by volumiouser9 » Fri Nov 29 2019 04:36
by guinn » Fri Nov 29 2019 12:24
by Josh2000 » Fri Nov 29 2019 13:25
by volumiouser9 » Sat Nov 30 2019 01:14
Josh2000 wrote:Sorry friends, for me this is sounding quite "esotheric".
btw. i never heard of this "scandisk" brand....
by judydudi » Sat Nov 30 2019 13:29
by volumiouser9 » Sat Nov 30 2019 23:48
everything from volumio should be in RAM.
maybe an issue related to the USB port - not to I2S...
What mSD Card did you use? expecially the toshiba? Toshiba EXCERIA M302-EA 32GB?
by Josh2000 » Sun Dec 01 2019 08:23
by volumiouser9 » Wed Dec 04 2019 22:14
Josh2000 wrote:Hi volumiouser9,
Are you especially speaking of listening to FLACs that are stored on the SD Card or do you feel all sources are affected ?
by DBMandrake » Yesterday 12:24
by Solveit » Yesterday 13:11
DBMandrake wrote:There is nothing about an SD card that could possibly affect sound playback quality in Volumio.
I'd say this is a strong case of confirmation bias at work here...
Concentrate on the things which do actually make a difference to sound quality and don't waste time or money on things which don't.
At most a better SD card will give you a snappier more responsive user interface (one reason I have a reasonably fast SD card in my Pi 4) and will also last longer before eventual failure, as all SD cards used to boot Linux based operating systems with writeable filesystems eventually fail due to write fatigue.
But it won't make anything sound better.