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Old 25th January 2017, 11:38 AM   #1
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Default I.AM.D V200 WIFI

Summary :

Description of this topic

This topic is dedicated to the V200 Wifi only. There are many topics about the sound quality and the compatibility with your speakers. Please keep this topic about wifi functionalities of the V200.
After reading this topic you will know how to control your V200 through smartphone apps, through telnet command lines and through web API ! The API is perfect for home automation and the smartphone app will allow you to listen radio, spotify, tidal, qobuz and many other online services directly on your V200.
I will also explain in another article how to make the amp autonomous with the help of an arduino : it means how to switch it on and go to the right input source when you send streaming sound or when you put sound on the auxiliary source.

There are many version of V200. This topic is based on V200.9 .
It is probably compatible with V200.7 too.

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Old 25th January 2017, 11:48 AM   #2
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quick review

I.am.d v200 amp description :
  • 2x150w/4Ω , 2x65w/8Ω
  • amp Texas instrument TAS5614LA
  • USB controller : CM6631A
  • inputs : USB-B,spdif coax and optical,jack analogic , wifi (airplay,DLNA and spotify connect !)
  • output : typical speakers output / heaphone 3.5

I've made a description of the components on the motherboard here :

A really quick review of what I think about the I.am.d v200 :

I replaced a very big Pioneer VSX-527 by this little FDA amp. I'm very satisfied by the sound.
I've got old JBL L100 century and the association with V200 seems good. I was afraid by a lack of punch but it seems good with deep basses and clear mediums. There are many reviews on the web, the V200 is a very good amp for the price ! A good review has been done by Qobuz (in french here, in english with google translate). So I will rather speak about functionalities.

I also have a FX-AUDIO D802C. Globally I found that the FX-D802C has a better finition, a better IR remote controller and Bass and tremble tuning is very useful and don't exist on the V200. It's also easier and quicker to switch input sources. To resume, if you don't need wifi features I recommand the FX-D802C. On neither of the two it is possible to adjust the balance. Shame...

On my Pioneer VSX-527 there was airplay and DLNA that I often use.
The V200 has similar functionnalities : DLNA and airplay are present but it is used in a different way, I will explain it below. A very good surprise : the V200 is compatible with Spotify Connect! It is not showed in the description of the product but it's a really nice feature : I take my smartphone, I launch a playlist on the V200, I can switch off my smartphone the V200 will continue to play the playlist and it is controllable remotely by any other spotify client (on my computer at work for example I can control it remotely, even on another network because it is the spotify connect api which is used !). I also use the jack input of the V200 for a bluetooth receiver.

But a little thing not nice compare to the Pioneeer VSX : airplay,DLNA and spotify connect are only available when the v200 is on the "wifi" source input. If you are on another source you will not see the V200 in your airplay devices, nor DLNA nor Spotify Connect... The wifi board is probably powered off when your not on the wifi input. On the Pioneer VSX, if you are on CD input for example, you still see VSX in airplay devices and you can send your smartphone's sound to the VSX : it switch the input automatically. (It could be even better if it returns automatically on the previous input after airplay ends but I'm a little picky).
The hotspot used for the initial network configuration is not disabled when the wifi connection is etablished so you will always see another wifi hotspot appears when you're on the Wifi input source.

There is a web interface to configure wifi, by default this interface is in chinese and it's pretty difficult to switch in english. The screenshots below can probably helps. Also avoir any firmware update with this interface (you can lost the wifi functionality).

The power supply is a box made by Lenovo (almost as big as the FDA ) 24V, 2.5A

Power consumption :

ON with speaker output -> 7W
ON with headphone output -> 4W
OFF -> 3W

A little disappointed by the power consumption in sleep mode. When it's power off it continue to consume half of the power of what it consumes when it's powered on... May be due to the IR which is always powered to be able to switch on the device with the remote control ? The USB chipset always stays online too.

