Melco owners

Dave J posted:

   which is now not only quite a bit cheaper than the equivalent Melco but is built to a higher standard, has a CD ripper, better software and, I think, sounds a bit better too. 

I did have occasion to look over an Innuos Zenith and built to a higher standard than my N1Z it is certainly not. Why do you think the software is better?

tonym posted:
Dave J posted:

   which is now not only quite a bit cheaper than the equivalent Melco but is built to a higher standard, has a CD ripper, better software and, I think, sounds a bit better too. 

I did have occasion to look over an Innuos Zenith and built to a higher standard than my N1Z it is certainly not. Why do you think the software is better?

yes , like you, i am surprised, but for the sound quality i don't know... the software of the melco seems one of the most advanced today. Perhaps aurender w20 or sound galleries can match or beat this software.

Sorry to reply to my own post, but in another thread I was advised, for a different reason, to delete the Naim App, do a power recycle on the IPad, and to reinstall the App. I have done this, and, as a side effect, it seems to have cured the Melco 'dropout' problem. Perhaps an unstable App installation on IPad causes wider problems?

 

tonym posted:
Dave J posted:

   which is now not only quite a bit cheaper than the equivalent Melco but is built to a higher standard, has a CD ripper, better software and, I think, sounds a bit better too. 

I did have occasion to look over an Innuos Zenith and built to a higher standard than my N1Z it is certainly not. Why do you think the software is better?

Mine's an N1A, which is less robust than your N1Z, Tony. The equivalent Zen felt more solid. The ability to edit via an iPad is a real bonus and much easier than I find it now. Also it's much less faff loading a CD into the machine and ripping to uncompressed flac 

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