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Old 21st March 2015, 10:59 PM   #1
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Hi,

Welcome to Moode Audio Player release 1.7 for Raspberry Pi formally known as tcmods player.

This release includes support for multiple USB atached storage devices on Pi-2B, IQaudIO AMP+ auto-unmute, other fixes and updates and the addition of two really great Classical music stations from New York. Download is available at tcmods.org. Check out the new DAC LIST page!

See attached release notes for details.

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TC

Refer to the following thread for history of earlier player versions:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/pc-based/261057-tcmods-edition-acx-orion-webui.html

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1.7 Release 2015-03-21
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New features

- NEW: Player brand name and logotype!
- NEW: Customization popup with selection list for Audio Device Descriptions
- NEW: Automatic unmute at player start for IQaudIO AMP+
- NEW: Support for up to 4 USB attached storage devices on Pi-2B

Media

- NEW: WQXR New York - Classical Music
- NEW: WQXR Q2 - Living Music, Living Composers

Updates

- UPD: Enable setting change directly from volume warning popup
- UPD: Add alias logo for TheJazzGroove.com radio station
- UPD: Radio station update #9

Bug fixes

- FIX: Certain popups not launching when Config pages are displayed
- FIX: USB mount not detecting more than one attached device

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Old 22nd March 2015, 11:48 AM   #2
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Hi,

tested and does work with Hifiberry Digi+ on Raspberry Pi 1 B+ (runeaudio also doesn't work with Hifiberry Digi+)

Like it and it will replace my runeaudio installation

cheers

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Old 22nd March 2015, 02:16 PM   #3
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Hi,

tested and does work with Hifiberry Digi+ on Raspberry Pi 1 B+ (runeaudio also doesn't work with Hifiberry Digi+)

Like it and it will replace my runeaudio installation

cheers
Hi,

Thanks for taking the time to test!

I don't have either of these devices and am curious how they spec out on the Audio Information popup when song or radio is playing. If you get a moment, please post (or email me) a screen shot or just the text.

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Old 26th March 2015, 01:19 AM   #4
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Hi,

Moode 1.8 Test Release #1 is available for download at tcmods.org via the TEST CODE button

This release includes a modification to the Library that provides increased performance for large music collections, a few bug fixes and some great new high bitrate radio stations including Czech Radio Classical (FLAC).

See attached release notes for details.

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1.8 Release 2015-04-DD
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New features

- NEW:

Media

- NEW: Czech Radio Classical (FLAC)
- NEW: EuropaRadioJazz - 883 SmoothJazz
- NEW: EuropaRadioJazz - Smoothjazz HD Audiophile
- NEW: EuropaRadioJazz - TheSoundOfJazz

Updates

- UPD: Improve performance of Library for large collections

Bug fixes

- FIX: Incorrect metadata parsing for radio stations that do not transmit a name element

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Old 31st March 2015, 07:19 PM   #5
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Hi,

Moode Twitter feed is up.
https://twitter.com/MoodeAudio

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Old 2nd April 2015, 01:57 AM   #6
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Hi,

I've started to maintain a DAC compatibility list based on user feedback. The following are all USB DAC's that work great on Pi-2B with Moode. More to come. Look for it on tcmods.org DAC LIST page.

Audiobyte Black Dragon
Aune s16
Chord Hugo
Soekris R-2R + DIYinhk receiver
LH Labs Geek out (via powered USB hib)
Marantz HD DAC 1
Pioneer U05

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Old 3rd April 2015, 07:27 AM   #7
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Soekris r2r is not an usb dac. I assume it it the diyinhk usb-i2s(or spdif) converter that is compatible?
I also guess that all xmos(xcore 2.0) usb converters are compatible.
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Old 3rd April 2015, 12:33 PM   #8
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Soekris r2r is not an usb dac. I assume it it the diyinhk usb-i2s(or spdif) converter that is compatible?
I also guess that all xmos(xcore 2.0) usb converters are compatible.
Hi,

Thats correct. The DIYINHK board provides USB to I2S conversion. Soekris DAC board supports I2S, S/PDIF (coax) and S/PDIF (Toslink) input connections. Don't know if "all" xmos based usb converters are compatible.

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Old 4th April 2015, 08:39 AM   #9
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Hi,
tested and does work with Hifiberry Digi+ on Raspberry Pi 1 B+ (runeaudio also doesn't work with Hifiberry Digi+)
Like it and it will replace my runeaudio installation
cheers
Tested and very satisfied with RaspyPlay4 on Raspberry Pi2. Also replaced my RuneAudio installation!

P.S. "Drag to move items" function on Playlist will be very fine...
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Old 4th April 2015, 12:52 PM   #10
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Hi kolja7t,

I'll add RaspyPlay4 to the DAC compatibility list. Thanks!

Its not yet in the i2s device dropdown on System config, but I would like to add it. All I need to know is which i2s device you are currently selecting.

Playlist drag/drop - I'll take a look

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