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This is great- thanks for simplifying this project.Is it possible to play content from my AV Receiver on this system? I currently have a 900 Mhz wireless speaker system connected to the "room B" speaker outputs on my receiver but I would like to upgrade to this wifi solution. In short- I would like to listen to the radio on my receiver and have that signal broadcast to the multi-room system.Thanks again!
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How much does the multimeter pull down the current? I notice the laser intensity fades when I have the meter in series downstream from the laser tube. This makes me think that the meter must have some resistance and that the current reading may not be entirely accurate. At full power my meter reads 23.6 mA. Should I assume that is accurate?