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iFi audio Pro iDSD (Official) - NEW Firmware - MQA and more.

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  1. KrankorUK
    Hi Folks,

    Does anyone know what the four circles are meant to represent on the screen when you select Wifi as source input.
    They are in the bottom right (one of the circles is filled in, the other three are empty).

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    Can't seem to find any mention of it in the manual.

    Thanks!
     
  2. gordec
    They stand for wifi, ethernet, USB harddrive, microSD. I know top right is Ethernet. The other I'm not too sure.
     
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  3. tinnitize
    The stock SMPS for my iCANpro has two pimary rails thus no connection to ground. So I doubt that this SMPS can be grounded internally, and the stock SMPS of iDSDpro should be a different one, or is it?

    Tinnitize
     
  4. tinnitize
    The manuals for BL/silver and iCANpro are, for my understanding, also a bit scant regarding the complexity of the matter.
    Tinnitize
     
  5. MrPanda
    Maybe I've missed the post, but will pro-IDSD be Roon ready?

    Thanks!
     
  6. gordec
    It was discussed before. It's not currently in the works per ifi. You can get a renderer like SMS200 or micro/ultrarendu if you want Roon. I finally got Pro iDSD working well as a network player using Jriver DLNA. Everything from MP3 to DSD stream without a hitch, and there is just no competition between the sound quality of ethernet connection and USB connection even in a DAC with a very good USB connection. I highly recommend everyone to try the ethernet route.

    I find that Windows 10 is very finicky as a DLNA server regardless what software you use. If you keep changing settings, Windows will run multiple copies of the server and chokes the performance. Once you restart the computer and clears the memory, it plays smooth again.
     
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2019
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  7. KrankorUK
    Thanks! It makes perfect sense now :wink:
     
  8. flyte3333
    I never commented about Pro iCan...
     
  9. tinnitize
    So that 's what I was indicating: iDSDpro has a different SMPS than iCANpro thus owning three primary rails?
    Thanks
     
  10. bluesaint
    Yes idsd has 3 rail. Uses 3 prong power cable input as well.
     
  11. flyte3333
    I can’t comment on Pro iCan... but I already mentioned Pro iDSD’s iPower Plus is internally grounded. Easy to do a continuity check between AC earth and DC plug -ve.
     
  12. doggiehowser
    Pro iDSD started rebooting itself every few minutes. Disconnected it and this morning brought it to the office and it seems stable now. Works on Ethernet but for the life of me, I can't find any instructions to connect to a second WiFi SSID which I would need for the office. I want to test that the WiFi module isnt dead.
     
  13. gordec
    For those trying network play on Windows, I just realized that wifi is causing significant latency lag with DLNA server even though I was running it off ethernet. I used LatencyMon which traced it to dxgkrnl.sys. Turning off the wifi completely took care of it.
     
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