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Old 2nd October 2012, 10:39 AM   #461
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Yes I caught Almanero’s post in my email box and came over to see it in the flesh so to speak.
Maybe he was swept away in the stampede of eager customers.
Hi Skylab
A picture of how you connected Subbu’s DAC to Almanero board may help find the problem more quickly.
Yellow is Data, Green is BCLK, Blue is FSCLK and Pink is ground. The Subbu DACX is working fine with S/pdif input.

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Old 2nd October 2012, 11:05 AM   #462
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Hi skylab
Can't see if you have removed R7-R8-R9...
When doing this you "cut" I2S signals from WM8804.
(R7 : BCK - R8 : LRCK - R9 : SDI for ES9023)
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Old 2nd October 2012, 11:26 AM   #463
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Hi skylab
Can't see if you have removed R7-R8-R9...
When doing this you "cut" I2S signals from WM8804.
(R7 : BCK - R8 : LRCK - R9 : SDI for ES9023)
Worth a try
Hi Korben

yes that's just what i was thinking as it wonít work with those resistors in place.

Skylab

just out of interest what OS and audio player are you using? have you checked the OP settings on your audio player? Itís easy to overlook those things.

Been there done that

It may also be worth doing a board to board continuity check just to make sure that your connections are nice and snug.

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Old 2nd October 2012, 11:32 AM   #464
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skylab "pins output" for I2S seem correctly placed to me.
But the R7/8/9 are used for WM8804 I2S and could interract...
Removing them is IMHO the way to go.
Config : Win7 64 bits + Foobar + Wasapi 3
OP settings on Foobar ? Please elaborate
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Old 2nd October 2012, 11:56 AM   #465
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skylab "pins output" for I2S seem correctly placed to me.
But the R7/8/9 are used for WM8804 I2S and could interract...
Removing them is IMHO the way to go.
Config : Win7 64 bits + Foobar + Wasapi 3
OP settings on Foobar ? Please elaborate
I want to keep the resistor there so that I still can use s/Pdif if needed, guess that didn't work. I will build another dac without the WM8804 to test with the amanero (have 1 pcb left). I am running Win 7 pro 32bit with foobar2000 + DS amanero driver, didn't use wasapi.
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Old 2nd October 2012, 12:06 PM   #466
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That's exactly my position and configuration skylab.
I let my actual V2.6 DAC in SPDIF mode, it sounds very very good as it is.
Next one, DAC V3 will be done in I2S mode only, maybe BAL too.
I'm trying to make a WM8740 working with I2S using Amanero's stick.
It's an old Opus revision with jumpers... confusing to me
I'll give it a try soon, but I'm busy at this time.
From my last attempt, I strongly recommend the use of Gnd pin
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Old 2nd October 2012, 12:33 PM   #467
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That's exactly my position and configuration skylab.
I let my actual V2.6 DAC in SPDIF mode, it sounds very very good as it is.
Next one, DAC V3 will be done in I2S mode only, maybe BAL too.
I'm trying to make a WM8740 working with I2S using Amanero's stick.
It's an old Opus revision with jumpers... confusing to me
I'll give it a try soon, but I'm busy at this time.
From my last attempt, I strongly recommend the use of Gnd pin
I solder a connection pin to the ground connection from C20 which is recommended from another member.
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Old 4th October 2012, 01:33 AM   #468
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Old 4th October 2012, 04:53 PM   #469
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Jake, the idea is that YOU put your own name down for one on the spreadsheet at googledocs
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Old 4th October 2012, 06:53 PM   #470
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Jake, the idea is that YOU put your own name down for one on the spreadsheet at googledocs

I should have been clearer, 'I put my name down for one'

This is the correct sheet?
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/...wYS1EcXc#gid=0

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