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Old 15th November 2017, 04:12 AM   #1161
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Use the header block which is provided to connect an Amanero board. Pin assignment is as per the Amanero spec sheet -
3 I2S DATA / DSD1
4 I2S BCLK / DSD CLK
5 I2S FSCLK / DSD2

Use the pins on the opposite side of the header block for grounds - 13, 14, 15.

Alternatively, in front of the Amanero header block are 10 holes, in 2 rows of 5. These carry the same connections, but in a different order:
2 BCLK
3 DATA1
4 DATA2 (FSCLK)

If you solder a header here, you can use a standard ribbon cable/plug assembly for connection, and this pin order is more likely to match other I2S output devices, than the Amanero pin order does.
Ok, I tried this connection. I took out Amanero and connect the I2S from my source as described. No Lock, No sound, then I connect a 3.3v to the pin where amanero says 3.3v in it, and it works, now the question is, is there a way where I dont have to provide this 3.3v? maybe a jumper on the board itself, where the board will provide the 3.3v?

Quanghao, can you provide some explanation on this one?

Alex
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Old 2nd March 2018, 05:37 AM   #1162
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DAC-END R (ES9018) full assembled board - version 2
Hi guys, can you please share with your JRiver setup for V2 Guang Hao DAC. Canít set it right on last released player version for Win. Or it is plays PCM 44.1 fine or DSD up to 256. Canít find final setting witch accommodates both. V2 DAC online setup instructions are outdated since they are applicable for quite old JRiver player. Images will be very helpful. Thank you in advance.
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DAC-END R (ES9018) full assembled board - version 2
Can you send me a link to it? Thank you.
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Old 2nd March 2018, 08:41 PM   #1164
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hi the User manual are 1.7MB and Max upload on the forum are 1MB. please PM your email and i will email it to you

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