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    Cant see output setting for hifiberry dac + on picoreplayer V6b7 on RPi4

    Hi
    Im wanting to use a RPi4 with a hifiberry dac+ installed as another squeezebox player. I have loaded the picoreplayer V6 b7 beta. I can see it on the LMS (synology NAS) and can hear music out of the headphones jack on the RPi when analog output is selected. I cant see an output setting for the hifiberry dac +? Ive tried the generic ti5102 DAC and the other hifiberry choices with no luck. I have also confirmed the RCA input of the amp is working that im trying to send the music to. Can anyone help me with either what output setting to use or how to find the correct one?
    Thanks Craig
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    Just select Beta mode, and you will see more choices. I think I fixed that after beta7.

    But can you go to Diagnostics|Raspberry pi, and take a screenshot.
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    Hi Paul. Thanks that fixed the problem. I now have tunes!

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    Please post that screenshot......just so I can be sure.
    piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM.
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    Please donate if you like the piCorePlayer

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    see below

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    Okay, thanks....your all set. That bug was fixed, but not in the b7 release.
    piCorePlayer a small player for the Raspberry Pi in RAM.
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    Please donate if you like the piCorePlayer

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