by Lolincolc » Mon May 19 2014 20:31
Twerp wrote:gswg wrote:The pogo pins it uses for connecting the i2s have received some bad feedback in the element14 forum - making bad connections and such.
Maybe try this one: http://www.iqaudio.com (blatant advert for my DAC - )
Dammit! Wish I'd known about this the other day before I bought an ES9023-based pcb. Looks very impressive though.
by tyres2 » Tue May 20 2014 08:44
by Lolincolc » Tue May 20 2014 14:27
tyres2 wrote:It's not clear which DAC you mean, the Wolfson or the IQAudio one.
The Wolfson is not currently supported by Volumio (as far as I know).
by tyres2 » Tue May 20 2014 15:36
Lolincolc wrote:I was talking about the IQAudio one
by Lolincolc » Tue May 20 2014 17:42
tyres2 wrote:Lolincolc wrote:I was talking about the IQAudio one
Well, the website itself http://iqaudio.com/ says it supports Volumio: "Use raw Linux, Volumio, Raspbmc, RuneAudio, SqueezePlug, PiCorePlayer, MDP or similar ".
And if you look under the 'System' menu for Volumio, under the options for 'Activate I2S driver' it lists one of the I2S drivers as 'Iqaudio'.
So I'd say that looks hopeful
by m3m3nto » Wed May 21 2014 15:13
by Lolincolc » Sat May 24 2014 11:40
m3m3nto wrote:Hy guys,
I've tried to customize my Volumio setup and get my new Wolfson up and running.
I've follow this tutorial:
I'm actually testing it, but it seems to work well.
For those who wanna try it, I've packaged a Volumio with wolfson image with this setup:
inside /home/volumio/wolfson_drivers I've downloaded the original wolfson_driver script for alsa managment;
actually it is configured to playback from line-out.
by m3m3nto » Mon May 26 2014 09:22
by SiB » Tue May 27 2014 14:10
by kali1705 » Tue May 27 2014 19:06