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Old 11th August 2011, 02:38 PM   #241
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Sounds most excellent. Now I just want to buy one

I just wanted to add, thank-you Hifimediy for listening to us as both potential customers and eager hobbyists. Personally I have never had interaction of this kind with a designer/manufacturer before. To know my opinions have not only been heard, but taken into account in the design of an item that I now want to purchase is refreshing. So thank-you and keep it up!

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Old 11th August 2011, 10:46 PM   #242
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I just wanted to add, thank-you Hifimediy for listening to us as both potential customers and eager hobbyists. Personally I have never had interaction of this kind with a designer/manufacturer before. To know my opinions have not only been heard, but taken into account in the design of an item that I now want to purchase is refreshing. So thank-you and keep it up!
Indeed.

That said, it's been a year since you first announced this project, so people are getting anxious.
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Old 12th August 2011, 06:30 AM   #243
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Basic functions for DDX320 board, update
1. S/PDIF signal (Optical and Coaxial) input, 192kHz24bit acceptable and 96kHz24bit processing.
2. Input source switch by pressing button of rotary encoder, with LED indicate.
3. Standby (power down) mode enter/exit by long press(about 3sec.) the button.
4. Rotary volume control, from -127dB to 20dB(1dB/step). with 5x LED level display.
5. User configure data auto saving when power down.
6. Output relays for speaker protection when output DC.
7. Output relays delay to turn on/ instant off when power on/off.
8. On board 3rd channel(sub-woofer) cross over frequency setting(by 4x DIP switches). 80~360Hz with 20Hz/step. And pass through option(all switch on).
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sw1 sw2 sw3 sw4 FRQ
off off off off 360Hz
on off off off 340Hz
off on off off 320Hz
on on off off 300Hz
off off on off 280Hz
on off on off 260Hz
off on on off 240Hz
on on on off 220Hz
off off off on 200Hz
on off off on 180Hz
off on off on 160Hz
on on off on 140Hz
off off on on 120Hz
on off on on 100Hz
off on on on 80Hz
on on on on pass through
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9. 3rd channel (sub-woofer) volume saperately controlled by pressing the button and rotary.
10. Configure the data to be default by pressing the button when power on.
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Old 12th August 2011, 08:28 AM   #244
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Sounds good! Basic, simple and provides the functions needed.

When can we buy one?
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Old 12th August 2011, 08:55 AM   #245
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Sounds good! Basic, simple and provides the functions needed.

When can we buy one?
pls contact nick for order.
The first batch of DDX320 will have about 10pcs.
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Old 4th September 2011, 11:14 AM   #246
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Any chance of adding a remote volume option?

What would really make this brilliant would be if there was remote volume option and it used (or could learn) the codes sent by the remote for the Cambridge Audio iD100 (vol up/down, source, mute). Then you could build a fully-digital 2.1 system with remote control that would take up very little space and use an ipod as source with an option of adding a second digital source as well

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PS: Probably a bit late to ask for this now, especially since I just pre-ordered a board but still...
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Old 5th September 2011, 06:50 AM   #247
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Price incl intl shipping?
hifimediy.com is very slow from denmark at the moment, so I can't see if you have already a price in you webshop.
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Old 5th September 2011, 07:26 AM   #248
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+1 just found this thread and I want one
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Old 5th September 2011, 09:56 AM   #249
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here is some nice toys too
Buy 2.1 OR 3 WAY DSP AMP, CLASS D, 300W, DSP+TAS5630+SMPS 2.1 OR THREE WAY HI-FI AMP WITH ANALOG/SPDIF/USB SOURCE SELECTOR at Aliexpress.com
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Old 6th September 2011, 02:52 AM   #250
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Price incl intl shipping?
hifimediy.com is very slow from denmark at the moment, so I can't see if you have already a price in you webshop.
Something wrong with the website last days. I think you can see the price now.
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