Rotel expands Michi portfolio with X3 and X5 integrated amplifiers

Gray

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Am I the only one who demands USB-A from modern digital sources?
It's only that they're using a B rather than A type connector type isn't it?
It's still a USB input, just requires a USB A to B lead or adapter that's all, surely.

It's the £4,300 or £6,300 that's more of a problem to me than the £1.70 needed for this:
 
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It's only that they're using a B rather than A type connector type isn't it?
It's still a USB input, just requires a USB A to B lead or adapter that's all, surely.

It's the £4,300 or £6,300 that's more of a problem to me than the £1.70 needed for this:
It’s not quite so simple, USB-B sockets on amps like these are meant for connecting PCs. Even with an adapter, using memory sticks/drives - which is what I want - won’t work.
 

Gray

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It’s not quite so simple, USB-B sockets on amps like these are meant for connecting PCs. Even with an adapter, using memory sticks/drives - which is what I want - won’t work.
True enough. And on some products there's the odd type A socket that won't accept USB sticks / drives. Things are rarely clear-cut in these times of 'simplicity'.
 

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