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Originally Posted by d marc0 View Post

That's great news mate! What did you use as a hub to make it work with your iPhone?

 

Any decent PC hub should work.. I use this one.

post #362 of 578
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Originally Posted by FlySweep View Post
 

 

Any decent PC hub should work.. I use this one.

 

Cheers!

post #363 of 578
Post edited it appears everything is sent to your facebook account, since I dont use facebook or the email address that my facebook account uses I never received anything. The 110 left NYC on the 9th so I shoild have it soon.
Edited by Poimandres - 10/12/13 at 4:24am
post #364 of 578

When someone else receives their UD110 and has a Linux box or Raspberry Pi, can you test it and see if it works?

 

pi@Raspyfi:~$ speaker-test -c2 -D hw:0,0

speaker-test 1.0.25

Playback device is hw:0,0
Stream parameters are 48000Hz, S16_LE, 2 channels
Using 16 octaves of pink noise
Rate set to 48000Hz (requested 48000Hz)
Buffer size range from 96 to 262144
Period size range from 48 to 131072
Using max buffer size 262144
Periods = 4
Unable to set hw params for playback: Input/output error
Setting of hwparams failed: Input/output error
pi@Raspyfi:~$

post #365 of 578

Re: Tiny DAC, Big Sound, Evolved

Rats I was hoping to use it in exactly this config. If it isn't recognized I'll be highly annoyed.
post #366 of 578

Anyone using this with Windows 7 64bit, if so, which drivers are you using? I have two PCs that won't play nice with the UD110 and both are running windows 7 64 but my missus' MacBook works fine so I assume its the drivers I'm using on Windows.

post #367 of 578

Working fine on Windows 7 64bit Home Premium.

 

When you plug the UD110 into one of the usb ports, if installing device pop up doesn't show up :

>Go into Device Manager, where you'll find UD110 located under Other Devices

>Right click to update driver; let Windows find and install drivers automatically

>After installation, right click on Volume Control icon on the taskbar and select Playback Devices

>You'll see the UD110 listed as playback device. You can set it as a default device, so that whenever you plug it in, it will be the primary sound medium

 

This worked for me. But, please note that I already had the UD110 driver installed https://www.dropbox.com/s/syvysv17tgu0icq/UD110%20Driver.zip

post #368 of 578
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Originally Posted by BadBoySimran View Post
 

Working fine on Windows 7 64bit Home Premium.

 

When you plug the UD110 into one of the usb ports, if installing device pop up doesn't show up :

>Go into Device Manager, where you'll find UD110 located under Other Devices

>Right click to update driver; let Windows find and install drivers automatically

>After installation, right click on Volume Control icon on the taskbar and select Playback Devices

>You'll see the UD110 listed as playback device. You can set it as a default device, so that whenever you plug it in, it will be the primary sound medium

 

This worked for me. But, please note that I already had the UD110 driver installed https://www.dropbox.com/s/syvysv17tgu0icq/UD110%20Driver.zip

That's the driver I'm using (dropbox one) it appears to be the culprit locking my PC :mad:

 

was hoping there was another driver floating around >.< 

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Originally Posted by Jesterphile View Post
 

That's the driver I'm using (dropbox one) it appears to be the culprit locking my PC :mad:

 

was hoping there was another driver floating around >.< 

AFAIK this driver is particularly for adjusting bitrate settings for the UD110.

Try uninstalling this driver (and restart), and then plug it into your PC and let Windows do its magic.

I think that might work...

post #370 of 578
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Originally Posted by FlySweep View Post
 

Yep.. my UD110 arrived today as well.  As exiton noted, it sounds excellent.  Very transparent.  I doubt I could tell it apart from the ODAC in a blind test.  I'm using it with my laptop (running Windows 8).  The control panel/driver that Stoner Acoustics provided installed flawlessly (I linked to this a few posts back).

 

The most exciting discovery with the UD110?  It works with my iPhone 4 (running iOS7) & CCK !  It did require an (unpowered) hub (between the CCK & DAC), though.  I couldn't test Android compatibility since my Galaxy S3 is acting up (it's running the latest version of TouchWiz but I'm fairly certain it's a hardware issue with the phone.. since I've had success with USB OTG/USB Audio with my previous Galaxy S3).

Please do report back if you get it working natively with your S3.  It would be nice to have something this tiny and cheap that works with my Note II without the need for UARP.

post #371 of 578
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Originally Posted by BadBoySimran View Post
 

AFAIK this driver is particularly for adjusting bitrate settings for the UD110.

Try uninstalling this driver (and restart), and then plug it into your PC and let Windows do its magic.

I think that might work...

Tried that too.

 

What hasn't worked:

 

- No drivers installed

- Drivers installed with device disconnected and then connected after reboot (computer locks up upon boot with the device connected, or upon connecting the device once booted)

- Drivers installed with device connected (computer locks up upon driver installation)

- Redownloaded drivers several times incase the archive was corrupt with same results

- Device works fine in Mac Book

 

Waiting on StonerAcoustics to get back to me with some ideas

post #372 of 578

Guys, I got my UD110. Trying to use it on an iMac 2011

Unfortunately I'm getting this error:

 

Any ideas?

post #373 of 578

Try the UD110 on the mac with a powered usb hub.

 

Linux Update:  I did get the UD110 to work successfully in Ubuntu 13.04 desktop edition.  Still no luck getting it to work with Rasbian or Raspyfi.  At least that makes me hopeful a future version will support it correctly.  One of the devices showed up as UD110 SPDIF.  Maybe the UD110 functions as a coaxial SPDIF out too?


Edited by exiton - 10/14/13 at 8:25pm
post #374 of 578

Update on my Windows problems with the UD110: Appears to be linked to USB3.0 ports, will update this post with a fix once it's working

post #375 of 578

Just got the UD110 and have it working in Windows 7 but can't get it to work on my Galaxy S4 even w/ USB Audio Recorder Pro.

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