Linn Knekt Kivor hard-disk multizone music system Associated Equipment

Sidebar 2: Associated Equipment

Digital sources: Mark Levinson No.31.5 CD transport, Meridian 800 DVD-V/CD/CD-R player, Technics DVD-A10 DVD-A player.
Digital processors: Z-Systems rdp-1 digital control center; Perpetual Technologies P-3A (with $349 Monolithic Sound P3 power supply), Musical Fidelity X-24K, Mark Levinson No.30.6 D/A processors; dCS 972 D/D processor.
Power amplifiers: Mark Levinson No.33H monoblocks, Krell KSA-50.Loudspeakers: Revel Ultima Studio, Revel Performa M20, Totem Acoustic Mani-2, Joseph Audio RM33 Signature.
Cables: Datalinks: AudioQuest SVD-4 (S/PDIF), 50' unbranded Cat.5 Ethernet cable (AES/EBU), Kimber Illuminations Orchid (AES/EBU).
Interconnects: Linn and Canare unbalanced (processors to preamp); Madrigal CZ-Gel balanced (pre- to power). Speaker: AudioQuest Gibraltar, Synergistic Research Designer's Reference2. AC: Synergistic Research Designer's Reference2, PS Audio Lab Cable.
Accessories: PS Audio Power Plant 300 at 90Hz (preamp, processors), Audio Power Industries Power Wedge 116 (Tunboks), ASC Tube Traps, RPG Abffusors.—John Atkinson

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MikeMaine's picture

Or you can buy a Mac

CuteStudio's picture

... that you can run the SeeDeClip4 multiuser music server on a regular, noisy PC in the spare room and access and/or control the music using any modern gadget like a Chromebook, tablet, iPad etc.

This makes the choice of client easy - there's lots of cheap alternatives and an iPad can be hooked up to Toslink using an Apple TV or Airport Express etc.

The free version does a lot more than you'd think, it's a complete home audio solution.