  • Price
  • Size
  • Sound quality
  • power consumption
  • functionalities : airplay, UPNP/DLNA ,spotify connect (and many more)

Cons :
  • impossible to update the firmware on wifi version without bricking the device
  • Wifi functionnalities only avaible when the FDA is on Wifi source (no automatic switch)
  • no geek/domotic functionalities : you can't switch off the FDA remotely, no smartphone app to change volume... (see my blog article soon to modify it)
  • rotary encoder not very precise (I prefer to have one pysical per source it's faster and easier but it is the same on Pioneer VSX...)
  • Buttons on the remote badly named
  • No balance
  • No informations about different firmware versions
  • No "real" user manual
  • Changing the volume requires pressing repeatedly on the remote control

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Old 25th January 2017, 11:49 AM   #3
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Under the skin of the v200 : Reverse engineering

OK now looking under the skin of the V200...

The little additional network card with a little linux on it is very interesting.

Firstly a network scan of opened ports :
* + 192.168.0.x   v200
    |___    23
    |___    53
    |___    80
    |___  4515
    |___  5001
    |___  5356
    |___  8899
    |___ 19004
    |___ 21001
    |___ 21021
    |___ 21022
    |___ 21023
    |___ 21024
    |___ 21025
    |___ 21026
    |___ 21027
    |___ 21028
    |___ 21029
    |___ 21030
    |___ 21031
    |___ 21032
    |___ 21033
    |___ 21034
    |___ 21035
    |___ 21036
    |___ 49152
    |___ 59152
OK telnet seems opened take a look on it...

V200 login:
OK need a password....
Some basic tries... Bingo ! login : admin , password : admin !

By default the display is not optimal... In putty configuration click on Terminal -> "Implicit CR every CF"

Some inforamtions about the filesystem :
# free
             total       used         free       shared      buffers         
Mem:        28204        26612         1592            0         2860
Swap:           0            0            0
Total:      28204        26612         1592

# df
Filesystem           1k-blocks      Used Available Use% Mounted on
rootfs                    5056      5056         0  100%  /
/dev/root                 5056      5056         0  100%  /
/dev/mtdblock8             512       196       316   38%  /mnt
/dev/mtdblock9            6144       324      5820   5%   /vendor

List of running process:

# ps -w
    1 admin     1736 S    init
    2 admin        0 SWN  [ksoftirqd/0]
    3 admin        0 SW<  [events/0]
    4 admin        0 SW<  [khelper]
    5 admin        0 SW<  [kthread]
   34 admin        0 SW<  [kblockd/0]
   37 admin        0 SW<  [khubd]
   47 admin        0 Z    [swapper]
   52 admin        0 SW<  [kswapd0]
   53 admin        0 SW   [pdflush]
   54 admin        0 SW   [pdflush]
   55 admin        0 SW<  [aio/0]
  104 admin        0 SW   [mtdblockd]
  151 admin     1384 S    nvram_daemon
  152 admin     1644 S    goahead
  154 admin     1744 R    telnetd
  156 admin     1740 S    /bin/sh
  235 admin        0 SW   [RtmpCmdQTask]
  236 admin        0 SW   [RtmpWscTask]
  280 admin     1352 S    iwevent
  287 admin        0 SWN  [jffs2_gcd_mtd8]
  298 admin        0 SWN  [jffs2_gcd_mtd9]
  308 admin     4464 S    rootApp
  324 admin     2636 S    mv_ioguard
  327 admin     2636 S    mv_ioguard
  328 admin     2636 S    mv_ioguard
  329 admin     2636 S    mv_ioguard
  330 admin     2636 S    mv_ioguard
  332 admin     2636 S    mv_ioguard
  333 admin     2636 R    mv_ioguard
  334 admin     2636 S    mv_ioguard
  341 admin     2092 S    volumeprompt
  343 admin     2392 S    a01remoteupdate
  350 admin     2392 S    a01remoteupdate
  351 admin     2392 S    a01remoteupdate
  353 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  354 admin     4464 S    rootApp
  355 admin     4464 S    rootApp
  356 admin     4464 S    rootApp
  365 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  369 admin     1220 S    dnsmasq
  371 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  372 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  375 admin    10352 R    multiplayer
  377 admin     2040 S    iperf -s
  381 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  382 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  383 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  384 admin     4548 S    mv_netguard
  391 admin     1128 S    ntpd -l
  392 admin     2040 S    iperf -s
  393 admin     2040 S    iperf -s
  394 admin     2040 S    iperf -s
  400 admin     6492 S    airplay
  404 admin     2092 S    apple_remote
  411 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  413 admin     2092 S    apple_remote
  414 admin     2092 S    apple_remote
  421 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  422 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  423 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  424 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  435 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  436 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  437 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  474 admin     6540 S    airplay
  475 admin     6540 S    airplay
  477 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  478 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  479 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  480 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  481 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  482 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  527 admin     1732 S    udhcpc -i apcli0 -T 5 -H V200 -s /sbin/udhcpc_wl.sh -
  536 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  538 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  539 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  540 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  541 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  542 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  543 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  544 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  545 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  546 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  548 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  551 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  552 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  553 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  554 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  555 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  556 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  557 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  558 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  559 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  560 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  561 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  562 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  564 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  565 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  566 admin     6540 S    airplay
  569 admin     1740 S    -sh
  570 admin    10352 S    multiplayer
  571 admin    10352 S    multiplayer
  572 admin    10352 S    multiplayer
  573 admin    10352 S    multiplayer
  583 admin    10832 S    a01controller
  620 admin     1744 S    -sh
  710 admin     1732 S    sh -c wget  -O /tmp/products.xml 'http://114.215.143.
  711 admin     1140 S    wget -O /tmp/products.xml ?????????
  712 admin     1736 S    tee /tmp/remoteupdatewget.log
  725 admin     1740 S    -sh
  738 admin     1736 R    ps -w
Here a list export of all filesystem files -> To DO

