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post #1141 of 1153

there you go mate

http://www.mediafire.com/download/xlr5j2onjrrkw45/yulong_d100_drivers.7z

post #1142 of 1153

eimis,

 

Thanks for this, but they didn't work for me.   It recognizes the device, but it doesn't load any configurations.  I select the device in windows and nothing.... It's recognized as the "TI Audio codec"   The front of the USB device is 44.1Khz, so I think it thinks it is connected....

 

Any thoughts?

post #1143 of 1153
Thread Starter 

Do you have a different computer you can try? If not, maybe have a friend bring over their laptop and try that?

post #1144 of 1153

Yea, I've tried this on two different computers.   The driver is communicating with the device on some level...if I go into Windows and change the sample rate to 96K or 44.1K  it will update on the display.  But there is no output.  :(

 

Maybe it's dead.

post #1145 of 1153
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Ethenolas View Post
 

 

Maybe it's dead.

 

Unfortunately that's looking more probable. Dang. 

post #1146 of 1153

really sucks... not a cheap piece of a equipment to just **** out...

post #1147 of 1153

Just got a 2nd hand D100.  However it came without a power cord.  Is there an aftermarket cable I can use?  What power specs should work with it?

post #1148 of 1153
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Za Warudo View Post
 

Just got a 2nd hand D100.  However it came without a power cord.  Is there an aftermarket cable I can use?  What power specs should work with it?

 

 

You could use any stock cable from a computer or other audio component. Or buy an affordable aftermarket cable like this one. Basically get the plug that works in your region (I assume USA?). You don't need a massive thick gauge cable, as these things don't draw a ton of power. 

post #1149 of 1153
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Originally Posted by project86 View Post
 

 

 

You could use any stock cable from a computer or other audio component. Or buy an affordable aftermarket cable like this one. Basically get the plug that works in your region (I assume USA?). You don't need a massive thick gauge cable, as these things don't draw a ton of power. 

Thanks!  I tried the cable that my printer uses and it works.  This is a beautiful sounding dac/amp!  

 

Also, I was trying to open this up because I heard something loose as I turned it upside down.  Unfortunately I don't have an appropriate screwdriver for the side screws.  Seems like a 1.5mm or 2mm hex screw would work.  Can you confirm this?

 

Oh, one more thing.  I'd like to hook up the coaxial out of my X3 to the optical or spdif of the D100.  What kind of cable should I use?


Edited by Za Warudo - 3/29/14 at 3:42pm
post #1150 of 1153
Thread Starter 
The noise is probably the spare fuse. They put it in the little pull out compartment next to the power plug receptacle. You wouldn't be the first person to go chasing a loose component, due to that noise! But really it's not a problem.

I'm not familiar with the X3 to know what sort of jack it has. The instructions should say though.
post #1151 of 1153
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Originally Posted by project86 View Post

The noise is probably the spare fuse. They put it in the little pull out compartment next to the power plug receptacle. You wouldn't be the first person to go chasing a loose component, due to that noise! But really it's not a problem.



I'm not familiar with the X3 to know what sort of jack it has. The instructions should say though.

 



Thanks, I might eventually open it up anyway just to install some heat sinks. I think I know what cable to get for the SPDIF input.
post #1152 of 1153

Which driver did you use if you don't mind me asking?

post #1153 of 1153

Don't know if anyone else has experienced this, but I don't think this DAC is meant to drive both the unbalanced RCA and balanced XLR outputs at the same time.

If I plug both outputs in, I get some pretty bad distortion on the XLR output above 50% volume level.

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