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Old 2nd September 2015, 10:42 AM   #521
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Does moode support for USB DAC? If so, do we need driver or any configuration to be selected? Please advise.
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Old 2nd September 2015, 11:25 AM   #522
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Hello,

First of all, thanks a lot Tim. Last version is working as good as the previous one. I'm still having some clicks and pops when the songs start and end (Pi-DAC+) and I don't know if there is a bug, limitation or something I can improve to remove them.

I have a request, don't know if it is a new one or not.

Many times I dont have a network (Wi-Fi or Ethernet) to connect to, so I'd love to connect a USB pendrive to the Raspberry Pi and reproduce automatically whatever is there. I can use tethering on my mobile and connect to moode with MPDroid, but sometimes I cannot do it.

Thanks and best regards / Fernando
Hi,

I have a Pi-DAC+ and no issues whatsoever :-) In your case, assuming the noise is not in the song files themselves, I would first try a different PS (power supply), then maybe a different USB cable if using a USB attached drive, stereo interconnect cables, etc. Good quality PS is essential!

USB sticks are supported. Format as NTFS or Ext3/Ext4 and you should be all set.

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Old 2nd September 2015, 11:36 AM   #523
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Does moode support for USB DAC? If so, do we need driver or any configuration to be selected? Please advise.
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Hi,

On moodeaudio.org, click the DAC LIST button. This list contains DAC's and other Audio Devices reported by users to work well with Moode. No driver is needed. Just plug in, reboot and Linux/Moode will automatically configure :-)

Note #1: currently due to a bug in USB driver in Linux 3.18 series kernels, some USB DAC's that use high speed UAC2 USB receivers require a special setting in Linux boot config to workaround the bug. One example is Schiit Modi 2.

Note #2: a few USB DAC's don't work at all with Linux due to the way their USB firmware was written. One example is NAD M51.

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Old 2nd September 2015, 12:18 PM   #524
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Hi,

I have a Pi-DAC+ and no issues whatsoever :-) In your case, assuming the noise is not in the song files themselves, I would first try a different PS (power supply), then maybe a different USB cable if using a USB attached drive, stereo interconnect cables, etc. Good quality PS is essential!

USB sticks are supported. Format as NTFS or Ext3/Ext4 and you should be all set.

Regards,
Tim
Hummm, I'm having some issues with the Pi-DAC+, more noticeable with different power supplies and/or cables. For instance there are some clicks and pops even when moode is booting up. Do you notice any when connecting the Raspberry Pi to the power supply till it starts? If you don't then I'm sending it back and asking for a replacement.

Maybe I did not explain myself. What I want is to have an option on the menu to automatically add and reproduce the contents of an USB drive once it is plugged in, and even better if it can be randomly played. I don't want to open a web browser (or mpdroid) and add them.

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Old 2nd September 2015, 01:46 PM   #525
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Hummm, I'm having some issues with the Pi-DAC+, more noticeable with different power supplies and/or cables. For instance there are some clicks and pops even when moode is booting up. Do you notice any when connecting the Raspberry Pi to the power supply till it starts? If you don't then I'm sending it back and asking for a replacement.

Maybe I did not explain myself. What I want is to have an option on the menu to automatically add and reproduce the contents of an USB drive once it is plugged in, and even better if it can be randomly played. I don't want to open a web browser (or mpdroid) and add them.

Thanks and best regards / Fernando
Hi,

I have the following 5 configurations and no noises whatsoever at power up, during boot or during play back.

- Pi-1B + G2 Labs BerryNOS Red (i2s) + G2 Labs Custom PS
- Pi-1B + JDS Labs ODAC (usb) + Canakit 5V 2.5A PS
- Pi-1B + JDS Labs ODAC (usb) + Canakit 5V 2.5A PS
- Pi-2B + IQaudIO Pi-DAC+ (i2s) + Canakit 5V 2.5A PS
- Pi-2B + IQaudIO Pi-DigiAMP+ (i2s) + XP Power VEF50US15 15v 3.3amp External AC/DC Power brick

The file loading feature you are describing is where music collection is on NAS and then USB storage device is plugged into the Pi, and then a menu pick for copying all or part of the music collection from NAS to the USB storage device for offline use.

Did I understand correctly?

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Old 2nd September 2015, 03:00 PM   #526
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Hi Tim,
Just downloaded and installed v2.2.

Sounds so far as good as the previous :-) Great work!!!

I'm just facing also a strange cover art issue: while the covers are shown on my tablet they aren't on my win8 notebook.
See following pic:
Click the image to open in full size.
This hasn't occured with version 2.1.

All files are stored on my NAS as MP3, flac or dsf and include embedded covers as well as a separate folder.jpg.

Any tip?

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Hi Tim,
Just downloaded and installed v2.2.

Sounds so far as good as the previous :-) Great work!!!

I'm just facing also a strange cover art issue: while the covers are shown on my tablet they aren't on my win8 notebook.
See following pic:
Click the image to open in full size.
This hasn't occured with version 2.1.

All files are stored on my NAS as MP3, flac or dsf and include embedded covers as well as a separate folder.jpg.

Any tip?
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Just the mp3's or do all files exhibit the symptom on Win8 ?

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Old 2nd September 2015, 03:15 PM   #528
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Hi Tim,
Just downloaded and installed v2.2.

Sounds so far as good as the previous :-) Great work!!!

I'm just facing also a strange cover art issue: while the covers are shown on my tablet they aren't on my win8 notebook.
See following pic:
Click the image to open in full size.
This hasn't occured with version 2.1.

All files are stored on my NAS as MP3, flac or dsf and include embedded covers as well as a separate folder.jpg.

Any tip?
try a different browser,, Chrome or Ie..
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Old 2nd September 2015, 03:57 PM   #529
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Hi,

Just the mp3's or do all files exhibit the symptom on Win8 ?

Regards,
Tim
all formats

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try a different browser,, Chrome or Ie..
I used already Chrome on my tab as well as on my Notebook.

But with IE11 all covers are shown correctly?!?!

But there were all shown with Chrome when I used v2.1.

Hmm...donīt like IE11 at all ;-)

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I used already Chrome on my tab as well as on my Notebook.

But with IE11 all covers are shown correctly?!?!

But there were all shown with Chrome when I used v2.1.

Hmm...donīt like IE11 at all ;-)
Hi,

There is bug in 2.2 affecting coverart. It appears to be outside of the code and possibly in one of the config files. I'll post back as soon as its isolated and a fix or workaround is available.

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