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merlin el mago 4th August 2011 08:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Zero Cool (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/188902-xmos-based-asynchronous-usb-i2s-interface-post2619348.html#post2619348)
Very Nice board! Please let me know when you have these available for sale!

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Originally Posted by Betterheart (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/188902-xmos-based-asynchronous-usb-i2s-interface-post2623165.html#post2623165)
Do you ever hook this I2S to BII, if that sound great with ASIO driver. I would like to buy 1 board. Pls send price and transfer method to my email.

Regards
poonchaimd@gmail.com

Also I want to know the price for 1 board & shipping to Spain - Europe.

vanwykca 4th August 2011 01:42 PM

Also using Lucian's board connected to BuffaloII/LegatoIII via SPDIF and bus power at the moment and it sounds great. Better than HiFace and eqaulling Musical Fidelity V-link. Will try I2S and external power(TP Placid shunt) soon and I'm sure it will improve the sound even more.

Lucian, thank you for your brilliant service:-).

regal 5th August 2011 11:15 AM

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Originally Posted by merlin el mago (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/188902-xmos-based-asynchronous-usb-i2s-interface-post2660279.html#post2660279)
Also I want to know the price for 1 board & shipping to Spain - Europe.

Ditto except to USA.

thanks

Lorien 5th August 2011 05:48 PM

@ merlin el mago & @ regal: you have PM.

Thank you guys for all kind words about this card.. and mostly, for having patience with me... For now I want to catch up with a small revision to this card but time is still an issue for me thus I don't have a specific date. There are not big changes just I'm thinking to get rid of NVE isolators and make room to other type of connectors, like 2.54 mm headers for I2S signals since some of you encounter issues with those micro BNC connectors. We will see...
kind regards,
L

merlin el mago 5th August 2011 06:41 PM

Lorien I didn't received your PM.

Lorien 6th August 2011 05:57 AM

Let me know if this time I finally hit the "send message" button :)
Regards,
L

taisho_daniel 8th August 2011 05:09 AM

Alloa Lorien,

I am also very much interested in your board ... Could you send me a PM with pricing for shipping to the US?

Much thanks :)

kp93300 9th August 2011 01:36 AM

Hi Lorien,
Have you any plans to make a new version of this board so that the it is totally isolated from the USB power supply ?
What changes do you intend to make in your version / batch of pcb ?
thanks
kp93300

Lorien 10th August 2011 07:45 AM

Yes, I am thinking to let USB-bus powering aside and opt for external source though this means to make some major changes on that card to fully isolate it from USB. For now my goal is preserve this price while bring few enhancements to the nonisolated I2S outputs like realigning the signals with onboard master clocks... because I'm not fully confident in XMOS's chip :o... even if XS1-L1 IC makes this happen already. On the other hand, few improvements in PSU is allways a benefit.
Regards,
L

qusp 10th August 2011 08:14 AM

pity about losing the smd micro bnc, this is important for ackodac users. could you perhaps put pinheaders in parallel? i have had zero trouble with them and use them wherever possible, i have used them for power sense/feedback lines for low noise regulators with good results also. what did people have trouble with? soldering them?


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