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Old 10th April 2012, 04:36 PM   #101
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Ah, nice, but not very well camouflaged.
Well, camouflage will stand out on a parking lot!
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Old 10th April 2012, 05:47 PM   #102
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Well, camouflage will stand out on a parking lot!
We are really getting off topic here, but I remember years ago a friend of mine showed up at a military vehicle show in the "military vehicles only" section in a blue Vauxhall Astra van from the 80's, with a sign saying "SAS undercover surveillance, Northern Ireland, 1985" - and got away with it!
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Old 26th April 2012, 12:11 PM   #103
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Any news about the DLCP?
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Old 27th April 2012, 06:42 AM   #104
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We're working on the V2 version
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Old 27th April 2012, 09:03 AM   #105
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Will there be an audible difference between the analogue and the digital volume control? What's recommended to use?
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Old 27th April 2012, 09:10 AM   #106
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Will there be an audible difference between the analogue and the digital volume control? What's recommended to use?
I didn't think there was an analogue volume control. I thought it was only digital - "digital preamplifier"
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Old 27th April 2012, 11:59 AM   #107
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Great that you are working on the V2, but any more news about when it will be ready?
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Old 27th April 2012, 11:50 PM   #108
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Question Hypex DLCP

Hi all, I'm new to the DIY-audio scene. From what I've read the DIY-audio community is very interesting and fascinating for me but some things are absolutely not clear for a newcomer like me.

I'm looking for a perfect DIY-solution to get 5.1 channel sound by USB from my Windows 7 PC to my Hypex UcD modules in the highest possible quality. (So Windows 7 PC digital signal -> USB 6 channel decoder(I2S>DAC or DSP/DLCP) -> 5x UcD amp's(>speakers)+1x sub connected by RCA output)

From what I've read the exaU2I + the TPA Buffallo III is the only solution to get this done.
But I want to use the Windows Volume Mixer for easy usage, so that I can play all Internet streaming content, blu-ray, foobar, xbmc etc. in a easy way.
This is not possible in a proper way with the exaU2I because it only has ASIO drivers.

And besides that; the Hypex DLCP seems to be a far more interesting option, because the Hypex DLCP looks like a much better integrated solution.

So I'm wondering, does the Hypex DLCP offer what I am looking for? Or am I thinking completely wrong?
Can the DLCP play 5.1 audio from my computer, and send this information to the 5x Hypex UcD's(+1 RCA for sub)?
Are the Hypex DLCP-drivers developed for this kind of usage? Are the drivers WDM so that the Windows Volume Control is available?

How is the sound quality compared to "exaU2I + the TPA Buffallo III"?
Does the DLCP work "Asynchronous"?

Can the Hypex DLCP be powered by the Hypex SMPS400 together with 2 180 UcD's on the same SMPS?

On hypex.nl I read 2 confusing things: "96kHz sampling rate" & "Input sample rates up to 192kHz". Does this mean that the DLCP can't send 192khz blu-ray signal in full audio resolution to the UcD's? Or are these specifications outdated?

Any input is welcome! Sorry for my simple minded questions, I've already done a lot of research but I can't get these questions solved without asking. I really appreciate every input.
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Old 26th May 2012, 02:45 PM   #109
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If i read correctly there has been lots of progress on the DLCP recently, is there a list of the current specs on the board?

But more specifically I wonder about what chip is used for USB input, does it have linux compatible drivers? Clarification: I only mean audio input here, I don't mind having to use windows when configuring.

And how many biquads per channel will be available to play with?

Last edited by OllBoll; 26th May 2012 at 03:06 PM. Reason: Clarification
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Old 27th May 2012, 06:12 PM   #110
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Apart from spec sheet I thought of another thing:

Will the board have unbalanced analogue output on some/all channels? If not, will there be an optional extension board that can convert balanced output to unbalanced?
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