to be a lot easier to use than the Brooklyn Bridge because I don't need my computer and JRiver with the FiiO M15 digital player. Consequently, I'm using my Brooklyn Bridge basically as a preamp with my FiiO M15 connected to the analog line-level input on the Brooklyn Bridge.

That's kind of a waste of $3000 for the Brooklyn Bridge, but I didn't discover the FiiO M15 until after buying the Brooklyn Bridge. Oh, well. Such is life!

Best regards,
John Elison

 

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