MikeyFresh

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It's black, and it's about 0.5cm proud of the USB connector.
The original "nano" version.

That should work, the link describes it as compatible with Raspberry Pi / Pi2. Old skool!

Mine is not the nano version, and I see now it is actually an entirely different model # too, EW-7722UTn.
At 300mbps it has double the bandwidth of that generic one I have, and they describe that extender cable as having a hardwire in it, which is why it doesn't droop at all under the weight of the adapter:

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I found my Amazon purchase, August 2016, and they still list/sell that exact package.
 

airdronian

Radar Member
I finally got around to trying the latest Moode 7.2.1 as a UPnP endpoint for Audirvana Studio (1.2.0). Took about 10 seconds for the dreaded white noise to hit. So it's back to Moode 6.7.1 that was released last July. I notice that the following version of Moode contained a new version of the Upmpdcli - it went from 1.4.x to 1.5.x so it's possible the changes in that client are what broke the functionality.

I still have a suspicion that Audirvana isn't keeping up with this sort of compatibility.
 

Thermionics

Post Whore In Training
The original "nano" version.

That should work, the link describes it as compatible with Raspberry Pi / Pi2. Old skool!

Mine is not the nano version, and I see now it is actually an entirely different model # too, EW-7722UTn.
At 300mbps it has double the bandwidth of that generic one I have, and they describe that extender cable as having a hardwire in it, which is why it doesn't droop at all under the weight of the adapter:

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I found my Amazon purchase, August 2016, and they still list/sell that exact package.
I've decided I'm going to keep a few different USB WiFi modules (including the generic you mentioned earlier) as that's hella cheaper than getting an electrician in to do a low-voltage drop from my patch panel. Redundant Array of Inexpensive USB WiFi Adapters [RAIUWA] :D
 
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MikeyFresh

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I've decided I'm going to keep a few different USB WiFi modules (including the generic you mentioned earlier) as that's hella cheaper than getting an electrician in to do a low-voltage drop from my patch panel. Redundant Array of Inexpensive USB WiFi Adapters [RAIUWA] :D
You mean Redundant Array of Inexpensive USB WiFi Adapters [RAIUWA]™.
 

MikeyFresh

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I still have a suspicion that Audirvana isn't keeping up with this sort of compatibility.
I do too, though my own use with Qobuz on Audirvana seems fine, but certainly the local JRiver server and Moode have no issues at all.
Is this when streaming TIDAL, or from an Audirvana local UPnP server, or both/either?
 

airdronian

Radar Member
I do too, though my own use with Qobuz on Audirvana seems fine, but certainly the local JRiver server and Moode have no issues at all.
Is this when streaming TIDAL, or from an Audirvana local UPnP server, or both/either?
Both, although this instance was Tidal. Sometimes it wouldn't happen for a while, and trick me into thinking it was fixed on those earlier attempts.
 
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