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All digital to amp - using nanoDIGI
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Re: All digital to amp - using nanoDIGI
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Do you have any plans for your display? also why the older Motherboard?
one is a bit newer and seems to cost about the same.
the DAC's look OK, however i'd still want to test them in a
to make sure they don't have any bad habits while on alternator power.
what about storage and OS?
how much have you planned out?
what type of
and what other equipment? Inquiring minds want to know....
I actually have the whole system planned out in fair detail, but since I'm just getting my feet wet, I wanted to kind of "ease into" the discussion. Most of the components I have planned are provisional and will likely be swapped in/out as I do my homework. There's a number of components I already have, including amps and the PC motherboard. Before getting into too much discussion on the PC specs,
etc. I want to be sure my initial plan for incoprorating the nanoDigi and digital signal wiring is sound, since this is the backbone of the whole setup.
I'm planning the system for my new 2013 VW GTI. I'm hoping to keep the installation as stealth as possible, using just the factory front door
locations and a hidden subwoofer below the rear trunk liner (next to the spare tire). The PC, amps, and misc hardware will need to fit below the front seats, or in whatever limited space is available next to the spare.
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