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Old 22nd June 2012, 01:16 AM   #561
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It is currently designed to be bus powered, or externally powered. So 5V in. I will need to get back to you on current draw.
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Old 22nd June 2012, 10:43 AM   #562
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Many thanks Russ, waiting the current draw. Estimated release?
 
Old 6th August 2012, 12:42 PM   #563
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Hi Russ, any news? I have received my raspberry pi and am weighing my options. It seems like I can get an i2s signal directly from the r-pi, but it looks like quite a bit of coding and I'm not sure how that will perform.

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Hi Russ, any news? I have received my raspberry pi and am weighing my options. It seems like I can get an i2s signal directly from the r-pi, but it looks like quite a bit of coding and I'm not sure how that will perform.

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I would suspect that the I2S feed from the R pi would be pretty suspect... as the clock generated onboard the card could not be very clean. It will probably be much better to use a really good USB-I2S solution with a dedicated low noise power supply.

Still awaiting Russ' USB-I2S card... Using another solution right now, and am debating whether to upgrade the oscillators (CCHD series) to 2x speed for better synchronous clocking results with the B-II. Right now I am providing masterclock to the B-II at less than the ideal rate for 24/176.4 and 24/192... Still sounds great though... I would rather wait for Russ' solution, which I presume will have the necessary clock rate for best performance with the ESS 9018, than go to all the trouble and expense of upgrading the clocks on my present card...
 
Old 25th August 2012, 01:32 PM   #565
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It would be nice to see some serious progress. Having a high-end DAC without high-end USB these days is pretty devastating to my feelings. ;-/
 
Old 25th August 2012, 05:04 PM   #566
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Old 25th August 2012, 06:29 PM   #567
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I have made some excellent progress, but I also have 3 new modules we are testing (that were in flight prior to this latest design).

The new things we are working on all work hand in hand. As soon as these are tested I will be ordering prototypes of the version of the USB module we will be making available.

The success of one thing helps move along the progress of the other.
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I also have 3 new modules we are testing
Guessing (hoping!) that one of those is the long-awaited AC2.
 
Old 26th August 2012, 01:37 PM   #569
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... but I also have 3 new modules we are testing (that were in flight prior to this latest design).

The new things we are working on all work hand in hand....

The success of one thing helps move along the progress of the other.
Can you give us an extra hint?
 
Old 26th August 2012, 06:10 PM   #570
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I have made some excellent progress, but I also have 3 new modules we are testing (that were in flight prior to this latest design).

The new things we are working on all work hand in hand. As soon as these are tested I will be ordering prototypes of the version of the USB module we will be making available.

The success of one thing helps move along the progress of the other.
Hi,
any chance to have synchronous clock from usb transport to buffalo 3 ??

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