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Originally Posted by ExpatinJapan View Post

Wow. Nice Mod.


I dont use CCK for my Hifi-M8 (I use a Venturecraft lightning 7N), but I have all the bits and pieces for CCK.

Not as nice and small as yours.







Thank you, mine is LX version, so I must mod my CCK to use it with my ipod 5g.

Epoxy time, waiting all dry then finishing and heatshrink:D
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Originally Posted by HemiSam View Post

Great thread.  Thanks for all the helpful posts!

So I have an iPad mini.  I purchased the CCK.  Works great with the mini connected to my Woo WA7 (used as a DAC and as an amp) via a 1 meter USB A to B cable.  Then I try to connect the mini via the CCK and USB to my Beresford Caiman DAC > Woo (as an amp only) and the dreaded "power" message pops up.  I tried restarting the mini and no joy.  So I think I may need the powered hub to get this combo to work.  

What powered USB hub that's small and doesn't require an AC connection is recommended for this job?  

Thanks for any help!

HS

Maybe you can try monoprice cable.
Edited by EarArtworks - 10/16/14 at 8:52pm
post #452 of 454
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Originally Posted by EarArtworks View Post


Thank you, mine is LX version, so I must mod my CCK to use it with my ipod 5g.

Epoxy time, waiting all dry then finishing and heatshrink:D
Maybe you can try monoprice cable.

 

I have monoprice cables as well as others.  Is there a specific one you're recommending?  

 

Thanks.

 

HS

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Originally Posted by HemiSam View Post

I have monoprice cables as well as others.  Is there a specific one you're recommending?  

Thanks.

HS

My false, I cant find any Usb type A to USB type B with power hub. Its time to DIY biggrin.gif.
Maybe you can use shorter usb A to B, since if the cable too long its required more power.
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I started playing for my CCK and E07 Andes again. I know that when streaming with NPlayer within the home the bit rate is not adjusted, it is a pass through.

Does anybody know what happens when using the Synology DS app within the same network or across the cloud? Does Synology reduce the bit rate or is this a pass through situation ?
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