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VOLT + standalone AMP / Re: Volt+ as power amp...
« on: November 02, 2016, 06:08:13 AM »
Hello ,

We don't have option to by pass the volume control,it may required manual soldering if you really wanted to do that.

regards,

Admin

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PIANO HI-FI DAC / Re: Sparky ubuntu download to run the dac piano?
« on: November 02, 2016, 06:01:08 AM »
Hello ,

Linux Distribution supported on Sparky -: Ubuntu 12.04 - 3.10.37

Kindly explain your setup ? you have Sparky + Piano ?

Regards,

Admin

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General Questions / Re: Support for Third Party RTC
« on: November 02, 2016, 04:50:10 AM »
Dear Rajesh ,

Sparky support RTC ,No third party RTC unit required,only need battery connection

But only custom designed sparky will support RTC. RTC's  specific circuitry to support RTC .

Regards,

Admin

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PIANO HI-FI DAC 2.1 / Re: Ho w to configure to 2.0?
« on: October 27, 2016, 10:53:26 PM »
In Piano 2.1 1st two RCA is general LEFT -Right stereo OUT ,Sub woofer in the next two RCA

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KALI RECLOCKER / Re: ALLO Reclocker differnet Version
« on: October 26, 2016, 02:03:46 AM »
1) The exact frequency values for the Oscillators are (22.5792Mhz/24.576Mhz)  &  (45.1584Mhz/49.152Mhz)
    2) Both the versions supports at most of the mp3 files.
    3) Only different between 45/49 version and 22/24 version is, in 22/24 version ,it supports upto 176.4K(44.1k family) and 192k(48k family)   sampling rate audio files.But in case of 45/49 version supports above 176.4k(44.1k family) and 192k (48k family).
   4) And both the versions ,it wouldn't degrade any audio quality.Because both the versions of Oscillators(from NDK) having very low jitter (3-5ps).

hope this helps ..

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KALI RECLOCKER / Re: Identifying 44/48MHz or 22/24Mhz version...
« on: October 26, 2016, 02:02:12 AM »
    45 /49 version Boards Oscillator marking:

    45.1584Mhz  ----> D45.158 621: VG/3F
    49.152Mhz    ----> D49.152 622:2G/BD


   22 /24 version Boards Oscillator marking:

    22.5792Mhz  ---> D22.579 617: A8/D8
    24.576Mhz    ---> D24.576 617: SB/X

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KALI RECLOCKER / Re: Kali 'Hat size Not Hat Compliant'
« on: October 26, 2016, 02:01:28 AM »
The Kali page shows a badge saying 'Hat size Not Hat Compliant'. Does that mean it's not compatible with the Raspberry PI?

Hat size -: mounting holes and connectors will match with RPI
Hat Compliant -: Still under process but it support with RPI


what are the jitter accuracy measurements of Kali?

3 to 5 ps

How is an 'external Crystal Oscillators for MCLK or upgraded to a higher quality, multi-frequency clock that comes with automatic Fs switching and better performance' fitted?

Automatic FS switching -according to the Audio sampling rate KALI will select (ON BOARD) external Crystal Oscillators MCLK

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VOLT + standalone AMP / Re: Volt + Power socket...
« on: October 25, 2016, 04:06:12 AM »
Dear Suresh ,

Volt + use 3 mm DC power jack .

Sorry ,We dont have any option for power ON and OFF on board .

Regards,

Admin

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General Questions / Re: OMAP4 Issue on Ubuntu
« on: October 25, 2016, 03:37:52 AM »
Hello ,

Did you observed OMAP4 issues while doing apt-get update ?

Regards,

Admin

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We recommend to use Android 5.1 ,we will upload the image via github soon

Regards,

Admin

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KALI RECLOCKER / Re: Standoff length...
« on: October 25, 2016, 03:21:27 AM »
standoff spacer length is 12 mm

Regards,

Admin

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PIANO HI-FI DAC 2.1 / Re: Ho w to configure to 2.0?
« on: October 24, 2016, 04:14:21 AM »
Hello ,

In Piano 2.1 will have Left-right RCA and sub-woofer ,in the Left-right RCA you can use RCA to headphone converter .

This way you can use headphone to Piano 2.1 .

Write us in detail ,if you need any further clarification

Regards,

Sparky Admin

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General Questions / why two Kali version ?
« on: October 13, 2016, 12:20:01 AM »
Kali 22/24 Mhz will support only upto 192 Khz music sample rate ,
Higher frequency 44/48 MHz oscillators are used to support upto 384 kHz music sample rate

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