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Editorial: Pure Audio starting a noble but losing battle

4 July 2013 | 8:19 pm The announcement is wrapped in an aura of dj vu: Universal Music Group is marketing an uncompressed, high-end digital audio format for Blu-ray called Pure Audio (). Where standard CD audio is 44.1KHz at 16 bits, ’s A2D clocks in at a sky-high 96KHz at 24 bits. Analog elitists will maintain that even extremely refined sampling is inherently inferior to … http://www.engadget.com/2013/07/04/high-fidelity-pure-audio/?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=Feed_Classic&utm_campaign=Engadget

Get started with AirPlay

4 July 2013 | 12:15 pm AirPlay is Apples technology for streaming audio or video over a local network. This weeks Macworld video gives you a quick look at the most common AirPlay setups and how to configure and use them. Transcript Im Macworld Senior Editor Dan Frakes. AirPlay is Apples technology for streaming media over a local network. Specifically, it lets you stream audio from any Mac or iOS device to any … http://www.macworld.com/article/2043629/get-started-with-airplay.html

Microsoft and Nokia Mix Party, let friends share a streaming Xbox playlist (video)

2 July 2013 | 4:19 pm We’ve seen a few attempts at shared audio streaming , but many of these depend on specialized apps or hardware. Microsoft and Nokia could clear that hurdle with their newly launched Mix Party, which leans on what many of us have at home. Xbox 360 owners with an just have to visit a website that starts an artist-based streaming playlist with a custom QR … http://www.engadget.com/2013/07/02/nokia-music-mix-party/?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=Feed_Classic&utm_campaign=Engadget

Microsoft and Nokia Mix Party, let friends share a …

2 July 2013 | 4:00 pm We've seen a few attempts at shared audio streaming, but many of these depend on specialized apps or hardware. Microsoft and Nokia could clear that hurdle with their newly launched Mix Party, which leans on  http://www.engadget.com/2013/07/02/nokia-music-mix-party/

Walkie Talkie – Audio streaming over Wifi or Bluetooth – Basic4android

30 June 2013 | 1:36 pm This example implements a simple "walkie talkie". (src: wikipedia) Once the two devices are connected, either over Bluetooth or over the. http://www.basic4ppc.com/forum/basic4android-getting-started-tutorials/30648-walkie-talkie-audio-streaming-over-wifi-bluetooth.html

Poor audio balance? Streaming players might not help Tech …

28 June 2013 | 10:38 pm Having trouble with the audio balance on your streaming shows? Bad news: there's not much you can do about it. http://gigaom.com/2013/06/28/poor-audio-balance-streaming-players-might-not-help/

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    Can Anyone Help Me Provide Information On DJ Mixing And Streaming Software? Hi!

    I am just wondering if there exists a DJ mixing software out in the market that can mix mp3s on my PC and streams it live on a DLNA device (such as a LED TV, Blue Ray Player, etc.) simultaneously? Please be aware that I am a layman when it comes to DJ mixing and streaming audio. Appreciate your input!

    Thank you!!

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  2. How Do I Get An Internet Connection On Two Desktops? Hi everyone.
    I’m a newbie when it comes to Internet connections, Wi-Fi and whatnot.

    My current setup is: 2 desktops, 1 modem, 1 router; desktops relatively close together; router is not wireless, but runs on a cord attached to the modem which is attached to the other desktop..

    My future setup is: 2 desktops, FAR away from each other

    My question is.. how exactly do I setup an Internet connection on both PCs? My ISP of choice is Comcast. I’ve been told that having a modem/router connected to one PC with an ethernet cable (strong connection) and a wi-fi adaptor connected to another PC (weaker connection) is the way to go.

    I also would enjoy having a connection joinable from outside devices such as an iPod/iPad.
    I have no idea what anything past “I’ve been told that” means.. so an explanation in simpler terms/what to get would be helpful.

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      I will try to keep the answer as non technical as possible.

      Are you sure your router is not wireless?

      Wireless routers are practically all that is sold nowadays. A wireless router still requires a cord (Ethernet cable) between the Comcast cable modem and the router.

      Wireless routers are fairly inexpensive depending on the features you desire. http://www.amazon.com/s/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&keywords=wireless%20router&linkCode=ur2&qid=1372496245&rh=n%3A172282%2Cn%3A541966%2Cn%3A300189%2Ck%3Awireless%20router%2Cp_72%3A1248879011&rnid=1248877011&tag=excharge-20

      The advantage of a wireless router is, in addition to having multiple corded connections it also can broadcast a WiFi signal that can be used to connect many wireless devices to the Internet.

      Many people would be likely be surprised at how many active connections their wireless router has. I have dozens. Cell phones, tablets, iPods, game consoles, laptops, desktops, ROKU boxes, Internet enabled devices such as TVs and audio receivers, and the list goes on.

      Wireless connections require security configuration to prevent anyone with a WiFi in range of your router from connecting to your network. They could do malicious deeds, such as hack into your network, or just leech off of your Internet bandwidth.

      Wireless setup is not too difficult, Just follow the instructions in the router manual or wizard set up program. If you’re having problems either pay someone to set it up for you or find a knowledgeable friend to configure it. Once the wireless network settings are configured it’s a fairly trouble-free system.

      That being said,

      For stationary devices such as desktop computers, cabled connections are better. If you must use wireless then you just need to add a USB WiFi adapter to the remote desktop. They are very inexpensive. http://www.amazon.com/s/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&keywords=usb%20wifi%20adapter&linkCode=ur2&qid=1372811174&rh=n%3A172282%2Cn%3A541966%2Cn%3A172504%2Cn%3A490499011%2Cn%3A13983791%2Ck%3Ausb%20wifi%20adapter%2Cp_72%3A1248879011&rnid=1248877011&tag=excharge-20

      Wireless signals are affected by many factors including distance, wall density, electrical interference, directional antenna range, etc.

      All of these factors will affect your actual wireless range, speed and connection quality.

      For serious gaming or video streaming your best bet is a direct Ethernet cable connection. Ethernet is unaffected by wireless interference and will give you a rock solid, stable network connection.

      If it is not feasible to run Ethernet cable the next best option would be a set of powerline network adapters http://isp1.us/reviews/netgear-xavb2101-powerline-adapter/

      You plug one in by your router and one in the room where you need access and connect them to the devices with standard Ethernet patch cables. The network signals are transmitted over your existing home electrical wiring which will not be affected by wireless interference. There is still overhead in the connection but it is much more stable than WiFi.

      Good Luck…

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    I’ve Two Problems With My PC ? Hi everyone, i have two problems with my PC.
    Can some one help me..

    1) My first problem is,
    My PC is shutting down automatically (Its not a safe shut down but my system is getting off suddenly).
    When i inquired about it, my friends told me that it is due to over heating of the processor and it can be solved by applying cooling paste to the processor.
    At that time i have applied cooling paste to my processor and it worked fine for 1 month with no problem,
    but now the problem is again repeating, i have applied cooling paste for my processor again, but the problem still exists.
    My system’s power is getting off again,
    especially when i run some high memory applications like online streaming audios/videos, games, and some of the applications on the web, etc.,

    2) My Second problem is,
    there is a problem with my monitor from 3 days.
    The brightness of my monitor is becoming low and coming to normal every time.
    I’ve even tried changing the settings in the monitor, but no use.
    What is the problem ? Can some one help me please.
    Additional Detail: Few months back, i have changed the power card of my monitor when it was gone.

    Sorry for my bad English.. Hope you understand what i meant.
    Thank You in advance.

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