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Old 11th July 2013, 05:52 AM   #1621
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It makes sense.
Have you checked if pin 6 has no voltage when playing?
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Old 11th July 2013, 11:52 AM   #1622
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The firmware download has a Readme.pdf included. The file contains the instructions, but we don't read those, well real men don't??!! That process worked OK for me.
Reminds me of a label I found on the back cover of a model airplane power pack - "If this unit appears to malfunction or behave unexpectedly, then READ the MANUAL. OK, now do you need to remove the back? And, No, I never did remove the back!!
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Old 11th July 2013, 01:39 PM   #1623
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Ha! figures. Re: reading pin 6, no - not yet. We're in the middle of packing to move and my brief stop at the bench to flash the firmware was greeted by the icy daggers from my lovely wife :-) I hope to dive in this evening.
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Old 11th July 2013, 05:23 PM   #1624
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I think use this cable to connect my interface
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it looks such as RG 316 Wire Invalid Request ,votre avis?
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Old 13th July 2013, 02:23 AM   #1625
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Ok. The steps I detailed above successfully flashed the Amanero into slave mode. Full sync is partially working (confirmed that clock is being supplied to pin #6). I have more troubleshooting to do though. 96K plays slow - like clock select isn't selecting the proper clock, or maybe the divider circuit isn't working properly. Seems 24 & 88 work fine. Anyway, just thinking out loud. I have to park it until I return from a trip next weekend.

It'll be nice to get the bugs out; full sync with the crystek clocks sounded very, very nice.

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Ha! figures. Re: reading pin 6, no - not yet. We're in the middle of packing to move and my brief stop at the bench to flash the firmware was greeted by the icy daggers from my lovely wife :-) I hope to dive in this evening.
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Old 15th July 2013, 04:49 PM   #1626
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Default New group buy

Dear All,
is there anybody interested in a new Group Buy of the card?

...or is there anybody who knows if are there any GBs open?

Thanks in advance,
GM
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Old 15th July 2013, 05:47 PM   #1627
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The GB sheet is at Post 34 -
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...wYS1EcXc#gid=0
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Old 16th July 2013, 05:27 AM   #1628
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Good Afternoon All.

I am about to purchase the Twisted Pear Buffalo IIISE DAC. Probably playing out of a Mac Mini via USB or an old Windows computer USB.

Are the Amanero USB-I2S and the Buffalo IIISE compatible with very few difficulties? (As is usual, when I peruse a bulletin board such as this, usually most of the posts describe problems rather than joyful outcomes.)

I am happy to wire things up according to instructions, using a bit of logic and common sense along the way, and to flash some chips as required, but I have no skills in diagnosis of digital problems.

Should I expect this all to work more or less on the first attempt?

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Old 16th July 2013, 07:29 AM   #1629
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Hi,
you can connect it without difficulties.
Read this thread or the hifiduino one, you'll find more info than you need.

Good luck!
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Old 17th July 2013, 04:59 AM   #1630
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Good Afternoon All.

I am about to purchase the Twisted Pear Buffalo IIISE DAC. Probably playing out of a Mac Mini via USB or an old Windows computer USB.

Are the Amanero USB-I2S and the Buffalo IIISE compatible with very few difficulties? (As is usual, when I peruse a bulletin board such as this, usually most of the posts describe problems rather than joyful outcomes.)

I am happy to wire things up according to instructions, using a bit of logic and common sense along the way, and to flash some chips as required, but I have no skills in diagnosis of digital problems.

Should I expect this all to work more or less on the first attempt?

Regards,
George.
I connected my Amanero straight (4 wires) to the BIII-SE & it worked first time no issues
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