by jrubins » Mon Aug 22 2016 01:43
by gvasco » Thu Oct 06 2016 12:57
jrubins wrote:This seems like a long thread, so hopefully some kind soul can help me find the info that I need.
I'm trying to add analog and digital input to my pi and has a digital audio output. It seems the Wolfson/Cirrus DAC is the only one that does all 3.
So, my question is : does this dac work? Seems like yes after some tweaking. What about the audio inputs, do those work in Volumio?
beano_2278 wrote:Ok, so firstly i'm no linux guru but after a few hours i have been able to take the latest 1.55 release of Volumio and patch in the Wolfson drivers as per this link.
https://www.bostonenginerd.com/posts/ge ... h-volumio/
And i now have a working setup, all the scripts to set the inputs and outputs are in the \home\use_case_scripts folder so you should be able to set the output you want.
I've uploaded the image to my Google drive for anyone wanting to have a play:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6RHv7 ... sp=sharing
I originally put this in an 8Gb card so the image was quite large, however with a quick google i was able to truncate it down to 1.7Gb and then zip it, so fingers crossed it all works
keldo wrote:Hi all.
Did anyone already tried to use the official 1.55 image for PI and to add a new kernel (with Wolfson drivers) by following this procedure ? :
wget -q -O - http://rpi.autostatic.com/autostatic.gpg.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo wget -q -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/autostatic-audio-raspbian.list http://rpi.autostatic.com/autostatic-au ... pbian.list
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install cirrus-config
It worked for me on a PI2 with a Cirrus Logic card.
Original info : https://www.element14.com/community/thr ... 5&tstart=0
by gvasco » Fri Aug 18 2017 09:25
by simonrg » Sat Oct 07 2017 13:06
softdep arizona-spi pre: arizona-ldo1
tar zxf ../cirrus-ng-scripts.tgz
#### Volumio i2s setting below: do not alter ####
In “Playback Options” scroll down to “Volume Options”
In mixer type select:
“Software” for volume control done by the software.
“Hardware” to use the integrated hardware volume control only possible for headphone, line out or speaker outputs. Coax out doesn’t seem to have Hardware volume control.
Then in “Mixer Controll Name” select:
“HPOUT1 Digital” for headphone output volume controll
“HPOUT2 Digital” for line out output volume control (p.s. any volume setting on the Web GUI above 40 may cause audible distortion as values higher than this will add gain so I recommend setting “Max Volume Level” to this or the highest your music can withstand without getting distorted)
“SPKDAT1 Digital” for speaker volume control (not sure about this last one since I’ve never used it)
by simonrg » Sat Oct 07 2017 20:27
by simonrg » Sat Oct 14 2017 11:30
by shano » Sun Nov 05 2017 23:28
by gvasco » Sun Nov 05 2017 23:48
shano wrote:Thanks for the guide Simon, got it working
Only thing I can't seem to change is the volume via the UI, it looks like it's set at 100%
Is this to be expected or do you know a way it can be configured?
I have tried both DSD playback options
by shano » Tue Nov 07 2017 09:29
by simonrg » Mon Jan 15 2018 11:53