Sound card :

# cat /proc/asound/cards
 0 [RT5350         ]: wm8918 - RT5350
                      RT5350 (wm8918)
Native commands list :
# busybox
BusyBox v1.12.1 (2015-09-24 14:22:57 CST) multi-call binary
Copyright (C) 1998-2008 Erik Andersen, Rob Landley, Denys Vlasenko
and others. Licensed under GPLv2.
See source distribution for full notice.

Usage: busybox [function] [arguments]...
   or: function [arguments]...

        BusyBox is a multi-call binary that combines many common Unix
        utilities into a single executable.  Most people will create a
        link to busybox for each function they wish to use and BusyBox
        will act like whatever it was invoked as!

Currently defined functions:
        [, [[, ash, basename, cat, chmod, chpasswd, cp, date, df, du, echo,
        expr, find, free, grep, halt, hostname, ifconfig, init, init, insmod,
        kill, killall, ln, login, ls, lsmod, lzmacat, mdev, mkdir, mknod,
        mount, mv, nice, ping, ping6, pkill, poweroff, printf, ps, pwd, reboot,
        rm, rmmod, route, sed, sh, sleep, sync, tee, telnetd, test, top,
        touch, udhcpc, umount, unlzma, uptime, vconfig, vi, wc, wget
I have soldered a FTDI on the UART port (PIN 39 and 40) : you will find a full export of the U-boot, a lot of informations.

U-Boot 1.1.3 (Sep 24 2015 - 14:21:58)

Board: Ralink APSoC DRAM: 32 MB
relocate_code Pointer at: 81f68000
spi_wait_nsec: 42
spi device id: c2 20 18 c2 20 (2018c220)
find flash: MX25L12805D
raspi_read: from:30000 len:1000
.*** Warning - bad CRC, using default environment

i2s_slave init
Ralink UBoot Version:
ASIC 5350_MP (Port5<->None)
DRAM_CONF_FROM: Boot-Strapping
DRAM_SIZE: 256 Mbits
DRAM_WIDTH: 16 bits
Flash component: SPI Flash
Date:Sep 24 2015 Time:14:21:58
icache: sets:256, ways:4, linesz:32 ,total:32768
dcache: sets:128, ways:4, linesz:32 ,total:16384

