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DACs And Motherboards Working With Snakeoil

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(26-Jun-2019, 08:47 AM) jacky820 Wrote: M.2 - Intel 660P 1TB = cannot found the drive during the installation

Try the NVME kernel here and see if it works.

No easy way to easily create custom kernels at the moment. Think probably about time I start working on this, however, still need a power server to host this - as compiling the kernel requires space and CPU power. Hosting this is going to be more expensive than hosting this website.
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I have Cambridge Audio dacmagic Azur with USB 1.1 and spdif optical out. Confirmed working.

The server is HP t520 with 8gb SSD 4gb ram.
LMS recognised the USB player and it plays music. I prefer the Touch as network bridge, but if I didn't have this, the USB player would be acceptable.
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Update, I connect with a USB printer cable, Cambridge Audio dacmagic to the t520 thin client, not an optical toslink cable.

I have a Nobsound USB isolator between the two now, and the sound is clear and no hiss, except where recorded.

I'm listening to Everything but the girl, I don't want to talk about it, and the electric guitars are thrumming, and a repeated deep bass note is evident that was not distinct before.

This is as good as the Pioneer CD player which in turn is better than LMS sound.

Reading reviews of the isolator, it serves up to USB 2.0, not high speed. It may add artifacts if it is used in an inappropriate context.
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