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That's a good question, Abe

Still looking at Macs. I'll make up my mind by the time I get to the US in September. There will have to be some kind of device (a hub) between the TB3/USB C, ouptut of the MacBook Pro to a NOS Wavelength Brick.

You asked, what noise? I don't hear any right now, that I can tell, with an older MacBook and USB 2, so I haven't invested in a USB cleaner of any kind...yet. Is this the kind of thing I won't hear until I do? I did invest in a mains filter that has low, medium and high freq. filters, but I am not versed well enough to know, how by what kind of magic, that can affect a MAC-USB connection.

I currently use a AQ Carbon cable - 1M. I also have no idea about the "speed requirement". All my music is from RedBook disks, some of it saved as WAV or AIFF. I have a few MP3 files of music I love, but couldn't find in RedBook.

I feel like apologizing for my ignorance, but know I shouldn't. Be that as it may, I very much enjoy the convenience of computer audio.

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