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DLNA upgrade to D200
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It's definitely an internal board. That's what Devialet have been saying from the start. Surely they won't do another Dia-dog. They could easily send a simple 'how to' and an earth strap with the board.
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#22
(05-Jan-2017, 00:58)Pim van Vliet Wrote: It's definitely an internal board. That's what Devialet have been saying from the start. Surely they won't do another Dia-dog. They could easily send a simple 'how to' and an earth strap with the board.

I too made the upgrade from D200 to 220 pro. And I'm very pleased by the result. I just really hope that this card will be able to apply a room correction.
I use large speakers (Magnat Quantum Signature) a little bit too close to the corners, Dirac, running on my Mac mini, make now a great job to adapt the sound (coming from my NAS or Qobuz) to the room.

If the Devialet streamer card provide this functionnality, I will be able to use it and sell the Mac mini, if not I will be really disapointed and will not use it.
Mac mini - Audirvana - Dirac - Wireworld Ultraviolet - D220 pro -  MIT Avt - Magnat Quantum Signature - Sennheiser HD800S
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(14-Jan-2017, 22:36)solalfr Wrote: I too made the upgrade from D200 to 220 pro. And I'm very pleased by the result. I just really hope that this card will be able to apply a room correction.

+1
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