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Singxer SU-1 Owners

Discussion in 'Dedicated Source Components' started by t bone, Mar 7, 2017.
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  1. xiamen
    Your photos seem to show that Roon can see the Singxer, and ask you to identify it and enable it. I guess you did that? How are you connecting the Singxer to LKS004? Using hdmi cable into i2S input on LKS I hope.
     
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  2. DEANO2
    It appears to be asking you to enable the Singxer in Roon with Asio . I'm assuming they are Asio drivers for it. It appears you have done everything right , ask Roon also try and see if there are any Forums on Computer Audiophile , the guys on that are brilliant. So try enabling it in Roon and then bang an email off to Roon after all you pay a hefty fee for it.
     
    Last edited: Oct 14, 2018
  3. aggielaw
    Yes, that is all confusing. To install the drivers and update the firmware on the Singxer I had to connect the Singxer to my computer directly via USB. When I did that, roon saw it as a playback device. When I removed the Singxer from direct connection to my computer so I could wire it between the SOtM and LKS, roon did not delete the Singxer. I guess it remembers every audio device you ever plug in to your computer. So, although you see Amanero and Singxer as devices directly connected to the computer, that is not actually the case.

    It is interesting to me that in the SOtM web GUI it specifies the Singxer as an audio device. It is as if both roon and SOtM see the Singxer as a playback device instead of merely a converter. Very strange.
     
  4. DEANO2
    Can I suggest trying direct via your usb output and bypass the sotm for a day or two , then enable it in Roon. After a few days re-insert the sotm . I use Jriver with an Uptone Regen and audioquest jitterbug with a Gustard u12 via usb into an Nad m51 via aes/ebu I had difficulties at first but dropping the Regen out for awhile did it.
     
  5. nick77
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2018
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  6. allhifi
    Hmmmm. Wish the same could be said for Audioquest; yesterday I purchased and connected a AQ 'Chocolate' HDMi 1.0m (i2S duty Gustard U-12/X-20PRO) that simply blew away the Cinnamon (1m) that replaced the Forest (2m) and Pearl (2m).
    The 'Forest was a clear improvement over cheapest Pearl. Cinnamon (I think) -lol was better. Stone cold out-of-box, 'Chocolate' 1m astounded -immediately. And has 'composed' itself now, 36-hours on.

    Very highly recommended.

    pj
     
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  7. allhifi
    Find (buy/borrow) a Audioquest 'Chocolate' HDMi; BJ cable will make for a 'stylish' printer cable.

    pj
     
  8. uncola
    yah I ended up preferring the flat red one from ebay. the "bonded" feature of the bluejeanscable one seemed to be all hype, for i2s use anyway
    this is the one I got from ebay Apollo AV Lightning v2 0.5M HDMI 5% Silver-plated OFC v1.4 High Speed w/Ethernet
     
  9. NCSUZoSo
    I'm using two identical SU-1 clones (FUN01 V1.1) to do capacitor comparisons and I am wondering what is the lowest voltage capacitor that is safe to use in the positions of the aluminum electrolytics on the SU-1/FUN01? I realize there are more than one version of the SU-1, but please just stick to my question and don't start ranting about why Chinese clones are the devil. :o2smile:

    From what I have read, the voltages are 5-7V, so would a 16V Sanyo OSCON be okay in all 6 positions? One other question, is there any truth in people saying that the capacitor nearest the XMOS has the biggest change? I wouldn't have thought so based on my experimenting, but curious if anyone has comment on this topic.

    I'm comparing against Rubycon BlackGate™ F, Rubycon RX30, Sanyo OSCON, Nichicon Muse, Nichicon Fine Gold, ELNA Cerafine, ELNA SILMIC, ELNA ARS SILMIC Super Gold, ELNA ToneRex, etc.

    I had a decent amount of people asking me to test the OSCON series, but it only goes up to 16V from what I found (correct me if I am wrong).

    Feel free to come by and check out my site, I'm working on the Potomac AA-51 for getting accurate THD, IMD, Phase and more measurements. I landed on using screw terminals in the capacitor holes and you can get the rest of the details if interested in link below.

    https://hallmanlabs.com/2018/10/11/...son-testing-in-progress-photos-and-a-preview/

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    If anyone has any suggestions on how to improve or general feedback/criticism, you can find my contact info on the site or comment at the bottom.


    Thanks for any help you can provide!
     
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2018
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  10. rafabro
    I answered you on other forum :wink:
     
  11. Thenewguy007
    Did Singxer ever release a firmware upgrade so it can do 384Hz?
    I remember only the Kitsune edition got that special firmware edition.
     
  12. jimmychan
    The SU-6 is debuted.
     
  13. Thenewguy007
    So when are we going to get the Kitsune & Magna edition of it :)
     
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  14. Sage Encore
    Hi All.
    Happy New Year to all. May I know how to find out which FW my Singxer SU-1 is running? My chain is as follows:

    soTm Ultra Neo>soTm Usb Ultra>Singxer SU-1>Pontus DAC>Simaudio HAD430>Abyss Phi CC


    It works fine, just that I want to know if I am on the latest FW. Fyi, the soTm Eunhasu sees the Singxer SU-1 as mentioned above.

    Thank you,
     
  15. ozzy_scl
    Hello mate, if you're on windows 10, you have to click on the singxer icon (on the notification bar) under properties it would say something live v2.0, v2.20 or v2.22 (if you have updated your FW)
     
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