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Old 12th July 2005, 10:02 AM   #1
rbroer is offline rbroer  Netherlands
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Default Hifidelio PRO 160Gb : a very practical transport

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My latest toy

Being fedup with these old Philips cd players a total change to a very modern transport.

It's a STANDALONE music server (so no computer required), burner, streamer, internet radio, digital recorder with 160Gb harddisk, USB ports for memory sticks, MP3 players and portable harddisks, 4 port 100Mbit hub and Wireless acces point 54Mbit.

I'll just use it to store my cd collection in FLAC format and use it as a standlone player and later a synced clocked transport to a DIY DAC

Coming months I will update my progress, install an Tent XO-3 clock with VCO module that can either run freely or be synced to a DIY DAC with the Tent XO-DAC and Tent Link.

This device is great fun
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Old 12th July 2005, 10:39 AM   #2
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I'm curious... How does it sound without mods, and just as important for me: is the internet radio function ok? Do you let it point to a web address or how?

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Old 29th January 2006, 08:08 PM   #3
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Since a few weeks I own one of these and it really is a practically designed machine. The ease of use is well thought out. The lack of cds scattered all over the place is a big bonus.

I am still not sure about sound quality though. But it is fun indeed
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