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Old 11th October 2017, 07:01 AM   #9981
DRONE7 is offline DRONE7  New Zealand
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The ‘web interface’ used in this U$4094 (and that’s the starting price) is..... your brainchild, Tim. Trust you’ve licensed it....

The DAC used is the U$170 Soekris DAM1021. Surely people don’t pay that kind of coin for DIY hifi?!

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Arrgh, my eyes bleed !
Don't worry Tim, no one is going to spend more than 10 seconds at that website before bailing with the mother of all migraines...

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Old 11th October 2017, 08:14 AM   #9982
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Which is why my electronics are potted - to open it up and find out what chips, etc. I’m using destroys the device. If you have the ability to core-dump the processor and reverse-engineer code from that, good on you. The effort is greater than it would be to write the stuff in the first place.

I was working with a local designer today who casually asked what my components cost. He was surprised that the custom lamp he was buying from me only has about $40 in parts. I told him he was welcome to make his own... I wouldn’t cause a fuss.

When his installation tech was brought in, he said it would probably take three or four months to work out what I had done... they all agreed to just pay me for the lamp

Eventually I would like to make a custom wall-mounted art/audio installation using Moode. Something shiny with wood, acrylic, leds and the like. Wireless speakers would be obligatory. It would be awesome if I could have the gall to sell it for $4k... I think a 10% royalty to the software designer would be appropriate, don’t you?

Actually touting that he’s used Moode for free and an $170 Soekris DAC, then pricing it at $4K shows a lot of bottle... more than I’ve got.
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Old 11th October 2017, 12:00 PM   #9983
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So for those of us using the DAC+Pro, we will need to ask Hifiberry to patch their driver...
Yep, that would be the way forward. The codec and the driver needs to be
patched. These are minor patches. I've done both. Only the codec patch got released so far though.
As I said. Hifiberry wasn't capable of reliably go >192k for all their models from what's been communicated over here in the past.
384k support rather sneaked in by coincidence!
Not sure, if they're willing to take the risk by introducing these patches! They might face numerous complaints.

Good luck with HifiBerry.

However.

If you seriously intend to listen to DSD/DOP material at quality levels,
I'm not really sure if these entry-level HifiBerry devices are the right choice!


Off-topic-hint:

All of you folks running these TP PCM51xx family DACs with 384k
support, might try resampling to 352k8 or 384k.
At these rates all the internal DAC filters get bypassed.


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Old 11th October 2017, 01:41 PM   #9984
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The ‘web interface’ used in this U$4094 (and that’s the starting price) is..... your brainchild, Tim. Trust you’ve licensed it....

The DAC used is the U$170 Soekris DAM1021. Surely people don’t pay that kind of coin for DIY hifi?!

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Hi,

Nope, not licensed. I'll have a look.

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Old 11th October 2017, 01:47 PM   #9985
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Which is why my electronics are potted - to open it up and find out what chips, etc. I’m using destroys the device. If you have the ability to core-dump the processor and reverse-engineer code from that, good on you. The effort is greater than it would be to write the stuff in the first place.

I was working with a local designer today who casually asked what my components cost. He was surprised that the custom lamp he was buying from me only has about $40 in parts. I told him he was welcome to make his own... I wouldn’t cause a fuss.

When his installation tech was brought in, he said it would probably take three or four months to work out what I had done... they all agreed to just pay me for the lamp

Eventually I would like to make a custom wall-mounted art/audio installation using Moode. Something shiny with wood, acrylic, leds and the like. Wireless speakers would be obligatory. It would be awesome if I could have the gall to sell it for $4k... I think a 10% royalty to the software designer would be appropriate, don’t you?

Actually touting that he’s used Moode for free and an $170 Soekris DAC, then pricing it at $4K shows a lot of bottle... more than I’ve got.
The interesting thing about licensing is that there is no guarantee that a license would even be granted, for any amount of money.

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Old 11th October 2017, 02:20 PM   #9986
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Hi,

Some screen shots of the EQ's coming in moOde 4.0. Both support Curve add/edit/remove and a nice Curve Play feature for easily testing (listening to) the curves :-)

-Tim
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Old 11th October 2017, 04:32 PM   #9987
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Default internet Radio

Tim,
can you add AFN to the Radio list?
There are several channels by the bases.
can access from the browser or mobile app (e.g., American Forces Network Pacific)
i am not too sure the access protocol but hopefully you can know.

note that i never intend to promote any of military stuff, just having fun from them.

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Old 11th October 2017, 05:15 PM   #9988
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Hi Hiroyuki-san,

They are probably good stations but I generally only include commercial-free, listener-supported music stations or the occasional "culture" or "sports" broadcasts.

-Tim
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Old 12th October 2017, 12:56 AM   #9989
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Default playlists?

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Hi,

Some screen shots of the EQ's coming in moOde 4.0. Both support Curve add/edit/remove and a nice Curve Play feature for easily testing (listening to) the curves :-)

-Tim
Super sweet! Just got my MoodeAudio 3.8 and working great. The upcoming parametric EQ sold me

BTW - I'm new to the player - is there one playlist (ie called default playlist)? Or can I (how) create another? Can't seem to add playlists, just modify the current one?
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Old 12th October 2017, 01:01 AM   #9990
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Hi @LCipher,

Click \/ icon in the upper left of Playback panel.

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