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post #3991 of 4002

Kingwa forgot to put the news about the DI-V3 2014 firmware, but we can download it from here:

 

http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/USB32/USB32EN_2.htm

 

;)

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Originally Posted by rdsu View Post
 

Kingwa forgot to put the news about the DI-V3 2014 firmware, but we can download it from here:

 

http://www.audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/USB32/USB32EN_2.htm

 

;)

 

In the manual says that we must use firmware 2014 with driver 2014.

 

I already sent and email to Kingwa asking about the driver 2014 for DI-V3...

post #3993 of 4002
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Originally Posted by rdsu View Post
 

 

In the manual says that we must use firmware 2014 with driver 2014.

 

I already sent and email to Kingwa asking about the driver 2014 for DI-V3...

DI-V3 can use the Driver 2014 (24bit only)...

 

Firmware 2014

http://www.audio-gd.com/USB32firmware.rar

 

Driver 2014

http://www.audio-gd.com/USB32%20driver%202014.rar


Edited by rdsu - 4/20/14 at 7:15am
post #3994 of 4002

I have the Audio GD DI v1 and PSU v1.


Yesterday i bought a DI v3 and with a bit of luck I receive it today.

 

I have a question about the PSU however.

 

On the website of Audio GD I read the following. For old PSU v1 : Addition one 10 ohm / 0.5W resistor

 

I am not a electric engineer, but I hope I understand it. I think I have to replace the current one with another one. Right?

 

LEAD Technologies Inc. V1.01


I think it is the part I marked with arrows.

 

Can someone explain to me why I have to replace it? The output stays the same, so I do not understand.

 

Hope that someone with more knowledge can help me out.

post #3995 of 4002
By adding resistors in parallel to existing two blue resistors (shown as "additional green resistor" on the picture) you raise output current. Voltage stays the same.

raising current limit on DI v1 by adding resistor(s) in parallel

"Mo' powa'."

More heat too.


NOTE:
  • CONTACT AUDIO-GD FOR EXACT RESISTOR VALUES TO BE SOLDERED IN MARKED POSITION.
  • TWO EXISTING BLUE RESISTORS SHOULD NOT BE REMOVED.
  • BIG 0.5W BLACK RESISTOR (marked with red X on the picture) SHOULD NOT BE REMOVED OR CHANGED IN ANY WAY.

Edited by FauDrei - 5/22/14 at 2:46am
post #3996 of 4002
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Originally Posted by FauDrei View Post

By adding resistors in parallel there (NOT REPLACING) you raise output current. Voltage stays the same.

"Mo' powa'."

More heat too.


I can follow you thanks :bigsmile_face:

 

Still one question. Did I pick the right part (see picture in my previous post) or is it the blue one left of it. I am in doubt....

post #3997 of 4002
Yes, you were right...

I checked back my notes and correspondence with KingWa and fixed accordingly my previous post: Resistor(s) should be added to two existing blue ones... big black one should not be touched.
post #3998 of 4002
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Originally Posted by FauDrei View Post

Yes, you were right...

I checked back my notes and correspondence with KingWa and fixed accordingly my previous post: Resistor(s) should be added to two existing blue ones... big black one should not be touched.


Thank you so much. This helped a lot.  :bigsmile_face:

post #3999 of 4002

:popcorn:

post #4000 of 4002

http://audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/DI2014/DI2014EN.htm

 

New DI coming

post #4001 of 4002

Looking on the site - it does not look like I can add an AES output.  I wonder if it's possible to have: 1 - AES output, 1 - BNC output and 1 USB input?  Does Kingwa respond to this thread?

post #4002 of 4002

Audio-GD's new DI-2014 details are up, they'll be shipping out early August! It looks like the biggest changes here are:

 

1. DSD output via I2s (but not SPDIF)

2. The PSU has been placed on-board and only comes with this option

3. The PSU around various components have been built up even further (primarily around the USB chip)

4. Shorter signal transfer lengths

5. No power transfer via USB cable, signal transfer only

 

http://audio-gd.com/Pro/dac/DI2014/DI2014EN.htm

 

 

 

I like what I see!

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