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Old 26th June 2017, 03:28 AM   #8281
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I have connected my Raspberry 3 with HiFiBerry DAC + pro via RCA to my amplifier. To adjust the volume to other amps connected to the amplifier, I have set the Volume (ALSA) to 85% in MoOde Audio Player 3.7 under Audio Configuration.
Has this setting affects the bit rate of a HiRes file (for example 24bit / 96kHz only ~ 20 bit remaining) or only changes it the audible volume?
Thanks alot
Hi,

I don't quite understand your configuration and why you would set ALSA volume to 85%. ???

Are u using an external volume control (on your amp or preamp)?

-Tim
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Old 26th June 2017, 06:27 AM   #8282
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[feature request] Could NAS mounts remain visible even when empty please. I move music around and its annoying having to go into sources to have to force an update.


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Old 26th June 2017, 07:13 AM   #8283
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@ watchal

Stop MoOde Player and remove the sd card from the raspberry pi.

Put it in a card reader and plug that into the Windows computer.
Go to My Computer (or equivalent), locate the card and click on open, this puts you into the /boot section.

Open the file called config.txt with Windows Wordpad.

Scroll to the bottom of the text and add

dtoverlay=simple-bclk-64fs

Save and exit.

Remove the card from the computer correctly, put it back in the pi, boot the pi and select the kernel you wish to use from the relevant settings page .

You can also use a program called Putty to access the card via SSH whilst it is still in the pi, But the above way is easy and simple, if you wish to learn a little more, come back.

atb

Ronnie
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I did above 2 days ago but when boot pi again I cannot connect to moode .
So I think I make mistake .
just now image write again and edit the config.txt ( I see only config file icon) boot and connected
so play music tonight

really thanks again.
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Old 26th June 2017, 08:12 AM   #8284
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Just bought Moode 3.7 gonna give it a go now. I have Raspberry Pi3, with Pi 7" touchscreen and HiFiBerry DAC+ Pro. Love my config.
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Old 26th June 2017, 08:26 AM   #8285
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Holzohren,

All digital volume controls affect the bits - whether it is an issue is debatable.
You would have to set the level to 50% to lose 1 bit, 85% is not a serious deficit.

Ian


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I have connected my Raspberry 3 with HiFiBerry DAC + pro via RCA to my amplifier. To adjust the volume to other amps connected to the amplifier, I have set the Volume (ALSA) to 85% in MoOde Audio Player 3.7 under Audio Configuration.
Has this setting affects the bit rate of a HiRes file (for example 24bit / 96kHz only ~ 20 bit remaining) or only changes it the audible volume?
Thanks alot
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Old 26th June 2017, 02:34 PM   #8286
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Hi,

I don't quite understand your configuration and why you would set ALSA volume to 85%. ???

Are u using an external volume control (on your amp or preamp)?

-Tim
Hi Tim,

I want to adjust the volume for a direct listening comparison between LP and HiFiBerry. I'm not sure if the change of the volume (ALSA) synonymous the quality of the HiRes file changes.
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Old 27th June 2017, 03:28 PM   #8287
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Hi,

Some improvements to Source Config coming in moOde 3.8 ncluding quick Re-mount and Reset library cache.

The Re-mount function is useful in cases where NAS sources are offline when Pi is rebooted. Resetting the Library cache resolves the issue where the Library was opened before MPD update completed thus leaving the Library incomplete.

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Old 27th June 2017, 07:49 PM   #8288
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Default Missing metadata / tracks

Moode sounds amazing and remains the best piece of freeware I've paid for, but the library view appears to be dropping artists / albums that MPAD "sees" so I guess the tagging is Ok, I have >15000 tracks can that be an issue?

I'm quite happy using MPAD except I think the next IOS update will kill it off.
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Old 27th June 2017, 07:58 PM   #8289
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I am considering upgrading from RuneAudio to Moode on my Pi 2B. Could anyone help me with a few questions?

1. Is it compatible with the Behringer LCA202?

2. Could I mix the line level input of the LCA202 into the output from Moode?

I use the Pi as a phone controlled audio player in my boat. I would like to mix in audio from the VHF radio via the line in of the LCA202. I am hoping this is just a matter of making changes to mixer settings.

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Old 27th June 2017, 08:31 PM   #8290
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Sorry guys, my LCA202 is actually a Behringer UCA202.
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