Hackintosh DIY HiFi Audio System – 24/96 capable!

This is my currently used DIY HiFi audio system.

24bit, 96KHz capable!

Both the amplifier and the computer have the same enclosure, which is available on Ebay. The front plates were designed on CAD and then machined on a milling machine.

Details: https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/mac-audio-my-hackintosh-based-music-player.94282/

My GitHub: https://github.com/TheDIYGuy999

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Very good sound for less than ,000, including all components. It is possible, just gotta get past the hype. The Soundfield Audio Monitor 1 speakers have integrated 8″ subwoofer drivers powered by 300 watt BASH amps. Top drivers are KEF Uni-Q 5.25″ midrange woofers with the 1″ dome tweeters mounted coaxially for excellent dispersion character throughout the 200-20,000 Hz range, resulting in better off-axis response, hence better sound overall. Similar drivers are found in the ,000 KEF Blade speakers. Song is “In Another Time” by Sade, from the album Soldier of Love. Streamed from Spotify via Airfoil for Mac and an Apple TV connected by Toslink cable to the Peachtree Audio Decco DAC/Preamp. Ambient audio at listening position was recorded with a Zoom H4N stereo digital recorder, and the video was shot with my iPad mini.

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