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Old Yesterday, 03:19 PM   #9801
TimCurtis is offline TimCurtis  United States
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Ha, ha. I would have figured #2 #4 out myself

I have a Pi3 running ethernet and would like to avoid yet another Wifi antenna emitting radio waves around me. Thank's

Ps. I couldn't find an option in Moode. Maybe there is one over the command line. I'll check it out. Didn't think of doing that.
Hi,

Try entering a bogus SSID. This should prevent AP mode from starting.

In moOde 4 I've changed to only starting AP mode if SSID is blank AND there is no Ethernet connection. This will address your concern regarding having AP mode running while also connected via Ethernet.

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Hi Tim, will you check with Allo Team / Audiophonics issue with combo Rpi + AlloReclocker + Audioph.9028q2m, on all softwares including any driver or core (dietpi) there are crackling and loud pops on start of any tracks also between shifting....Allo and Audioph. are informed, so only kind question if you have recorded this problem, PS: ihave checked Volumio, Rune, Roon Bridge onto DietPi, Moode ... so there is problem with KaliReclocker paired with DAC from Audioph. 9028q2, i ams asking you because i would like to use your Moode Player and also future 4.0 ... Thanks , Vita
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Hi Tim, will you check with Allo Team / Audiophonics issue with combo Rpi + AlloReclocker + Audioph.9028q2m, on all softwares including any driver or core (dietpi) there are crackling and loud pops on start of any tracks also between shifting....Allo and Audioph. are informed, so only kind question if you have recorded this problem, PS: ihave checked Volumio, Rune, Roon Bridge onto DietPi, Moode ... so there is problem with KaliReclocker paired with DAC from Audioph. 9028q2, i ams asking you because i would like to use your Moode Player and also future 4.0 ... Thanks , Vita
Hi Vita,

The symptom suggests a compatibility issue between the two devices. This is the type of problem that only the vendors themselves can troubleshoot, and there is no guarantee that either of them would be willing to do so.

I'd guess that since Allo has announced an new ES based DAC of their own that they are probably not too interested in troubleshooting Audiophonics products.
New DAC from Allo ess9028q2m for RPI

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Old Yesterday, 07:42 PM   #9804
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Hi,

Try entering a bogus SSID. This should prevent AP mode from starting. Or if u are using Pi-3B or 0W integrated WiFi adapter then turn it off in System config.

Whats your usage scenario?

in moOde 4 I've changed to only starting AP mode if SSID is blank AND there is no ethernet connection.

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Thank's, I'm using a Pi3B. I missed the setting in "System Configuration". Sorry.
All perfect now, turned it off and am using ethernet only
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Ha, ha. I would have figured #2 #4 out myself

I have a Pi3 running ethernet and would like to avoid yet another Wifi antenna emitting radio waves around me. Thank's

Ps. I couldn't find an option in Moode. Maybe there is one over the command line. I'll check it out. Didn't think of doing that.
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