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Old 19th October 2019, 04:01 AM   #821
tubo is offline tubo  Philippines
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Will definitely post update of my setup.

I’ll have to order the usbridge sig. im awaiting for my d3 dac and i2s2sim boards from Ryan..

Looking forward to your progress Greg
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Old 19th October 2019, 05:04 AM   #822
Greg Stewart is offline Greg Stewart  United States
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I have Ryan's boards here too. BUT that project is a lot farther out... perhaps sometime late next year.

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Old 19th October 2019, 07:55 AM   #823
cdsgames is offline cdsgames  Canada
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Hi cdsgames,


I just received my USBridge Signature with DigiOne Signature. Wanted to ask you about connecting USBridge Signature ground to Shanti.


If I understand correctly USBridge Signature is already grounded to the chasis, so the only thing that a user should do is connect a cable between USBridge Signature and Shanti ground posts?


I am asking because the ground post on USBridge Signature chasis is not connected via a cable to the ground pin on the USBridge Signature board. It is not necessary to connect it, right?


Thank you,
Marcin

Right. Just connect the 2 lugs together with wire
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Old 19th October 2019, 09:21 PM   #824
Supersurfer is offline Supersurfer  Netherlands
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I received my usbridge sig a few days ago and hooked it up to my dddac with the fifopi and an Andrea Mori clock.

Wow!!!! What an improvement with the rpi this is, major improvement in resolution, openness and detail! The depth of the soundstage is definitely better, decay is more clear and the detail level is a firm step up again.
I never thought that there would be so much improvement even with the fifopi in the chain.

To put things in perspective: I use a high resolution setup with a simple no feedback single ended amplifier equipped completely with directly heated tubes and an open baffle wide band loudspeaker using a field coil unit. The dddac is tweaked to the max with shunt regulators and a c-l-c-l-c-l and r-core raw power supply. So every detail of the source will portray itself without any veal.

A question though: is there any difference powering the usbridge through the power supply input or via the gpio/fifopi?
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Old 19th October 2019, 11:09 PM   #825
tubo is offline tubo  Philippines
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Hi supersurfer

Which software are you using? Anyone have recommendations for software to play roon? Im mostly using roon.. currently using dietpi on DigiOne Signature player..
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Old 20th October 2019, 07:06 AM   #826
matthiasw is offline matthiasw  Germany
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Ladies and gents,
I am unable to turn off Revolution Dac. I have listened to Take 5 , Destiny Child Survivor , Los Panchos " Sin Ti" and last to Issac Stern (ave maria sounds wonderful)
I never had a DAC with less hi frequency grating (to ears). There is absolutely no "out of band noise" called also "fatiguing sound"
Its musical , its full of detail , and its the NOT bright (I know why ess sound bright , I am able to see the 900Khz spike and I figured a way to reduce it) . In a way its closer to Boss than Katana , while keeping all the microdetail
Still I am using rev Dac + Usbridge Sig and Shanti LPS feeding both. Earthing is done using star ground (Usbridge Sig is connected to Shanti earth , Rev earth is connected to same point).
My best explanation is that absence of hi frequency sound seems to be relaxing alowing to enjoy the music.
Wifey was able (on 3 songs , blind testing) to pick up Rev at 100% times (yeah I know not very scientific)
More details in the days to come.
Which hardware (and software) did you have upstream to USBridge Sig for your listening?
Thanks

Matt
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Old 20th October 2019, 09:25 AM   #827
Supersurfer is offline Supersurfer  Netherlands
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Hi supersurfer

Which software are you using? Anyone have recommendations for software to play roon? Im mostly using roon.. currently using dietpi on DigiOne Signature player..
I use moode
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Old 20th October 2019, 12:19 PM   #828
tubo is offline tubo  Philippines
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Thank you supersurfer,

Does moode have roon bridge preinstalled from allo?
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Old 20th October 2019, 01:07 PM   #829
matthiasw is offline matthiasw  Germany
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Thank you supersurfer,
Does moode have roon bridge preinstalled from allo?
AFAIK, you can run Squeezelite on Moode and have Roon output to Squeezelite (you have to enable Squeezebox support in Roon's setup settings first).
Some say it sounds a little better that way.
If in doubt please contact Tim Curtis from Moode.

Matt

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Old 20th October 2019, 01:21 PM   #830
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Thank you Matt,

I was just reading about moode and saw it has Squeezelit. I’ll try this route
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