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SOLD: FS: Raspberry Pi Roon Endpoint/DAC kit


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Item Condition: As New
Shipping Options: Pickup available but audition is not available.,Shipping is included in price.
Suburb or Town: Oxenford
State: Queensland
Payment Method: EFT, Cash on Collection
Reason for selling: Different direction

Further information:

 

Bought all this to setup another endpoint. But going to get a Bluesound node instead.

 

All tested and working as it should. Selling for what I paid for it all

 

 

 

  • RPi 3 mainboard
  • Hifiberry DAC+ Pro board
  • Clear acrylic case
  • Genuine RPi power supply
  • 16Gb Sandisk uSD card with Roon endpoint pre-installed

 

AK4118 I2S DSD 32bit PCM384 DSD128

 

Board output:
 
Coaxial: PCM: 44.1-192KHz/24Bit
 
           DSD: DOP DSD64 (coaxial, fiber provides DOP output only when jumper J2 is connected)
 
Optical fiber: PCM: 44.1-192KHz/24Bit
 
           DSD: DOP DSD64 (coaxial, fiber provides DOP output only when jumper J2 is connected)
 
I2S: PCM: 44.1-384KHz/32Bit
 
           DSD: DOP DSD64/DSD128 (jumper J2 connection), DSD original code DSD64/DSD128 (jumper J2 disconnected)
 
  **Note: The board's I2S output is followed by the Raspberry Pi's I2S output, which is related to the music files played and the playback software settings.
 
Note: I2S output clock frequency: MCLK is fixed at 22.5792MHz/24.576MHz, BICK is 64FS
 
Provide sampling frequency indication, defined as follows
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Powered :
 
The 5V power supply of the board is directly connected to the 40P interface of the Raspberry Pi. There are two ways to supply power as follows:
 
  a. Directly use micro_usb to power the Raspberry Pi, and power the board from the 40P interface of the Raspberry Pi.
 
  b. Power is supplied from the DC-seat input interface of the board, and the board supplies power to the Raspberry Pi through the 40P interface.
 
Power supply voltage: DC voltage regulator +5V, voltage range: 5%
 
Power interface specification: 5.5/2.1, inside and outside negative
 
Recommended supply current: >2500MA
 
Single board working current: >150MA  (excluding raspberry pie)
 
 
Basic parameters:
 
Raspberry Pi Raspberry pi coaxial board HIFI digital sound card Support standard 4-wire I2S output 32BIT/384KHZ DSD128
 
1. Professional I2S processing chip realizes DOP to DSD and recognizes I2S 16, 24, 32BIT audio format.
 
2. Support 32BIT/44.1-384KHZ DSD64-DSD128 output
 
3. The Raspberry Pi loses the sound through the I2S mode. The listening is smooth and natural, and there is no such thing as a hard-to-detect pause in USB.
 
4. Use the general version of VOLUMIO, MOODE, and set the I2S-DAC mode to HiFiberry DAC to play.
 
     VOLUMIO universal version driver can support 44.1-192KHZ DSD64 output
 
     MOODE universal version driver can support 44.1-384KHZ DSD64-DSD128 output
 
5. The board's I2S DSD output mode can be set to the following two types:
 
    a. DSD original code output, suitable for common I2S input DAC chip supporting DSD, such as AK4493, AK4497 DAC to achieve DSD hard solution, of course, ES9028, ES9038 are no problem
 
    b. PCM package DSD signal output is DOP signal, suitable for I2S input DAC chip supporting DOP decoding, such as: ES9038PRO, ES9038Q2M, etc.
 
6. Coaxial, optical output support 44.1-192KHZ/DOP DSD64

 

 

Pi SPDIF i2s and Toslink output HAT

 

SPDIF HAT with i2s and Toslink output, can be used on Moode, volumio and picoreplayer, select i2s dac as hifiberry DAC. 

It can be either powered via raspberry, or a DC 5V through the onboard DC connector (the latter case raspberry will be powered by this HAT board), either way, CANNOT be powered by both ways  simultaneously 


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Looks good mate! 
 

Re the node2i. Coming from the gear you’ve got that’s probably not a good idea. It’ll sound horrendously bad. I thought mine was broken it sounded so compressed and bad. 

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22 minutes ago, Jhsg said:

Looks good mate! 
 

Re the node2i. Coming from the gear you’ve got that’s probably not a good idea. It’ll sound horrendously bad. I thought mine was broken it sounded so compressed and bad. 

 

This will be for another room (bar area for 'Spotify') 

 

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