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Old Today, 02:02 AM   #10051
NuGuy Audio is offline NuGuy Audio
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Hi Tim,

I'm a NuBi to all this and giving moode a try in my home made wifi speakers running off rpi3 with a hifi berry amp hat on top. Presently I'm running LMS on my PC as a server and using squeezer to sync my multiple speakers which works great. My problem is when I select internet radio in squeezer it doesn't show anything. What am I'm missing?
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Old Today, 02:46 AM   #10052
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Hi @gychang,

What I2S driver does the manufacturer specify for this board?

-Tim
They donít...

It uses an NXP UDA1334a chip, which works with the generic/Hifiberry setting.



Cheap DAC... <$0.50 in small quantity...

I use a lot of NXP silicon. Great documentation for their microcontrollers but negligible for their DACs.
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Old Today, 04:21 AM   #10053
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Hello
"normal" hifiberry-dac driver should works, but seems that these boards has problem with playing 16 bit material...if I were you i will try this one:
ES9038 Q2M DAC DSD Decoder Support IIS DSD 384KHz Coaxial Fiber DOP | eBay
But these are cheap ones so maybe you should count with "some" issuess...
Regards Vita
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Old Today, 06:18 AM   #10054
DRONE7 is offline DRONE7  New Zealand
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Hello
"normal" hifiberry-dac driver should works, but seems that these boards has problem with playing 16 bit material...if I were you i will try this one:
ES9038 Q2M DAC DSD Decoder Support IIS DSD 384KHz Coaxial Fiber DOP | eBay
But these are cheap ones so maybe you should count with "some" issuess...
Regards Vita
I wondered when this board would get some light...

As Tim has said elsewhere....an MCU on an Ess board that exposes the i2c lines for the hardware volume control and FIR filters would be an interesting workaround.....

DSD64 over coaxial and optical and DSD256 over i2c....

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Optical&coaxial input: DSD64 DOP

PCM:44.1KHz,48KHz,88.2KHz,96KHz,

176.4KHz,192KHz,352.8KHz,384KHz

DSD: 2.8 MHz (DSD64) - DoP,native

5.6 MHz (DSD128) - DoP,native

11.2 MHz (DSD256) - native

There is a connector for volume control, One 10K ohm potentiometer can be series connected to adjust volume.

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Old Today, 12:19 PM   #10055
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Default Fix for Hifiberry DAC+ Pro at 352.8 kHz

Hello Tim and Klaus (soundcheck)!

Daniel at Hifiberry has patched the driver for the DAC+ Pro so that 352.8 kHz won't clock at 384 kHz. It appears it has been committed, too:
Fixed a bug when using 352.8kHz sample rate by hifiberry * Pull Request #2231 * raspberrypi/linux * GitHub

Hopefully the kernal update will make it into Moode someday soon

From the snippet of code I saw in the pull request, I don't believe it will break the 384 kHz party for others.

Thanks again,
Richard
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Old Today, 01:05 PM   #10056
TimCurtis is offline TimCurtis  United States
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Hi @rhizomusicosmos ,

Good news :-)

moOde 4.0 (December 2017) will have this update along with updated Piano 2.1 driver.

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Old Today, 05:39 PM   #10057
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Daniel at Hifiberry has patched the driver for the DAC+ Pro so that 352.8 kHz won't clock at 384 kHz. It appears it has been committed, too:
He hopefully also patched the PCM51xx codec to enable 352.8 once and forever
also with the standard kernels! Perhaps you gonna tell him!
It's a very trivial patch - which is available since quite some time.

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Old Today, 06:48 PM   #10058
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Hello
"normal" hifiberry-dac driver should works, but seems that these boards has problem with playing 16 bit material...if I were you i will try this one:
ES9038 Q2M DAC DSD Decoder Support IIS DSD 384KHz Coaxial Fiber DOP | eBay
But these are cheap ones so maybe you should count with "some" issuess...
Regards Vita
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