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DACs And Motherboards Working With Snakeoil


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MB: Gigabyte GA-H170M-D3H
USB Output: SOtM tX-USB
DAC: L.K.S. Audio MH-DA003 (Amanero firmware - 1.096c3w2)
Sorry for my English
[GA-H170M-D3H + Skylake G4400 + SOtM tX-USB] -> L.K.S. Audio MH-DA003 USB Upgrade Edition -> Audio Note P2SE ->Tannoy D500

 
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#12
This setup is working and sounding great with 1.0.6 and MPD-git. James Taylor is blasting as I type this.
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#13
MB= Shuttle DS77U-i3 fanless PC platform (i3-7100U/8GbRAM)
DAC= PS Audio Stellar Gain Cell DAC/Preamp (PCM and DoP)
DAC= Lead Audio Northern Fidelity 24/192 DAC
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Is Ayre QB-9 work with Snakeoil OS?
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(07-Mar-2019, 10:05 AM) 850t Wrote: Is Ayre QB-9 work with Snakeoil OS?

Don't have that DAC myself but looks like that's a USB 2.0 device. So yes, it'd work.

Do you know if this DAC works with native DSD, or just DoP??

If this works with native DSD, you'd need to generate a diagnostic file for me to add DSD support in the native DSD kernel.
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#16
Does snakeoil installed on Raspberry (or same ARM) computer single-board ?
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#17
(17-Mar-2019, 05:34 AM) nabiullin Wrote: Does snakeoil installed on Raspberry (or same ARM) computer single-board ?


Yes on Raspberry Pi.
See here under Downloads....
https://www.snakeoil-os.net/forums/Threa...nd-Testing

Also look in the Walk-throughs for the quick install guide and some extras for the Pi such as Oled display and I/R remote control.
https://www.snakeoil-os.net/forums/Forum-Walkthroughs
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#18
Hi Kith, Hiface is listed as supporting device, I connect the Hiface EVO (USB-SPDIF) Interface with Hiface EVO DAC, device show up in USB but not in ALSA audio equipment, do it require custom kernel? It is just an USB 2.0 Audio device showing up in many Linux disto, please kindly advise.

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(Yesterday, 11:54 PM) vv329 Wrote: Hi Kith, Hiface is listed as supporting device, I connect the Hiface EVO (USB-SPDIF) Interface with Hiface EVO DAC, device show up in USB but not in ALSA audio equipment, do it require custom kernel? It is just an USB 2.0 Audio device showing up in many Linux disto, please kindly advise.

Thanks

William


Hi William,

You'll need the M2Tech kernel from here. Drop that kernel into the install window, reboot and you will get the HiFace DAC showing up as a ALSA device.
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