##### The CPU freq = 360 MHZ ####
estimate memory size =32 Mbytes

Please choose the operation:
  0: Boot system code via Flash (default).
  1: Entr boot command line interface.
  2: Load Boot Loader code then write to Flash via TFTP.
  3: Load backup system code then write to Flash via TFTP.
  4: Load system code then write to Flash via TFTP.
  5: Load system code to SDRAM via TFTP.
  6: Load user1 code then write to Flash via TFTP.
  7: Load user2 code then write to Flash via TFTP.

choose the operation update via UDisk:
  a: Load boot loader then write to Flash via UDisk.
  b: Load backup system then write to Flash via UDisk .
  c: Load system kernel then write to Flash via UDisk.
  d: Load system code to SDRAM via UDisk.
  e: Load user1 code then write to Flash via UDisk.
  f: Load user2 code then write to Flash via UDisk.

0: System Boot system code via Flash.
## Booting image at bc250000 ...
raspi_read: from:250000 len:40
. Image Name: Linux Kernel Image
  Created: 2015-09-24 6:29:29 UTC
  Image Type: MIPS Linux Kernel Image (lzma compressed)
  Data Size: 1387707 Bytes = 1.3 MB
  Load Address: 80000000
  Entry Point: 80414000
raspi_read: from:250040 len:152cbb
...................... Verifying Checksum ... OK
  Uncompressing Kernel Image ... OK
No initrd
## Transferring control to Linux (at address 80414000) ...
## Giving linux memsize in MB, 32

Starting kernel ...

LINUX started...

Linux version 2.6.21 (root@wiimu-virtual-machine) (gcc version 3.4.2) #1 Thu Sep 24 14:29:19 CST 2015

Full Export here.

OK now we know that we have a wifi card based on Ralink RT
This card is compatible with openWRT but this is not openwrt with the V200, this is a personalized distrib made by Wiimu

By visual identification I determine that the card is a Nixcore X1 . This card is compatible with OpenWRT but it is not the case with the V200.
This Nixcore is personnalised by Wiimu... And Wiiimu domain name = LinkPlay... linkplay and bingo ! This very interesting, once you know that, you'll find a lots of apps, technical informations and an API ! Each manufacturer referenced by linkplay gives smartphone apps compatible with the V200.


Now I take a look to the /tmp/ folder :

The list of files in tmp folder :

# ls

mv_udhcpc_action_lan             update_successed.mp3             ftrwa_wps_result.log             MVver_new
general.dat                      delay_reboot.sh                  ftrwa_apcli_result.log           cur_playback_meta_data
uart_pass_port                   RequestGoheadCmd                 ftrwa_channel                    airplay_stop
RequestIOGuard                   RequestAppleRemote               ntp_result                       goahead.log.ftrwa
volumeprompt                     RequestAirplay                   region                           ftrwa_imuzo_fifo_client
a01remoteupdate                  a01controller_player_status.txt  products.xml                     mv_ping_result
CN_update_successed.mp3          Requesta01controller             product.xml                      mv_tmp_apcli0.console_out
RequestNetguard                  mv_udhcpc_action                 remoteupdatewget.log
Below the content of each files :
# cat mv_udhcpc_action_lan
# cat general.dat
# cat mv_udhcpc_action_lan
# cat general.dat
# cat uart_pass_port
This port is interesting because you can see last commands send to the wifi card, for example :
# cat delay_reboot.sh

sleep 3
sleep 3
sleep 3
# cat a01controller_player_status.txt
# cat mv_udhcpc_action
# cat ftrwa_wps_result.log
apcli0    stat:
Tx success                        = 11
Tx retry count                  = 0
Tx fail to Rcv ACK after retry  = 0
RTS Success Rcv CTS             = 0
RTS Fail Rcv CTS                = 0
Rx success                      = 77
Rx with CRC                     = 0
Rx drop due to out of resource  = 0
Rx duplicate frame              = 0
False CCA (one second)          = 0
RSSI-A                          = -64
RSSI-B (if available)           = 0
RSSI-C (if available)           = 0

