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 ====== Squeezelite / Logitech Media Server ====== ====== Squeezelite / Logitech Media Server ======
-Squeezelite is a network music player which could be used with Logitech Media Server(aka. LMS). Eunhasu has LMS inside of itself which is available Tidal, Qobuz and internet radio.+Squeezelite is a network music player which could be used with Logitech Media Server(aka. LMS). Eunhasu has LMS inside of itself which is available ​of Tidal, Qobuz and internet radio.
  
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-  * **Name**: A name of device ​Squeezelite ​appearing ​on LMS. This could be changed if you need+  * **Name**: A name of Squeezelite ​device appears ​on LMS. This could be changed if you would newly name on it
-  * **Audio device config**: Select a radio button of USB DAC which is going to use and click ‘Save changes’ to use the USB DAC.+  * **Audio device config**: Select a radio button of USB DAC which is going to be used and click ‘Save changes’ to use the USB DAC.
     * **Setting mode**: If you select the '​Default',​ the audio device is automatically set. If you select '​Custom',​ you can set up your own audio device.     * **Setting mode**: If you select the '​Default',​ the audio device is automatically set. If you select '​Custom',​ you can set up your own audio device.
-    * **DSD mode**: ​Sets the playback method ​of the sound source ​to DoP or Native DSD. If you are setting up as a native DSD, make sure that the DAC you are using is a device that supports native DSD. +    * **DSD mode**: ​Set the playback method to DoP or Native DSD. If you set to Native, make sure  ​your ​DAC supports native DSD playback
-    * **Buffer time**: ​Sets the buffer length of the sound source ​data to be transmitted to the audio device in microseconds. +    * **Buffer time**: ​Set the buffer length of music file data to be transmitted to the audio device in microseconds. 
-    * **Period count**: ​Sets the transmission period of the sound source ​data of the audio device. +    * **Period count**: ​Set the transmission period of the music file data of the audio device. 
-    * **Sample format**: ​Sets the sound source ​transmission format (sample format) supported by the connected audio device. (Hovering the mouse cursor over the text box will display the maximum sample format of the connected Audio device.) +    * **Sample format**: ​Set the music file transmission format (sample format) supported by the connected audio device. (Hovering the mouse cursor over the text box will display the maximum sample format of the connected Audio device.) 
-    * **Max sample rate**: ​Sets the sample rate that the connected audio device ​supports. (Hovering the mouse cursor over the text box displays the maximum sample rate.) +    * **Max sample rate**: ​Set the sample rate for the connected audio device ​which it can be supportive. (Hovering the mouse cursor over the text box displays the maximum sample rate.) 
-    * **Internel ​buffer**: ​Specifies ​the maximum buffer size in kilobytes for audio processing. +    * **Internal ​buffer**: ​Specifiy ​the maximum buffer size in kilobytes for audio processing. 
-  * **Clear artwork.db**: ​Delete ​LMS artwork database file. You should rescan in LMS to generate deleted file+  * **Clear artwork.db**: ​Use when icons in LMS shatter. You should rescan in LMS after that
-  * **Clear config cache**: Delete LMS config ​cache files.+  * **Remove ​config cache**: Delete ​the LMS configuration ​cache files.
  
 ===== Configuration ===== ===== Configuration =====