Originally Posted by Rolandooo
Hello everyone, I have been playing around with Sigmastudio trying to configure the file crossover to get better quality for my speakers and I question if have bricked my ADAU1701.
I downloaded the DSP source file from 3e-audio website, opened it in Sigmastudio, correctly installed USBi Drivers, and made small changes and link download. I think where I messed up is when I wrote to the E2prom because now I cannot get anything out of it. I noticed that the LED in between the volume and treble pots will light up briefly when I reboot and turn off within 2-3 seconds after it powers up. I have another board that I have not touched and this LED stays powered the whole time.
I cannot find anything in the manual about this LED - Anyone have this happen before?
After hours of playing around with it, I noticed when I write the 3e DSP file to E2prom and "check last compilation vs E2prom" that I get a communication error. I have a hunch that have an issue with using Windows 10 and USB 3.0 ports (is that still a thing with newer Sigmastudio?) I even played around with the "disable USB 3.0/win10 fix" in SS with no avail.
Any help or input would be appreciated.
Did you find the solution? I got my ADAU1701 from 3e this week and I encountered exactly the same problem after writing to E2prom. The LED lit up briefly after powering up, and a communication error from "check last compilation vs E2prom".
My laptop does have USB 3.0 ports. I guess I'll have to dust up my old desktop (w/ 2.0 ports) and try again. Just want know if you've solved this issue. I also emailed 3e and have not gotten their reply yet. Thanks!