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Old 5th November 2012, 05:21 PM   #681
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Mine has turned up as wel, many thanks

Looking forward to trying it

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Old 5th November 2012, 05:37 PM   #682
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Hi, anyone use the amanero with the acko dac?

I'm seriously looking at the 9023 DAC-AKD-20 (NEW RELEASE).
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Old 5th November 2012, 06:00 PM   #683
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Board connected and functioning properly!

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Old 5th November 2012, 06:05 PM   #684
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Cool, how did you do that?
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Old 5th November 2012, 06:27 PM   #685
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Old 5th November 2012, 06:31 PM   #686
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Hi, anyone use the amanero with the acko dac?

I'm seriously looking at the 9023 DAC-AKD-20 (NEW RELEASE).
hmm it would seem a bit of an odd choice, not the ackodac, he makes great stuff, but the 9023 neither handles DSD, nor higher than 192kHz, so that rules out 2 of the major advantages of this board. I think if you are looking at connecting ackodac and amanero, it might be worth hanging on for a little bit.... not for the 9023 though. now if neither of those 2 things interest you, then yes I think its a good design. ive been running the amanero with the AKD12P and fifo, good stuff

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Ok, I'm still investigating what I should be hooking up to the amanero.

If you have any suggestions - please post them here.

Qusp - nice gallery on head-hifi.
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Old 6th November 2012, 05:22 AM   #688
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Got mine too and it is playing DSD with the original TPS Buffalo24. The Sabre 9008 autodetects between PCM and DSD and plays so no messing around with writing I2C to Registers for this feature. However it still needs I2C comms to switch between SPDIF and I2S so I still need to investigate the Amanero Config Utility to decide whether I should use that or go the full hog with Arduino.
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Hey,

Got mine yesterday and am somewhat in awe of the possibilities inherent in this small board :-)

Have installed the drivers and my computer installs the driver (32 bit WIN7 professional) & recognizes the board when inserted, however, there's no "program" or anything in the windows program selection that I can startup an "amanero dialog/firmware" with. Might I have missed something?

When I go to the C drive and into programs I do find an amanerofolder which is called setup32. Should I startup this one?

Sorry if this has already been discussed - & help is appreciated :-)

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Old 6th November 2012, 08:08 AM   #690
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Hey,

Got mine yesterday and am somewhat in awe of the possibilities inherent in this small board :-)

Have installed the drivers and my computer installs the driver (32 bit WIN7 professional) & recognizes the board when inserted, however, there's no "program" or anything in the windows program selection that I can startup an "amanero dialog/firmware" with. Might I have missed something?

When I go to the C drive and into programs I do find an amanerofolder which is called setup32. Should I startup this one?

Sorry if this has already been discussed - & help is appreciated :-)

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