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Digital Streamer for Genelec 8340 with digital output?

ragera, modified 2 Years ago.

Digital Streamer for Genelec 8340 with digital output?

Youngling Posts: 10 Join Date: 12/7/16 Recent Posts

Currently I plan to use Raspberry PI3 as a streamer for Qobuz. I will use a USB from Pi 3 USB port to a Topping D10s which is a USB SPIDF/Toslink splitter. I will be then using a SPIDF AES cable to pass digital signal to Genelec 8340 monitors in a stereo set up corrected by GLM. I will then use a toslink cable from D10 to mindsp DDRC24 which is used for subwoofer correction. 

Does anyone use the above set up? Is there a better option? Ofcourse there are very expensive streamers, but in Audiosciencereview forums, many say a Raspberry PI will do the job wonderful.