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Universal control - list of supported devices


matesz

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Hi

I currently have CA DacMagic 100 connected via optical + CA A1 AMP, this is quite cumbersome and doesn't work with universal control.

I know that i will have to buy some hardware to have proper universal control, however i can't find any reliable information on which amp does support it and which doesn't. 

 

It would be great if list of supported devices would be available.

If not then recomendation for AMPs that works well with optical + simple DALI oberon stereo satellite setup is also solution.

 

PS1. Sorry if this duplicate but i couldn't find anything meaningful after few days of googling.

PS2. I've heard that Denon AVR-X3600H works but this is massive overkill for what i need (i don't indend to go beyond stereo, not even 2+1).

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