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Old 26th August 2008, 09:10 PM   #1
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Talking Trends audio TA-10.1 using the pot VS poweramp mode + foobar volume control

So, got my TA-10.1 up and running on a 14.4V laptop battery (Li-ion sure keeps voltage levels stable!), but I'm wondering, what would be better, using the pot and maxing volume in foobar, or setting it up as a poweramp and using foobar volume control (which is a bit scary!).


Any thoughts? I don't think I'll be able to do any good ABX on this. And any ideas on how to auto recharge the laptop batt? Perhaps use a powertimer and some kind of dedicated li-ion charger?

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Johan
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