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Old 17th August 2013, 04:03 AM   #1691
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nice build, the casework looks great, very industrial (in a good way, the artistic sense)
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This well and truly derailed in the last 36 hours. Insulting/OT/garbage posts pulled and warnings issues.
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ABSOLUTT, I've edited (realigned) your pictures so they display correctly but please keep to the topic of the thread. I've deleted your speaker pictures as they seemed non-relevant to the thread.
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Thanks! Correctly, too of it I thought! Kirill.
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Domenico has just released the latest 1.15 version of the update tool and also firmware 1.079.
Download from here: http://amanero.com/oemtool115.zip
In order to enable new features in the "Configuration bits" tab it is necessary to fully flash the Combo384 with the new 1.079 (first CPLD and then CPU).

New features:

1) Prescaler (aka divider): /1, /2 & /4
2) Limit Word Length: 32, 24 & 16
3) Stream Format: I2S, Left Justified & Right Justified (the latter is not working ATM)
4) Independent Slave Mode XO selectors (Pin1 & Pin11)
5) Enable F0, F1, F2 & F3 functions (I still don't know what pins are used) reports current sample rate according to the next table:
this is the sample rate table

0 (F3), 0 (F2), 0(F1), 0(F0) -> 32kHz
0 (F3), 0 (F2), 0(F1), 1(F0) -> 44.1kHz
0 (F3), 0 (F2), 1(F1), 0(F0) -> 48kHz
0 (F3), 0 (F2), 1(F1), 1(F0) -> 88.2kHz
0 (F3), 1 (F2), 0(F1), 0(F0) -> 96kHz
0 (F3), 1 (F2), 0(F1), 1(F0) -> 176.4kHz
0 (F3), 1 (F2), 1(F1), 0(F0) -> 192kHz
0 (F3), 1 (F2), 1(F1), 1(F0) -> 352.8kHz
1 (F3), 0 (F2), 0(F1), 0(F0) -> 384kHz

Pending (hopefully soon):

- Bitclock fs: 32fs & 64fs (currently only 64fs)
- Disable DoP detector

Slave mode reports will be much appreciated. TIA

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Today i received mine and here you see what pins are used for the F0,F1,F2 and F3.
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Thank you Domenico for your nice product.

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