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  1. #1
    Jeffrey Gordon
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    I think I am hearing things

    Ok I was wondering if things sounded reverse through the Squeezebox.
    And today in my truck I was listening to a song that has a piano intro
    on the left speaker as hear through my car speakers and home cd
    player. Also when I play the flac encoded version of this song on my
    computer it plays through the left speaker.

    However when I play the exact same FLAC file through the squeezebox
    through the same reciever tested earlier the sound comes from the right
    speaker. I have not identified other music yet with a distinct left or
    right track to test with. Will look for some.

    My setup is as follows,
    Slimserver nightly from 01-04-2004 with firmaware version v5

    Test the squeezebox with my reciever via toslink digital connection,
    also tested it via headphones connected directly to the squeezebox with
    the same results.

    Any ideas?


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  2. #2
    Founder, Slim Devices seanadams's Avatar
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    I think I am hearing things

    Embarrassing but easy to fix. Just need to identify which formats are
    affected (I'm quite sure MP3 is correct but we may be swapping the
    channels for one/more/all PCM formats).

    On Jan 5, 2004, at 5:50 PM, Jeffrey Gordon wrote:

    > Ok I was wondering if things sounded reverse through the Squeezebox.
    > And today in my truck I was listening to a song that has a piano intro
    > on the left speaker as hear through my car speakers and home cd
    > player. Also when I play the flac encoded version of this song on my
    > computer it plays through the left speaker.
    >
    > However when I play the exact same FLAC file through the squeezebox
    > through the same reciever tested earlier the sound comes from the
    > right speaker. I have not identified other music yet with a distinct
    > left or right track to test with. Will look for some.
    >
    > My setup is as follows,
    > Slimserver nightly from 01-04-2004 with firmaware version v5
    >
    > Test the squeezebox with my reciever via toslink digital connection,
    > also tested it via headphones connected directly to the squeezebox
    > with the same results.
    >
    > Any ideas?
    >
    >

  3. #3
    Jeffrey Gordon
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    I think I am hearing things

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    Glad to know I was not going nuts. The only format I have is FLAC.

    Let me know when the fix is in the nightly and I will be happy to test it.

    Thanks,
    Jeff
    On Tuesday 06 January 2004 09:30, Sean Adams wrote:
    > Embarrassing but easy to fix. Just need to identify which formats are
    > affected (I'm quite sure MP3 is correct but we may be swapping the
    > channels for one/more/all PCM formats).
    >
    > On Jan 5, 2004, at 5:50 PM, Jeffrey Gordon wrote:
    > > Ok I was wondering if things sounded reverse through the Squeezebox.
    > > And today in my truck I was listening to a song that has a piano intro
    > > on the left speaker as hear through my car speakers and home cd
    > > player. Also when I play the flac encoded version of this song on my
    > > computer it plays through the left speaker.
    > >
    > > However when I play the exact same FLAC file through the squeezebox
    > > through the same reciever tested earlier the sound comes from the
    > > right speaker. I have not identified other music yet with a distinct
    > > left or right track to test with. Will look for some.
    > >
    > > My setup is as follows,
    > > Slimserver nightly from 01-04-2004 with firmaware version v5
    > >
    > > Test the squeezebox with my reciever via toslink digital connection,
    > > also tested it via headphones connected directly to the squeezebox
    > > with the same results.
    > >
    > > Any ideas?
    > >
    > >

  4. #4
    Founder, Slim Devices seanadams's Avatar
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    I think I am hearing things

    I probably won't have time to do this until the weekend (busy w/
    macworld).

    On Jan 6, 2004, at 6:38 AM, Jeffrey Gordon wrote:

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    > Glad to know I was not going nuts. The only format I have is FLAC.
    >
    > Let me know when the fix is in the nightly and I will be happy to test
    > it.
    >
    > Thanks,
    > Jeff
    > On Tuesday 06 January 2004 09:30, Sean Adams wrote:
    >> Embarrassing but easy to fix. Just need to identify which formats are
    >> affected (I'm quite sure MP3 is correct but we may be swapping the
    >> channels for one/more/all PCM formats).
    >>
    >> On Jan 5, 2004, at 5:50 PM, Jeffrey Gordon wrote:
    >>> Ok I was wondering if things sounded reverse through the Squeezebox.
    >>> And today in my truck I was listening to a song that has a piano
    >>> intro
    >>> on the left speaker as hear through my car speakers and home cd
    >>> player. Also when I play the flac encoded version of this song on
    >>> my
    >>> computer it plays through the left speaker.
    >>>
    >>> However when I play the exact same FLAC file through the squeezebox
    >>> through the same reciever tested earlier the sound comes from the
    >>> right speaker. I have not identified other music yet with a distinct
    >>> left or right track to test with. Will look for some.
    >>>
    >>> My setup is as follows,
    >>> Slimserver nightly from 01-04-2004 with firmaware version v5
    >>>
    >>> Test the squeezebox with my reciever via toslink digital connection,
    >>> also tested it via headphones connected directly to the squeezebox
    >>> with the same results.
    >>>
    >>> Any ideas?
    >>>
    >>>

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