My friend Anita found a 5 inch reel to reel tape from her childhood. I offered to transfer the contents into mp3 files so she could hear herself again.
Anita baby tape.
Should be a straightforward job. Famous last words.
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My Main HiFi System is mainly concerned with playing vinyl, but it can also do that modern streaming thing and lots of other formats.
Half a century of HiFi
The equipment to do this was produced over a range of five decades. So let’s take a trip back in time from the newest component to the oldest.
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A technology from the 1950’s and one from the 90’s make a great partnership.
Despite the age difference there can be a fine symbiotic relationship.
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To successfully play digital music though my HiFi several software components play a part.
Music Box – Now playing
It’s not just about throwing numbers at a digital to analogue converter.
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Denon DMD-M30 Minidisc
I love Denon Mini systems and I love Minidisc. So, why was this a disappointment?
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previous article I described why I wanted to build a Raspberry Pi based music player.
Pi Music box hardware
Here I describe the hardware part of the project.
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My passion is vintage analogue audio but, pragmatically, I also listen to digital stuff for convenience. The trouble is that, with a large collection, it isn’t that convenient to use. This is a project to do something about that.
Pi Music Player Components
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