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Old 31st August 2012, 06:30 PM   #131
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MrSlim,

I have Linux on a couple boxes in an old render farm project but haven't touched them in ages. Don't know if I'll ever be a full convert but am willing and able to use Linux if needed.

I'm in the process of working out the kinks in a really bad (bad meaning vendor supplied some real garbage components) second DAC that should qualify. I ordered this TE7022L module that hopefully will show up in the next few days. Many Dac 5 users are already attempting direct I2S integration. I've been informed that this new Amanero card can also be used with the Mini2496.

It will be fun to dig in
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Old 31st August 2012, 07:24 PM   #132
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BTW: Is there a go to third party music player for Linux or is the embedded software sufficient?
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Old 31st August 2012, 08:47 PM   #133
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Hi, thanks for the GB.
This morning i talked with korben69 that invited me to write here how to proceed.

i propose to do in this manner. Monday i'll upload on the site a spreadsheet with the GB nicknames + prices ( 39+shipping+[VAT]+paypalfee ) then you can send me a private message with your email and i'll reply with a paypal payment request.

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Old 31st August 2012, 08:52 PM   #134
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Old 31st August 2012, 09:25 PM   #135
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I did a quick reconfiguration (compiled a new kernel) with NRPACKS=1 and changed the ALSA configuration back to standard and then forces the the interrupt rate / CPU usage up..

This changes the differences and now the OEM Combo384 Module are less than 2 times better than the standard USB 2.0 adapters.

The OEM Combo384 Module responds very good to tweaking and it will be interesting to see what performance it is possible to get.
The initial more than 10x can possibly be tweaked to closer to 20x lower interrupt rate with the identical settings (I would be surprised if the setup I have used was the most optimal..)

Code:
cat /proc/interrupts   

           CPU0
  0:      24623  orion_irq  orion_tick
  7:        380  orion_irq  serial
 11:        314  orion_irq  mv64xxx_i2c
 21:      49254  orion_irq  kirkwood-i2s
 24:    2116671  orion_irq  ehci_hcd:usb1
 25:    1222102  orion_irq  ehci_hcd:usb2
 29:      10086  orion_irq  eth0
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Old 31st August 2012, 09:28 PM   #136
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BTW: Is there a go to third party music player for Linux or is the embedded software sufficient?
A lot of the Linux people are using MPD (Music Player Daemon), which uses a Client/Server approach, so that you can run the MPD client on a small, low power (read Silent) device, connected to your DAC, and then have your Music on another machine somewhere (even via ethernet) else. But you can have the Client running on the machine where you store your Music as well. There are a few small/light linux distros (voyage linux for CLI fans, and MPDPup for Noobs..) that already have MPD configured..

A few people have mentioned DeadBeef as being a nice player, and I've dabbled with Clementine, and it seems pretty nice, although I havent done any head to head SQ tests..
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Old 31st August 2012, 10:42 PM   #137
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Does your driver supports ASIO??

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Exactly. No ASIO no DSD playback ...
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Old 1st September 2012, 07:38 AM   #138
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Exactly. No ASIO no DSD playback ...
Well, is this planned ??? otherwise I consider to skip my order...

While rigisystems.net provides multichannel & DSD & ASIO!

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Old 1st September 2012, 08:32 AM   #139
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Exactly. No ASIO no DSD playback ...
DoP should work just fine over WASAPI


Could anyone plase explain this line:

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DSD output enable line to signal an incoming DSD stream.The card supports output mode only."
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Old 1st September 2012, 08:37 AM   #140
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Well, is this planned ??? otherwise I consider to skip my order...
While rigisystems.net provides multichannel & DSD & ASIO!
Cheers
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You can freely skip this order. You are advertising product costing almost 10 times more. Plus, messrs Rigisystems refused to sell their product to me, almost a year ago. They even asked me to sign NDA, which I did, and still did not invoiced me nor sent their toy. Lot of international calls for nothing. I survived without them, thanks. Amanero is offering simple an I hope effective device for all my needs.

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