Aurender Flow DAC/Amp
Aurender Flow DAC/Amp
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As powerful as it is compact, the Aurender Flow DAC/amp pumps out an impressive 380 mW at 32 ohms. The high-end specs are headlined by an ESS9018K2M DAC chip and an mSATA slot for up to 1 TB of additional music storage Read More

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Hombro
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Oct 11, 2019
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S-Aurender to the Flow
Oct 11, 2019
ciber
49
Oct 9, 2019
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I am waiting for $99 for this 'washer'.
Oct 9, 2019
truff
2
Sep 9, 2019
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i know others have said it but every single time i look at my email and see this thing i always think it's a washing machine
Sep 9, 2019
ugobugo
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Sep 4, 2019
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Has anyone tried using the Flow with a more recent Macbook Pro? I have a Macbook Pro 2018 which has only USB-C ports. I have no choice but to use a USB A to C adaptor to connect the Flow to the laptop, but it cannot charge properly this way, so eventually runs out of battery and dies. I tried changing the USB mode from USB2 to USB3 or to "Mac", but it won't allow me to do so, showing "N.A." when trying to change from USB2. I tried two different USB-C adaptors and had the same problem with both. Has anyone had any experience with this? Is there a solution? I would ideally want to turn off charging altogether and let it work only when connected to the computer. Thanks for the help!
Sep 4, 2019
GeneBelcher
3
Sep 2, 2019
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My new Flow only charges to 99%. Is that normal?
Sep 2, 2019
Oleg_K
1
Aug 24, 2019
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Hi guys! I have a problem with Samsung 860 EVO 500 Mb SSD mSATA drive installed to the Flow. The SSD is not detected on computers. I tried to connect Flow to a laptop with Windows 10, to a laptop with Windows 7, to a laptop with macOS Mojave. The result is always the same - Flow connects (I can listen to the music through it), but the SSD is not visible (it's not detected in Windows Explorer/Finder). I have several assumptions about the reason: 1) Flow has a hardware problem (for example, the slot does not work, etc.),  2) SSD drive is damaged (this is very unlikely, since it is a new one with a 5 year warranty... but who knows),  3) the problem is in the connection - the Flow can not correctly communicate with a computer (maybe problem with drivers, etc.). Maybe someone had a similar problem that was successfully resolved? Or maybe someone can offer ideas on how to make computers start to see an SSD drive. Thanks in advance
Aug 24, 2019
Oleg_K
1
Sep 21, 2019
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So, finally I resieved adapter and connected SSD to PC and it works fine. So, the problem is in Flow
Sep 21, 2019
Oleg_K
1
Sep 21, 2019
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Guys, I accidentally solved the problem. It turned out that the original Aurender cable was the cause of the malfunction. On the advice of one forum member, I tried to connect Flow to the computer with another cable and it worked. In general, I can give all others advice in a similar situation, first of all try another cable.
Sep 21, 2019
Kris2014
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Aug 12, 2019
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I can sell one for $380. I got from last drop. Near mint condition. Please PM if interested
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Aug 12, 2019
Kris2014
48
Aug 15, 2019
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Hi, thanks for your interest. It’s still available. My email is chriswy.2013@gmail.com.
Aug 15, 2019
Calaverasgrande
1378
Aug 11, 2019
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Me: "cool our washing machine just broke." Drop: "sir this is a Wendy's" Me: "So the washing machine takes an Msata? Which form factor, I have a few spares."
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Aug 11, 2019
hiddensong
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Jun 20, 2019
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With all the driver problems they brought this back!? Wow!
Jun 20, 2019
lasharela
37
Apr 29, 2019
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what a nice form factor washing machine
Apr 29, 2019
EAP1
22
May 23, 2019
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The joke never gets old!
May 23, 2019
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If you’ve already tried this I apologize, I’m just trying to help. What this sounds like with no other details is the outlet you have it plugged into does not put off enough power for this device As for it to function as intended… Meaning to continuously charge while plugged in and playingbas for it to function as intended… Meaning to continuously charge while plugged in and playing. I have a lot of experience in this. I have heavy drawing devices all over my house and I constantly have to unplug say something that recharges like my iPhone for example, and move it to an outlet on the other side of the house so it gets a fast charge as it should. If you got this new, and around 4-5 or less years you certainly shouldn’t be having battery issues. They of course do eventually degrade but that would be the only other thing I could ever think of that would cause what you’re describing other than of course a quality control issue with said product. What I would do is, again if you haven’t done this already… Let it drain completely down and let it sit overnight unplugged. Make sure it’s completely dead. Then when not at home or... in a completely unoccupied part of your house... plug it in and let it charge overnight and uninterrupted all night (if it’s feasible do this for two nights in a row again with no other use) to recondition the battery and see if that helps. I’ve worked early jobs in RadioShack as well as multiple cell phone retailers and let’s just say rechargeable batteries, and all their forms were a big part of my life for a while and that procedure did the trick. The batteries have not changed. in either case hope it helps or hope your device lasts for a long time regardless and either way