Fiber Media Converter for audio streaming

 

I thought i'd reply here rather than in system pictures - I've just read the thread and am still really not clear why the network setup is so complex - I can understand adding a media converter in the chain for isolation purposes may benefit but i take it from the multiple fibres above that  you are running a number of media converters in series ? I don't understand what this complexity brings to quite a simple problem 

James

james n posted:

 

I thought i'd reply here rather than in system pictures - I've just read the thread and am still really not clear why the network setup is so complex - I can understand adding a media converter in the chain for isolation purposes may benefit but i take it from the multiple fibres above that  you are running a number of media converters in series ? I don't understand what this complexity brings to quite a simple problem 

James

James,

actually I decided to complicate my life and to see the result - as I had a possibility to put 7 pairs of converters together in one box - so I did it, consider just for fun. But I really like the result. So if I am bored with it one day - maybe I will trow it away and get back to simplicity. 

Serge 

james n posted:

Fair play Serge - if it works for you that is all that matters. I was just curious about the setup so thanks for answering my question, Love those ATC's 

James

 

Thanks James - I love them too! And they sound so incredible, so that I am biased, if it is due to my complications, or its just my speakers that sing better every single day...

Serge 

DUPREE posted:
Tesilk posted:

I've been thinking about this also...

Read more at http://www.audiostream.com/con...#6oKf1o6fvXj7LowS.99

Any comments, maybe somebody did it with Naim gear? In my case, I plan to insert it between 272 and WD NAS servers and D-Link routers.

Serge

What would the advantage of this be other than if you have a very long run ~75M?

from my experience - incredible depth, detail level and stage - can't explain why and how though...

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