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Old 8th September 2017, 09:29 AM   #9501
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Hi @didiet78,

Look for Beta2 this weekend :-) Please report issues to my email address so I can easily track them and respond.

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Yer killing my third-world bandwidth, Timothy!

And my wife wants to know what happened 'to my BBC radio'?

Tried to explain, got the blank look after about the third word...
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Old 8th September 2017, 09:57 AM   #9502
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For some time I tried to have the random play function among other problems with low or no wifi reception. After changing to a new SD card the wifi is much better.
Now I would love to tackle the Random Play:

ANYbody with a setup like me: PiZero with hifiBerry DacPlus zero 1.0.1? has this function without problems?
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Old 8th September 2017, 11:34 AM   #9503
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A quick question. If I am using my pi strictly as a DLNA renderer, does the program running on it affect the sound? My pi will be coming next week and I'm researching how I want to set it up. I plan on using JRiver Media Center to stream to the pi and then connect it to my Oppo HA-2SE. I've seen several opinions that Moode is the best sounding program for the pi but does that hold true just for DLNA rendering? Thanks.
As Zoot says further down UPMPDCLI is just a front end or comms broker for your control point to submit songs, playlists and radio streams to MPD so there should be negligible perfomance hit. UPMPDCLI does not process the audio merely populates the MPD queue with the urls of your songs such that MPD can play by them submitting by HTTP requests to your UPNP server.

For me the UPNP control point is a better interface on my phone than web front ends and my UPNP server is a much nicer and more flexible music database management service than MPD. The use of a media server over MPD access to a share does not bother me too much.

I disagree with Zoot a little in that I prefer to use Moode because its still useful to benefit from all of Tim's customisation/optimisation work rather than trying to roll my own install, I just turn off all the other services.
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Old 8th September 2017, 11:48 AM   #9504
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You are recommending an Australian-specific semi-commercial forum with a few hundred active members over what is possibly the most widely-read home audio forum on the planet with over four hundred thousand international members and you think it will drive more business?

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There are more posts in this single thread than in the entire computer/software sub-board of SNA.

Perhaps you would be better off pointing your small-forum members over here?
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Old 8th September 2017, 12:46 PM   #9505
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Hi guys / Tim

First of all this is an amazing community.
I started my audiophile raspberry-pi adventure half a year ago, and have tried both Volumio and Moodeaudio. Both are excellent pros and cons
I started with my DAC connected via USB to my rpi3, and upgraded with the DigiOne from Allo as soon as it was released sound quality is superb, outperforms everything else Ive heard so far.

Kids mostly use it with airplay (I know quality is not the best, but its easier).


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Could you be more specific about pros and cons Volumio versus Moode?
Maybe something for Moode version 4 to get even better??
And what about the lesser quality with Airplay? (restrictions with bitrate you mean?)
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Old 8th September 2017, 12:52 PM   #9506
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Yer killing my third-world bandwidth, Timothy!

And my wife wants to know what happened 'to my BBC radio'?

Tried to explain, got the blank look after about the third word...
lol, you should see my monthly AWS CloudFront bill :-0
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Old 8th September 2017, 01:53 PM   #9507
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upmpdcli is the dlna front end for MPD, which is the main audio engine in moode, and most other Linux audio solutions.

But, why not share your files over your network and cut out two complete interfaces and play the music directly?

In your implementation you will be going from source>JRiver>upmpdcli>MPD, where you could be going from source>MPD and taking advantage of all the wonderful tweaks Tim has designed.

If you just want dlna, there are simple Pi configurations that will perform that for you without all the overhead of libraries, airplay, etc.

Thank you, I was thinking that I could use a much simpler set up. I like using JRiver because Jremote on the iPhone and iPad are great. Maybe one day I'll have a setup that allows me to connect my computer directly to my DAC but until then I'll stream from JRiver to my system in the other room.

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Old 8th September 2017, 08:01 PM   #9508
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Hi, Tim,

I am experiencing a weird problem, I just updated to the latest version of Moode and since my DAC doesn't support DSD I'm using the DSD to PCM conversion. Whenever I play a DSD file it sounds like it's sped up, like a 33 record on the 45 setting. I've tried several DSD files, all DSD64 and they all do the same thing, it never did this with 3.6. I am using the advanced real-time kernel. Thanks for any help you can provide.
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To troubleshoot, start by installing the Standard Linux kernel and then re-testing.

What DAC are u using?

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I just reinstalled the standard kernel making sure all the settings are at default and it still has the problem. I'm using a HiFiBerry DAC+ Pro.
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Old 8th September 2017, 09:15 PM   #9509
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I just reinstalled the standard kernel making sure all the settings are at default and it still has the problem. I'm using a HiFiBerry DAC+ Pro.
I have the same DAC. It doesn't seem to work with DOP. However, if you set "DSD over PCM(DOP)" to "no" it will work properly. At least mine does.
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Old 8th September 2017, 10:22 PM   #9510
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I have the same DAC. It doesn't seem to work with DOP. However, if you set "DSD over PCM(DOP)" to "no" it will work properly. At least mine does.
I've set mine to no as well and it's still doing it. If you enable DOP with the DAC+ Pro it will just be static when you play a DSD file.
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