Thanks - I'm network-dumb, as I've never had more than one machine at home.
I'll have more questions next week, after the holiday - but you've given me
a nice Xmas idea. I'm trying to get the folks at
interested in your product - there's a lot of audiophile types there, and
the fact that you get 44.1 out of the digital outs, with no upsampling,
should turn a lot of heads there, if they can bear to step back from their
expensive PC audio cards.
Have a good holiday.

>From: Sean Adams <sadams (AT) slimdevices (DOT) com>
>Reply-To: SlimDevices Discussion <discuss (AT) lists (DOT)>
>To: SlimDevices Discussion <discuss (AT) lists (DOT)>
>Subject: [slim] Let's try a subject this time: Gapless
>Playbackand44.1kHzDigital Out?
>Date: Wed, 26 Nov 2003 14:05:19 -0800
>On Nov 26, 2003, at 1:53 PM, Cerebus the Aardvark wrote:
>>Exactly. Do you think you could do FLAC wirelessly, then, or would you
>>still need a cable?

>I've tested it in a buch of different wireless environments - as long as
>you have moderate signal strength it works fine. In fact, I often stream
>PCM to two wireless squeezeboxen from one base station.
>> I also saw that it automatically does polarity correction - does that
>>mean that for me, without a switch (since there's only one machine) I
>>could use a standard Cat5 cable (instead of a crossover cable) to connect
>>to the Squeezebox?

>Auto polarity correction is not the same as auto crossover. No, it does
>not have auto-crossover. Auto-polarity just means it'll correct for some
>cases of incorrectly wired cables or patch panels. It's one of the less
>useful bullet points I threw in there just for the one person who asks -
>practically every ethernet device has it.