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Old 8th November 2012, 02:56 PM   #71
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Hi Russ/Brian, I'm using BII with trident, can I reuse the trident from BII to BIII SE??? upgrading from BII with legato 3 will be just remove and install new BIII SE, all header will be same as before?
Yes, you can. Like the B-III, the B-IIIse is slightly longer than the B-II, but the mounting points are in the same locations.
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Old 8th November 2012, 04:03 PM   #72
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Default Multiple inputs on IIISE

Will there be a way to have multiple inputs; at least two SPDIF, and a USB when that comes available
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Old 8th November 2012, 04:03 PM   #73
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Hello,

this might be a dumm question (in that case please excuse):

I understand that the Buffalo III SE was build to ease the usage for stereo und mono setups. As the Buffulo III isn't available any more (at the moment), I wonder whether or not the SE version also can be used / setup for multi-channel usage?

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You could use multiple DACs, handling 1 or 2 channels each.
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Old 8th November 2012, 04:18 PM   #74
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Yes, you can. Like the B-III, the B-IIIse is slightly longer than the B-II, but the mounting points are in the same locations.
Thanks for the answer

How about the AVCC??? As two package of BIII SE, $299 one got the DAC board only, so the AVCC module from BII can be reuse also??
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Old 8th November 2012, 04:29 PM   #75
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Will there be a way to have multiple inputs; at least two SPDIF, and a USB when that comes available
This is covered here:
Consumer-level S/PDIF for BIII
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Thanks for the answer

How about the AVCC??? As two package of BIII SE, $299 one got the DAC board only, so the AVCC module from BII can be reuse also??
You can do that, but you will have two different AVCC versions.
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You can do that, but you will have two different AVCC versions.
yes, I just notice the latest AVCC is V2.1, mine is V1.0, tridents also V1.0
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Does anyone have suggestions for sizing an enclosure for the Buffalo-IIISE, IVY-III, 4-input SPDIF, Metronome, USB DAC receiver, and power supplies? I would like some "elbow room" for possible other things.
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I would like a sanity check on this configuration that I would like to order:

Buffalo-IIISE
IVY-III output stage with Placid HD BP power supply
Placid HD power supply
TOSLINK input board
4-channel SPDIF input board
USB DAC receiver
Metronome
Transformers: 9V and 15V

Will all of this play together?


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