WPS Information:
Enrollee PinCode(ra0)           10564448

Enrollee PinCode(ApCli0)        10564455
Ap Client WPS Profile Count     = 0
# cat ftrwa_apcli_result.log
apcli0    apclistat:
apcli connect to:
BSSID                           = xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
SSID                            = Something
AuthType                        = WPA2PSK
EncrypType                      = AES
PSK                             = xxxxxx
ShareKey                        = ABCFEF123456FFFBBB2222
# cat ftrwa_channel
ra0       RTWIFI SoftAP  ESSID:"V200"  Nickname:""
          Mode:Managed  Channel=1  Access Point: 00:22:XX:XX:XX:XX
          Bit Rate=-0.001 kb/s
# cat ntp_result
 9 Jan 16:15:56 ntpdate[596]: step time server offset 537293708.205995 sec

# cat region

cat products.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
Mhhh... Interesting !
# cat product.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>
This file is very interesting because it show where is the new firmware. I remind you that you should not update your wifi card on V200 otherwise it will not work anymore!

Below the firmware downloaded with the link above (do not use it, I suspect that the I2S pinout output is not the same on this firmware) :
#offset :max_size:min_size:ver:flag:fstype:name:img_size

# cat remoteupdatewget.log
Connecting to (
MVver_new            100% |*******************************|    53   0:00:00 ETA
# cat MVver_new
# cat cur_playback_meta_data
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<DIDL-Lite xmlns:dc="http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/" xmlns:upnp="urn:schemas-upnp-org:metadata-1-0/upnp/" xmlns:song="www.wiimu.com/song/" xmlns="urn:schemas-upnp-org:metadata-1-0/DIDL-Lite/">
<item id="0">
<res protocolInfo="http-get:*:audio/mpeg:DLNA.ORG_PN=MP3;DLNA.ORG_OP=01;" duration="00:08:02.000">spotify:track:47H09jVxrZLalZBv0MnD0R</res>
<upnp:album>Helen Burns</upnp:album>
This file contain all tags informations about the stream currently played.

# cat goahead.log.ftrwa
/httpapi.asp?command=IOSimuRead:17# cat ftrwa_imuzo_fifo_client
This file contains the last API command

# cat mv_ping_result
PING qq.com ( 56 data bytes
64 bytes from seq=0 ttl=43 time=363.378 ms
64 bytes from seq=1 ttl=43 time=361.895 ms
There are many ping to chinese websites (on baidu.com) in this firmware. There is also web script to determine your geographic position. I hope this is just for proposing radios of proximity.

These file are particularly interesting :
a01controller_player_status.json -> contains current state in json format
a01controller_player_status.txt -> send the current status, for example : "2,0" = DLNA stop, "2,1" DLNA play , "2,3" DLNA pause ...
cat cur_playback_meta_data -> contains very detailed metadata of the current stream

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Old 25th January 2017, 11:54 AM   #4
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Smartphone Apps and remote control through API

OK previously reverse engineering taught us a lot, now we know that the wifi board firmware comes from linkplay. If you look on the featured products page you'll find a lot of smartphone apps compatible.

For example the Ieast :

Awesome isn't it ?
Many new features like playing tunein radios, syncing sound between many V200, autosleep, WPS, rename Hotspot quickly ...
And there are many more apps often similar but some manufacturers offers some modified apps, just search for it

And this is not finished ! For home automations fans, you'll find below a guide of the API and a listing of all commands below.
For example to play a stream :
To get the next song :
Click here to download the full API Guide.

