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Old 27th November 2012, 07:30 AM   #941
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Has anybody used the Amanero board with a Linux based system? At the moment, my Linux based Joggler is failing to recognise the board as a DAC. Can somebody please try it with a Linux based system and provide some feedback, that would be much appreciated.
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Old 27th November 2012, 02:00 PM   #942
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Still no luck with DSD128 under foobar with ASIO4ALL showing @44100 HZ. With DSD64 it worked correct showing @176400 HZ. It seems driver is missing 24/352K or 24/384K mode. With ASIO and WDM support, do we need to have 352K/384K sample rate supported under sound card setting, I only have up to 192K supported.
I think the problem is with ASIO4ALL not supporting 352800 and 384000. If you select ASIO4ALL as driver in Foobar you get unsupported sample rate error message when you try to use those rates. Not sure where ASIO4ALL gets supported sample rate information, but it looks like from windows and not from amanero driver as WASAPI works fine at those pcm sample rates.

I can use combo384 for DSD128 on mac with audirvana so I know the card works, however using foobar with sacd input plugin and proxy with ASIO4ALL I can't use higher sample rates during my tests in last few days with current driver and firmware.

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Old 27th November 2012, 03:30 PM   #943
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Has anybody used the Amanero board with a Linux based system? At the moment, my Linux based Joggler is failing to recognise the board as a DAC. Can somebody please try it with a Linux based system and provide some feedback, that would be much appreciated.
I have had mine working on both a Fedora and a Mint (Ubuntu) system without any problems. In both cases it was detected automatically without any input from me. I didn't do any thorough testing but was able to play music at 44.1, 96 and 192khz with no hiccups using the pulse audio system.

Can't help any further as I'm not very knowledgable on Linux audio.
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Old 27th November 2012, 04:12 PM   #944
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I have discovered that the absolute inversion is an issue just for my system with wrongly wired outputs from my DAC so apologies!

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I have tested the latest firmware/software with my Buffalo24 set-up and the reset works perfectly. Also no need to map channels for playing DSD. 352khz PCM plays well too. The only issue I have found is that there seems to be an absolute inversion of channels for all modes so what is left comes out of the right earpiece and vice versa. This needs to verified by other people to make sure that it is not just my set-up issue.
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Old 27th November 2012, 04:14 PM   #945
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I have had mine working on both a Fedora and a Mint (Ubuntu) system without any problems. In both cases it was detected automatically without any input from me. I didn't do any thorough testing but was able to play music at 44.1, 96 and 192khz with no hiccups using the pulse audio system.

Can't help any further as I'm not very knowledgable on Linux audio.
Thanks for the input....much apprecaited. I will have to do some digging my end.
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Old 27th November 2012, 08:20 PM   #946
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Has anyone been using the Amanero & BUFFALO-IIISE combo?

Just curious... I'm still not sure what to pair up the Amanero with.
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Old 27th November 2012, 09:14 PM   #947
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Has anyone been using the Amanero & BUFFALO-IIISE combo?

Just curious... I'm still not sure what to pair up the Amanero with.
I've got a buff3 coming to use with the amanero, might get it done this weekend. Certainly very good with the buff2.
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Old 27th November 2012, 09:37 PM   #948
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Has anyone been using the Amanero & BUFFALO-IIISE combo?

Just curious... I'm still not sure what to pair up the Amanero with.
+1

I've been asking the same question as it appears the only successful matches are BII and BIII. My unit was delivered last week but no implementation yet because I'd really like to avoid the relative high cost of the TP offerings. If that appears to be the only option, I can/will do that. It's just hard to believe there are no other DAC designs that can benefit from the Amareno technology.
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Old 27th November 2012, 09:43 PM   #949
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wow you guys arent looking too hard
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Old 27th November 2012, 10:37 PM   #950
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Respectfully, I don't think that is fair or accurate. I have been reading this thread enthusiastically since the beginning and my earlier post is an accurate reporting of my experience. Since you are at the heart of this discussion, could/would you kindly provide a simple list of non-Buffalo DACs that have proven to be comparable and/or benefit form using the module?

Not looking for all the intricacies of hook-up, just a little clearer picture of the options. I'm on the list to receive JP's/Subbu DAC when it becomes available but am also interested in investigating other paths.

I honestly don't think I'm the only forum member who could find a summation of such information helpful - in one place or one post.

Thanks in advance.

Edit: It may be asking too much, but an approach similar to this could prove to clear things up. I am more than willing to help collect and organize something similar for this module.
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