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Old 17th February 2013, 03:20 PM   #1231
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Old 17th February 2013, 09:07 PM   #1232
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Yes, TDA1541 works with Amanero out of the box.
Connections are rather direct and intuitive -
WS = LRCLK = FS (Frame Sync)
BCLK = BITCLOCK
DATA = DATA

Don't forget to use a ground wire next to each signal wire - use ribbon with the following arrangement:
GSGSGSGSG
where S means signal and G means ground(GND).


Confirmed up to 96kHz material.
192/174kHz doesn't work as the Amanero hit TDA's limitation on BCLK frequency of 5.6MHz (BCLK=32Fs on TDA Vs BCLK=64Fs on Amanero)
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Old 20th February 2013, 06:28 AM   #1233
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Is there a matching DAC planned? If so, time frame? I haven't received a pm or invoice yet for the group buy.
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Old 20th February 2013, 07:42 AM   #1234
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Default Raspberry Pi ?

Has anybody tried the Amanero with a Rasberry Pi yet?

I'm debating getting a RP to try as it could make for a nice, compact media solution, but I've heard there has been problems getting USB audio to work well in the RP.
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Old 20th February 2013, 12:48 PM   #1235
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Has anybody tried the Amanero with a Rasberry Pi yet?

I'm debating getting a RP to try as it could make for a nice, compact media solution, but I've heard there has been problems getting USB audio to work well in the RP.
There are threads about the Rpi elsewhere on DIYaudio, and someone has had reasonable results with the audio widget interface, up to 24/96, with USB 2.0, as long as the devices on the USB bus are all USB 2.0 (I.e. no keyboard connected(which would be USB 1.0))
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Old 20th February 2013, 02:05 PM   #1236
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There are threads about the Rpi elsewhere on DIYaudio, and someone has had reasonable results with the audio widget interface, up to 24/96, with USB 2.0, as long as the devices on the USB bus are all USB 2.0 (I.e. no keyboard connected(which would be USB 1.0))
Thanks for that - I need to do some more digging.
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Old 20th February 2013, 03:41 PM   #1237
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There are threads about the Rpi elsewhere on DIYaudio, and someone has had reasonable results with the audio widget interface, up to 24/96, with USB 2.0, as long as the devices on the USB bus are all USB 2.0 (I.e. no keyboard connected(which would be USB 1.0))
The audio widget thread started intrespersing RPI stuff starting around this post:

Open-source USB interface: Audio Widget


There's also this dedicated thread:

Raspberry Pi -A New DIY'ers Digital Hub?

I have not succeeded in playing completely glitchless music out of my RPI. Maybe I have a dud.
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Old 20th February 2013, 08:50 PM   #1238
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The audio widget thread started intrespersing RPI stuff starting around this post:

Open-source USB interface: Audio Widget


There's also this dedicated thread:

Raspberry Pi -A New DIY'ers Digital Hub?

I have not succeeded in playing completely glitchless music out of my RPI. Maybe I have a dud.
Have you tried strictly headless? That seems to help quite a lot..
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Old 21st February 2013, 09:04 PM   #1239
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Does anyone have a rooted android device with an OTG cable? I'd be interested to know if this will work with that? I'm considering one of these for a car audio interface from an Android based device (Possibly Arndale board, would be Arndale>Amanero>Buffalo III SE>MiniDSP 2x8).

Also is there a group buy currently going on?
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Old 22nd February 2013, 01:47 AM   #1240
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yes there is a GB, best jump on spreadsheet soon.....have a look through the last 10 pages or so for the sheet.....
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