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Analog Stereo Switcher
This thread has 17 replies. Displaying posts 16 through 18.
Post 16 made on Wednesday November 28, 2018 at 12:45
Super Member
May 2003
On November 27, 2018 at 12:08, Ernie Gilman said...
How not? Though I never got back all the albums I let people borrow when I was in college.

Selling, giving, or loaning an LP and never getting it back is legal. What is not legal is to make a copy of an LP, tape, or CD, then selling the original media while keeping the copy.

I don't think that there is an issue with Murfie pulling rip data from a file, rather than freshly ripping each item that is sent to them, however, selling a copy to a person who did not own the media is a problem. The original Napser was slippery on this point and got into a little trouble.
Post 17 made on Wednesday November 28, 2018 at 17:35
Rob Grabon
Founding Member
November 2001
On November 27, 2018 at 12:15, tweetymp4 said...
You could use sonos amp... (the new one)

Cd player into HDMI ARC input on Sonos Amp (using the sonos adapter gizmo)

Phono into analog audio input on Sonos Amp (use outboard phono preamp if the record player doesn't have it on board.)

Yes, the new sonos amp allows you to use both the HDMI input and the analog input... It shows up as separate sources in the browse list.

You CAN'T select the HDMI input as a source in another room(s).
You can group the HDMI input into another room(s).

So, in this example, if the CD isn't playing in the room the AMP is in, you can't listen to CD in other rooms.

And, so all are aware the converter dongle ISN'T included with the AMP the way it is with the Beam, sold separately.
Technology is cheap, Time is expensive.
Post 18 made on Wednesday November 28, 2018 at 19:29
Junior Member
February 2018
You can buy a Bi-amp Nexia VC on Ebay for $20 right now.

Run your sources into it, set up all inputs on a mixer so no manual switching etc is needed. This will work fine if he doesn't plan on using both sources at the same time in different rooms.

It has enough for two stereo outputs, output to sonos, output to receiver.

It's overkill and used product, but it won't break.
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