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jremote equalization
« on: November 22, 2022, 02:02:17 pm »

While I use JRemote as a remote and find it quite convenient,  my favorite use is as part of a listening spot in the living room.  I use it on an Ipad with what I quess is a IPAD print cable, which passes the file to a headphone DAC/Amp in whatever bit rate the file is stored in.  This DAC can handle most any bit rate so anything I play from MC running on a PC somewhere in the house sounds great.  It's nice not being restricted to being a cords length  from a PC.

The only thing missing is some equalization.  I don't care if it's software or hardware driven but I can't figure out a way of doing it.  I don't think an IPad app will work as the file leaves the device as a document would if I was using the connection to print.  I would be really happy if I could utilize MC's equalizer, but that doesn't seem to be in play in this setup.  For me, some equalization improves any headphone you may be using.  I'd put a physical equalizer in, but I don't see a way to connect it to the audio path.

Anybody had the occasion to do this?

HTPC, , JRiver.  Music Source:Network share drive.  Speakers:B&W P6, AMP:Yaqin 100b, DAC:BiFrost Uber, Headphones:Audeze LCD2, Sens HD600, AT W5000, Headphone Amps:XCAN v8, Woo Fireflies, Original EarMax.
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