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I am able to access my home computer music files (wav and mp3)

via my Dell x50v pda. I attach the pda via rca cables to audio jacks

on my reciever so I can listen to all my music on the home stereo but

store all the music on my computers hard drive. So basically I am

sending my music files to my pda via Wi-Fi a Dlink DI-624 at 100mps.

It seems to sound ok, but how much quality of the music sound am I

loosing this way. I know VERY LITTLE about sending music via Wi-Fi

so what are the opinions on this method as far as sound quality?


I hope this is the right forum


THX

Patrick
 

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The data transfer is all digital, so you won't loose any quality over the connection. Everything else depends on the quality of the recordings, the DAC in the PDA, and the connection to the receiver. As I said, the quality of the files will be the same as on your PC. I'm assuming you're connecting to your receiver through the stereo minijack (headphone jack) on your PDA. That would be an analog connection, so that means that the PDA is doing the conversion from digital to analog. I have no idea how good or bad the DACs in those are, but I would assume they're average.


At any rate, as far as the WiFi, the music would be the same as playing it directly from the PDA.
 
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