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post #3961 of 4002

No, but now I instal 9-3 and it works. Thanks for your advice.

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post #3962 of 4002
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Originally Posted by smiledon View Post

At long last...[boy, have we waited.]       I confirm that firmware #11 works with SBT + EDO. Thank you Kingwa for persevering. This is especially good news, hard on the heels of the V3's demise.I was about to kiss it Goodbye!

Me too :-))))

post #3963 of 4002

could someone with a DI-V3S confirm that they can play 24/176.4 KHz file from SBT. I can play all the formats except 24/176.4 KHz.  The same file play fine if I connect a NFB 17.32 DAC via USB to SBT. Thanks in advance.

post #3964 of 4002

Looks like the last 25 units of the DI V3 are for sale w/ Audio-gd. Version w/ Coaxial input  and usb only, no power supplies. Bummer to hear. I was I could upgrade my reference 3 with one of thises, but guess they're going to be gone soon. 

 

Anyone hear if there will be a V4?

post #3965 of 4002
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post
 

Looks like the last 25 units of the DI V3 are for sale w/ Audio-gd. Version w/ Coaxial input  and usb only, no power supplies. Bummer to hear. I was I could upgrade my reference 3 with one of thises, but guess they're going to be gone soon. 

 

Anyone hear if there will be a V4?

 

It seems like the TE8802 is making a comeback? He's selling USB kits featuring that chip :confused:

Did Tenor finally solve their driver issues? Or was it a hardware bug that required a new silicon revision?

 

I'm not announcing anything, that's just an observation :rolleyes:

post #3966 of 4002
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post
 

Looks like the last 25 units of the DI V3 are for sale w/ Audio-gd. Version w/ Coaxial input  and usb only, no power supplies. Bummer to hear. I was I could upgrade my reference 3 with one of thises, but guess they're going to be gone soon. 

 

Anyone hear if there will be a V4?

 

I think he is moving towards internal USB and away from stand-alone units as the sound quality is the same or maybe better with internal. You could install an internal USB32 in your Ref-3 couldn't you (he sells these)?

post #3967 of 4002
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Originally Posted by elwappo99 View Post
 

Looks like the last 25 units of the DI V3 are for sale w/ Audio-gd. Version w/ Coaxial input  and usb only, no power supplies. Bummer to hear. I was I could upgrade my reference 3 with one of thises, but guess they're going to be gone soon. 

 

Anyone hear if there will be a V4?

 

I think he is moving towards internal USB and away from stand-alone units as the sound quality is the same or maybe better with internal. You could install an internal USB32 in your Ref-3 couldn't you (he sells these)?

 

I was actually thinking that. It seems like he just listed a bunch. Wonder if you could just buy a $40 and have a cheap little USB - Coax unit ?? I never saw the USB32 listed anywhere, so I assumed he was still working on this kit. I think I'll wait and see if he makes a V4 before making any moves. 
post #3968 of 4002

I never speak for Kingwa but he must have a lot of 8022 chips to depart with. I use my 8022 DI-V2 DSP still and think things sound great as always (no computer issues since day 1).

post #3969 of 4002

I xxx my SBT and fear its death. Today I received a Raspberry Pi single board computer, [mounted in a box] for $aud 47 posted. I have installed Raspyfi, a supposedly audiophile linux distro, and it works with the Audio-GD DI V3 firmware 11. There is an control app for my android tablet [that is sweet] so I am a happy chappy. Such cheap fun! No audiophile auditioning yet though...just gloating that such a cheap streamer is working. I am using a 32gig usb card, but NAS is also available. I will post soon re. the sound quality.

Raspberry Pi > usb hub with usb card attached>Audio-Gd DI v3> Sanders 10c stereo system

post #3970 of 4002
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Originally Posted by smiledon View Post
 

I xxx my SBT and fear its death. Today I received a Raspberry Pi single board computer, [mounted in a box] for $aud 47 posted. I have installed Raspyfi, a supposedly audiophile linux distro, and it works with the Audio-GD DI V3 firmware 11. There is an control app for my android tablet [that is sweet] so I am a happy chappy. Such cheap fun! No audiophile auditioning yet though...just gloating that such a cheap streamer is working. I am using a 32gig usb card, but NAS is also available. I will post soon re. the sound quality.

Raspberry Pi > usb hub with usb card attached>Audio-Gd DI v3> Sanders 10c stereo system

 

Welcome to the party. I am also using RaspyFi 1.0 too but on DI-V2. Please check if you have the occasional "Zap" sound like I am having. It might be better if your music is stored in a USB memory drive directly attached the RPi.

post #3971 of 4002

I recently got me a DI-V3 too. It has firmware 11 installed and I use it with a device that runs squeezeplay icm with EDO (just like the Touch). Works a treat, except that I have dropout sounds when playing 24/192 material. 24/96 plays flawless. Can other Touch+EDO users confirm that their DI-V3 (or USB32 equipped audio gd dac) plays 192 material without issues?

post #3972 of 4002

I'm using a SA-2 ( internal USB32, FW #9-3 ) connected to my SBT and it playes 24/192 without problems ( I've used it via WiFi as well as via wired LAN ).

post #3973 of 4002

I have a question:

the audio-gd DI-V3 will pass the Dolby or DTS signal to an external audio-video receiver for decoding?

post #3974 of 4002
Yes
post #3975 of 4002

Well Windows 8.1 has broken VIA ASIO on the DI V3

 

time to find a replacement convertor

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