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Problem: Dac USB M2Tech
#1
Hi, I can't configure the M2tech usb dac, help !! Thank you
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#2
(03-30-2019, 06:06 PM)Luigi Wrote: Hi, I can't configure the M2tech usb dac, help !! Thank you

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Plug it in, go to the MPD Config panel and select "USB audio device" as the Device type. Save.

Regards,
Kent
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#3
in the audio configuration it is indicated "Set this to None if using a USB audio device.
Auto-play will be turned off as part of updating this setting.
Driver options "
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#4
(03-31-2019, 01:55 PM)Luigi Wrote: in the audio configuration it is indicated "Set this to None if using a USB audio device.
Auto-play will be turned off as part of updating this setting.
Driver options "


Indeed, the "I2S audio device" has to be set to "None" in the Devices section of the Audio config panel. This is the default setting.

Look down to the next section, MPD, and click the MPD options "EDIT OPTIONS" button. This takes you to the MPD config panel. Select and save "USB audio device".

Regards,
Kent
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#5
MPD Config

BACK to Audio config
Settings
Audio device NOTHING SELECTED.

The USB DAC is no detected Sad
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#6
Odd since the hiface usb driver is in the kernel. Linux should automatically configure the DAC.

Code:
pi@rp3:~ $ ls /lib/modules/4.19.30-v7+/kernel/sound/usb/hiface/
snd-usb-hiface.ko

After plugging in the DAC post the output from the commands below

Code:
lsusb
aplay -l
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#7
pi@moode:~ $ ls /lib/modules/4.19.30-v7+/kernel/sound/usb/hiface/ snd-usb-hiface.ko
ls: cannot access '/lib/modules/4.19.30-v7+/kernel/sound/usb/hiface/': No such file or directory
ls: cannot access 'snd-usb-hiface.ko': No such file or directory
pi@moode:~ $ lsusb aplay -l
lsusb: invalid option -- 'l'
Usage: lsusb [options]...
List USB devices
-v, --verbose
Increase verbosity (show descriptors)
-s [[bus]:][devnum]
Show only devices with specified device and/or
bus numbers (in decimal)
-d vendor:[product]
Show only devices with the specified vendor and
product ID numbers (in hexadecimal)
-D device
Selects which device lsusb will examine
-t, --tree
Dump the physical USB device hierarchy as a tree
-V, --version
Show version of program
-h, --help
Show usage and help
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#8
What version of moOde?
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#9
Moode Audio Player is a derivative of the wonderful WebUI audio player client for MPD originally designed and coded by Andrea Coiutti and Simone De Gregori, and subsequently enhanced by early efforts from the RaspyFi/Volumio projects.
Release Information

Release: 4.4 2018-12-09 View relnotes
Update: (2018-12-19)
Setup guide: View guide
Coding: Tim Curtis © 2014 Moode Audio, Twitter
Contributors: View contributors
License: View GPLv3

Platform Information

Raspbian ver: 9.6
Linux kernel: 4.14.84-v7+, armv7l
Hdwr revision: Pi-3B+ 1GB v1.3
MPD version: 0.20.20
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#10
Try below

Code:
ls /lib/modules/4.14.84-v7+/kernel/sound/usb/hiface/

Code:
lsusb

Code:
aplay -l
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