These commands one must be verified (extracted from the firmware) :
key_id_press:PlayPause  /tmp/Requesta01controller
MCUKeyShortClick:1  MCUKeyPlay  MCUKeyCircle--  MCUKeyCircle++
setPlayerCmd:pause  setPlayerCmd:resume setPlayerCmd:play
setPlayerCmd:ext_getPlayStatus  setPlayerCmd:ext_getPlayMode
 /tmp/RequestASRTTS  talkstart:0 talkstop
 TtsTime TtsWeather  SetPresetNum:%d
setPlayerCmd:vol--  key_id_press:volup  setPlayerCmd:vol++  setPlayerCmd:slave_vol:%d
setPlayerCmd:slave_mute:%d  key_id_press:mute
setPlayerCmd:ext_slave_mute:%d  setPlayerCmd:switchmode:udisk
setPlayerCmd:switchmode_by_mcu:wifi setPlayerCmd:switchmode_by_mcu:line-in  setPlayerCmd:switchmode_by_mcu:bluetooth
setPlayerCmd:switchmode_by_mcu:optical  setPlayerCmd:switchmode_by_mcu:udisk
setPlayerCmd:switch_DAC_by_mcu:wifi setPlayerCmd:switch_DAC_by_mcu:line-in  setPlayerCmd:switch_DAC_by_mcu:bluetooth
setPlayerCmd:switch_DAC_by_mcu:optical  setPlayerCmd:switch_DAC_by_mcu:udisk
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Docs and url

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Old 25th January 2017, 12:14 PM   #6
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Please note that D802 measures and sounds better than D802C. I don't know if this is also the case with V200 versus V200 WiFi. Never owned one.

Secondly there seem to exist many revisions of the standard V200, maybe it is a good idea to mention revision number of the V200 WiFi you have. New revisions with different features or changes can pop up in days.
It's only audio. Member of the non modular PCB design committee

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Old 25th January 2017, 12:23 PM   #7
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@jean-paul : Can you delete you post and copy/paste here after my last post (the next one) , just for readability


I.am.D, if you read this, here some ideas to improve the V200 :
  • Add RJ45 ethernet port
  • On initial netword configuration the first thing to display is language selection
  • A separate button to switch input sources and volume (a press button for each source ?)
  • If you don't change the scroll wheel button you must display when we are in "input selection mode" and "volume change mode"
  • A better power consumption when the device is powered off
  • Always stay wifi online with an autoswitch when airplay/DLNA/spotify-Connect is used (go back on the previous source when the streaming is ended could be the luxury )
  • change remote control sticker to have right buttons names Make it possible to let VOL+ pushed to turn up the volume instead of pressing it a lot of time)
  • include other multimedia technologies in the network board (squeezebox, MPD, sc2mpd (to stream computer sound without delay) ... and let it opened for tweakers !
  • implement telnet (or web) commands to control the FDA remotely and be able to developp smartphone apps.
  • Implement a channel balance in the firmware

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Old 25th January 2017, 12:42 PM   #8
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DIY and informations

I'm not an expert in audio mods but some guys like globulegl made some very interesting mods. You can take a look here:
I AM D v200, Fx Audio d802, optimisation and TPA3116
Amplificateurs FDA - Page 38 - 30063064 - sur le forum Amplificateurs Intégrés - 1030 - du site Homecinema-fr.com
List of improvements :
Amplificateurs FDA - Page 38 - 30063064 - sur le forum Amplificateurs Intégrés - 1030 - du site Homecinema-fr.com
Change sc8416 by ak4113 :
Amplificateurs FDA - Page 38 - 30063064 - sur le forum Amplificateurs Intégrés - 1030 - du site Homecinema-fr.com for 10$
add IS2 input :
Amplificateurs FDA - Page 38 - 30063064 - sur le forum Amplificateurs Intégrés - 1030 - du site Homecinema-fr.com

Soon I'll explain how to automate V200. You will find the link here on this post (I will update it)

OK go for comments !

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Old 26th January 2017, 12:30 AM   #9
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Great work! I have 5 I.AM.D V200 amplifiers and have had some good success with modifying them. Thanks for posting your results with the WiFi version!

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Old 26th January 2017, 09:42 AM   #10
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my v200 with power supply it s the best on the pict (qa690, d310 stock, d310 tweak)

my v200 tweak :

double power suply 35v with 2x30000uf
12 power low noise
tablett battery 7.4v 45ah for dsp and other chip
low noise clock for dsp
big coil craft inductor
copper coler
tas5614 remplacement by tas5624
i2s in by rj45
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