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Old 25th November 2011, 02:47 PM   #21
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...The next question would be: Would connecting the TPA USB in
a separate box via a short USB cable to the computer and long
cables between Teleporters in the TPA USB box and the DAC
box be a better way to go?

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That'd be my question as well Skip. My current computer source is a fair way away from my Dual-Mono Buffalo & it would be a very neat solution.
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That'd be my question as well Skip. My current computer source is a fair way away from my Dual-Mono Buffalo & it would be a very neat solution.
Absolutely. This is make it practical to use PCM(I2S or otherwise) and DSD from separate components.

I have successfully tested up to 100ft.
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Old 26th November 2011, 11:40 AM   #23
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Hi Russ, great bag of tricks here
For my good understanding, would you please, confirm or not what I behave from previous reading :

1 - Source : PCM/I2S/DSD -> Teleporter Emitter -> Cat5 -> Teleporter Receiver -> PCM/I2S/DSD : DAC

2 - USB Plug -> TP New USB Receiver -> Teleporter Emitter -> Cat5 -> Teleporter Receiver -> PCM/I2S/DSD : DAC

3 - Teleporter Modules Emitters (E) and Receivers (R) are the same, configured with DIP as E or R ?

Thanks for your enlightments
Forgive me for my bad English

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Old 26th November 2011, 12:46 PM   #24
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Hi Russ, great bag of tricks here
For my good understanding, would you please, confirm or not what I behave from previous reading :

1 - Source : PCM/I2S/DSD -> Teleporter Emitter -> Cat5 -> Teleporter Receiver -> PCM/I2S/DSD : DAC

2 - USB Plug -> TP New USB Receiver -> Teleporter Emitter -> Cat5 -> Teleporter Receiver -> PCM/I2S/DSD : DAC

3 - Teleporter Modules Emitters (E) and Receivers (R) are the same, configured with DIP as E or R ?

Thanks for your enlightments
Forgive me for my bad English
Absolutely correct, except for the bad english part
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Old 26th November 2011, 12:53 PM   #25
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Thanks for your kindness Brian.
Only remaining question : availability ?
I'm on the rank for Beta testing.
I've got some CDP on the bench waiting for surgery... and Opus ready for direct I2S food.

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Old 26th November 2011, 01:01 PM   #26
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Also, each of the 4 channels can be configured as transmitter or receiver.

I will start building them in earnest this week.
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Old 26th November 2011, 01:13 PM   #27
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Can't wait to read your work in progress
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Old 26th November 2011, 03:01 PM   #28
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What is the intended incorporation of the Teleporter into the BIII?
Presently, you have the SPDIF-4>Sidecar>BIII. I assume that the Teleporter would connect to the Sidecar, but that would only allow one i2s source. You appear to be interested in DSD and USB, leaving me with the thought that I am missing something or am confused. Both are likely!
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Also, each of the 4 channels can be configured as transmitter or receiver.

I will start building them in earnest this week.
Count in me for 1 emiter + 1 receiver
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Old 26th November 2011, 04:07 PM   #30
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Very easy. Just find and wire the PCM/DSD signals and a 5-7.5 power supply. Just make sure the format is correct for the target DAC.

Cut a small square hole and drill a couple holes in the back panel and you have a modded player.
You don't even need the square hole. Neutrik Ethercon connectors encapsulate RJ-45 inside the XLR form factor, so if you have an XLR hole punch you're good to go. They're back-compatible with standard ethernet cables, of course.
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