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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

So someone remind me again what does the I/O button on the P-H is for...

It toggles the output/input of Project-H.

 

State Switch: One Switch on the front. Flip the Switch up and State X, flip it down and State Y

State Y: Default State. In this state, both the amp and the DAC are being used as one. So basically like a combo unit. You leave your headphone plugged into the headphone jack on the unit. What is happening inside is that all signals the unit is receiving from the computer is being sent from the DAC directly to the internal O2 amp and out headphone out. 

 

State X: Say you just got a new amplifier and or DAC to try out. Lets say just an amplifier in this case. You flip the switch up to change to state X. What happens now is that both units are not working together anymore. The DAC will take signals from USB or Coaxil but instead of sending them to the O2 through the control board, it will directly output the signal to its RCA fixed line out port. The O2 also will now ONLY take a input signal from the backs RCA port. It will no longer receive a signal from the DAC and will only receive an analog signal from the back's RCA and output through the units front headphone out. This allows you to use a separate DAC with the O2 and a separate amp with the CS4398.

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

@ boris

For the Project-H controller board, did you design that in EAGLE?


Haha, ofcourse NOT. I couldn't afford such luxury.

I used DesignSpark PCB, it's free.

(well... sponsored by RS components so it's shareware not freeware. Doesn't change the fact that I don't have to pay though biggrin.gif)

There is a free version of EAGLE you know. ;)

I have it installed and I'm learning how to use it from YouTube. XD

post #62808 of 151616
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Originally Posted by jgray91 View Post

So someone remind me again what does the I/O button on the P-H is for...


light off = DAC connected to Amp internally

light on = DAC output and Amp input connected to RCAs

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

There is a free version of EAGLE you know. ;)

I have it installed and I'm learning how to use it from YouTube. XD


So many limitations >_<

I can't do crap on it.

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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

It toggles the output/input of Project-H.

State Switch: One Switch on the front. Flip the Switch up and State X, flip it down and State Y



State Y: Default State. In this state, both the amp and the DAC are being used as one. So basically like a combo unit. You leave your headphone plugged into the headphone jack on the unit. What is happening inside is that all signals the unit is receiving from the computer is being sent from the DAC directly to the internal O2 amp and out headphone out. 



 



State X: Say you just got a new amplifier and or DAC to try out. Lets say just an amplifier in this case. You flip the switch up to change to state X. What happens now is that both units are not working together anymore. The DAC will take signals from USB or Coaxil but instead of sending them to the O2 through the control board, it will directly output the signal to its RCA fixed line out port. The O2 also will now ONLY take a input signal from the backs RCA port. It will no longer receive a signal from the DAC and will only receive an analog signal from the back's RCA and output through the units front headphone out. This allows you to use a separate DAC with the O2 and a separate amp with the CS4398.



Thanks. And based on what I used before I plug in my USB cable, lights on above the switch must be State X (since I was using it w/ my laptop via RCA). So if I were to flip the switch into State X, nothing would be coming out of the headphone out if I'm using USB in then, since the DAC isn't "connected" to the Obj2 now?
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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post



light off = DAC connected to Amp internally
light on = DAC output and Amp input connected to RCAs

Thanks.
Edited by jgray91 - 3/7/13 at 1:45am
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Watched a bit of War in the Pocket last night. I have to say I love the classic sound effects more than all the latest Gundam shows. It just... works better.
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One more:

 

 

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Ironically, Steam itself is a form of always online DRM, only it has better services and compromises compared to EA's Origin. And Steam's offline mode is kind of hit-and-miss with a few people, one of them being me.
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I can probably do a better time estimation than my computer......

I'm pretty sure my External HDD can't do 2GB/s

 

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ArmA 2 CO for $12.50 on steam.

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@violin
Yeah. A lot of harem next season

@jgray
Well you seem to know I/O now but what do you want to use it for. Pressing it basically makes it so that the units function seperately. Amplifier wants an amp in signal and dac gets signal from coaxial or usb and outputs dac
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Originally Posted by miceblue View Post

Gah.....

 

 

"HD" music...

Lol, I went through a phase where I thought moar bits and moar hertz made it better, then I realized I can't hear a damn difference at all!

Downsample your files to 16/44 and play spot the difference.

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Originally Posted by TwinQY View Post

Not..not even a little bit?

...

...

frown.gif

Guess I'll go burn my external HD with all my 24-bit vinyl rips when I get back now bai guys.

honestly people...

Lol, just downsample it all...

I didn't know you had a turntable though! tongue.gif

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Originally Posted by b1o2r3i4s5 View Post


LOL

 


@bowei

This is the Graham Slee Solo the IT guy gave me biggrin.gif

It sold for about $500

 

Wait, it's an amp???

And THAT sold for $500???

Why did you sell a gift? :O

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Originally Posted by Accoun View Post

One more:

 

 

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Well, that's one way to market stuff...

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@mech

 

Graham Slee Solo:

http://www.gspaudio.co.uk/soloheadphoneamplifier.htm

 

Sold for £377.10 ($568) on Amazon.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Graham-Slee-Solo-SRGII-Headphone/dp/B007K8K94C

 

The IT guy gave it to me for free without the enclosure and power adapter.

I still have it now, CBF to make a case for it. tongue.gif


Edited by akiroz - 3/7/13 at 8:15am
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