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  1. #1411
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    I've tried the HifiBerry OS and whilst I can get it to run, there's nothing coming out of either output of the Digi+. I think the Pi isn't communicating properly. Perhaps it's a faulty board...

  2. #1412
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    As a last resort I would try reloading pCP. You can do an image backup using the new routine or you can load it on to a second SD card. That way if it's not the issue you're not out too much time.

    Unless you have another pi lying about.

    Good luck.

    Howard

    Quote Originally Posted by scooper View Post
    I've tried the HifiBerry OS and whilst I can get it to run, there's nothing coming out of either output of the Digi+. I think the Pi isn't communicating properly. Perhaps it's a faulty board...

  3. #1413
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard Passman View Post
    As a last resort I would try reloading pCP. You can do an image backup using the new routine or you can load it on to a second SD card. That way if it's not the issue you're not out too much time.

    Unless you have another pi lying about.

    Good luck.

    Howard
    Thanks - I did try reloading pCP but without success.

  4. #1414
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    Wlep, if the sound board is known to be good and you've tried everything else, it might be time to replace the RPI. Hope they'll swap it out for you.

    Howard


    Quote Originally Posted by scooper View Post
    Thanks - I did try reloading pCP but without success.

  5. #1415
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    @scooper

    Try the Raspberry PI OS Desktop

    https://downloads.raspberrypi.org/ra...ster-armhf.zip

    1) Load the overlay into the bottom of /boot/config.txt and reboot.

    Info: Configures the HifiBerry Digi+ Pro audio card
    Load: dtoverlay=hifiberry-digi-pro
    Params: <None>
    Name: hifiberry-digi-pro
    2) Select it as default output in the Desktop (right click the volume icon)

    3) Open the web browser and play a radio station, choose fip or radio paradise

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    maybe try this tomorrow if you feel like it

    ronnie

  6. #1416
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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    @scooper

    maybe try this tomorrow if you feel like it

    ronnie
    Thanks for the suggestions Ronnie. This might be something to tackle tomorrow

  7. #1417
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooper View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions Ronnie. This might be something to tackle tomorrow
    Tried that too and it still won't work. At this point I'll just see if I can get the board replaced.
    Thanks for all the suggestions.

  8. #1418
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    Quote Originally Posted by scooper View Post
    Tried that too and it still won't work. At this point I'll just see if I can get the board replaced.
    Thanks for all the suggestions.
    That's a PITA !

    Keep us updated please

    ronnie

  9. #1419
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    Quote Originally Posted by Man in a van View Post
    That's a PITA !

    Keep us updated please

    ronnie
    Still waiting for the company who supplied the original board to offer a solution (and I'm glad I bought it on my credit card!) but the Pi is definitely at fault. The HiFiBerry is working well on another Pi and I used the piCorePlayer card on a new Pi and HifiBerry and it's working fine.

    Update 13 March - had to send the Pi back to prove it was faulty but managed to get a refund (with the assistance of my credit card company). Not the best experience...
    Last edited by scooper; 2021-03-13 at 18:24.

  10. #1420
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    Troubleshooting USB DAC

    Hope to find some help here.

    I have a freshly assembled "piTouch" using PI3B with official touch screen.

    Connecting it to TEAC UD-501 from PI on board USB via good quality USB cable.
    Audio output device settings set to USB audio, Output setting to "front:CARD=UD501,DEV=0", ALSA setting to " 80 4 nothing 1 nothing".
    Other setting unchanged from default. Wired network.

    TEAC is receiving and playing the data, but i get clicks, pops, dropouts even with 44.1/16 material

    Tried 64bit Picoreplayer, now on 32bit, tried different output settings, different USB cables, went from 64bit to 32bit, problem still persists.

    My old Squeezebox Touch with EDO plugin connected to same Squeezeserver via same switch can play material up to 192/24 via SPDIF and toslink without any issues at all, so it's unlikely a network issue I believe.

    Any suggestions regarding the USB output setting for TEAC or how to approach this to find the root cause?

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