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Old 17th April 2013, 06:11 AM   #451
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yes, glt is right (and getting lazy so didnt answer hehe) without a controller the dac starts up in defaults on everything and is stuck on the defaults for everything. the defaults look for spdif on spdif input 1 and input 1 only in default and that same line/pin is needed for i2s.

basically to do what you want to do without a controller will require a hardware hack and it will not be optimal, very unlikely to be cheaper or easier either.

the error caused by a relay or switch for spdif, depends on the relay and layout, you would be better off using one of the ti or potato semi MUX/buffers or an RF relay than a standard signal relay, but then you have termination stuff to take care of; not for beginners, many manufacturers dont get it right. the autodetect is good, but not perfect
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Old 17th April 2013, 07:50 AM   #452
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....I'll check your site about a controller.......
What is the degree of difficulty when adding an external controller "?
Glt's hifiduino is the best option. It's very easy to implement and you also get display, volume control, filter control etc. Great stuff!
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Old 21st April 2013, 09:25 AM   #453
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Hi all, do any of you know if i can connect a zapfilter 2 on this dac?
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Old 22nd April 2013, 10:50 PM   #454
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Glt's hifiduino is the best option. It's very easy to implement and you also get display, volume control, filter control etc. Great stuff!
I think I'll do just that !!

Got the Arduino Uno R3, a proto shield kit, and a 16x4 display.
Waiting for the Amanero USB board and some other module parts and molex connectors, etc...
I won't ask all the questions I have still.....most all the info is out there.

Except one....because of my inexperience in writing code....
Is Hifiduino code for the Sabre32 (es9018)....the same for this board, as it is for the Buffalo and others ?
.....Are there any changes to be made after uploading the code, before sending it on to the UNO ? (specifically, the spdif/I2S source switching) ??

BTW.....it would be very helpful if someone would post a "block diagram" for a completed setup. I'll mock one up when I think I'm close to connecting all the parts together.......and post it here, for approval.

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Old 23rd April 2013, 05:43 AM   #455
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(edit... 20x4 display)
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Old 23rd April 2013, 06:07 AM   #456
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Several people have used it with the board with no changes.
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Old 23rd April 2013, 01:45 PM   #457
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glt, whats been your experience with OLED? I still find the colours a bit garish and was thinking vfd, but I do like the idea of colour
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Old 23rd April 2013, 08:27 PM   #458
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Default connect I2S right

hello
i am building also the sabre 9018 from diyinhk.
i have befor the dac, a dsp with I2S connection,but there are a lot of connection,with other desciption,
so my question is can somebody help me to tell me the right connect,from my digelaty dsp I2S to the diyinhk dac I2S ,it can only
four connections be right.
i am beginner in dac and i think this is not the lightest dac .
i took a link on this post and so you will see.
Click the image to open in full size.https://docs.google.com/viewer?attid...umber=3&w=2000
the I2S is J5
i hope someone can help me
regards mennezoe
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Old 24th April 2013, 06:03 AM   #459
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Old 24th April 2013, 08:38 PM   #460
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Unhappy connect I2s right

ok glt
i am to stupid to copy the shematic,i can also write it.

cs dac -pic1
v+ -12v.
mos pic2
gnd gnd
spiclk pic3
mclk
dsp1
fs
dsp2
sclk
dsp3
data
dsp4
dsps

this isthe I2S connection of my dsp.
also another question.i read there are opportunities to connect,raw differential output, so may be some one can tell me wich points are the rights for left an right and gnd left and right.

so hope someone can help me
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