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Idea: Diretta Audio Protocol
#1
Hi team,

It would be nice if diretta audio protocol or similar one would be able to implement to moode.
 
Diretta audio protocol will improve audio quality because of processing noise reduction.

More information is bellows.
https://www.diretta.link/
https://support.diretta.link/doku.php?id=diretta:start
https://www.phileweb.com/review/article/.../3717.html
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#2
Whatever my personal thoughts about the Diretta protocol and its purported benefits, the fact that I can find no technical description* and no open-source code would seem to be a show stopper. 

In the vanishingly small number of Web search hits I got, I see tidbits like this from an October 2018 exchange on the Audiophile Style forum https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic...-protocol/

Quote:Yes we had linux liblary.(company license)

we will release  binary on ALSA Sink and Sync after one month



Company license? Binary blobs? Doesn't sound interesting to a free and open source project like moOde.

Further, I didn't find any independent protocol testing and verification reports. Not encouraging.

Just my 2-cents worth.
 
Regards,
Kent

* IMHO the links provided lead to marketing material. No one could write code based on it.
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#3
(01-03-2020, 02:37 PM)TheOldPresbyope Wrote: Whatever my personal thoughts about the Diretta protocol and its purported benefits, the fact that I can find no technical description* and no open-source code would seem to be a show stopper. 

In the vanishingly small number of Web search hits I got, I see tidbits like this from an October 2018 exchange on the Audiophile Style forum https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic...-protocol/

Quote:Yes we had linux liblary.(company license)

we will release  binary on ALSA Sink and Sync after one month



Company license? Binary blobs? Doesn't sound interesting to a free and open source project like moOde.

Further, I didn't find any independent protocol testing and verification reports. Not encouraging.

Just my 2-cents worth.
 
Regards,
Kent

* IMHO the links provided lead to marketing material. No one could write code based on it.
Thanks for information of the Audiophile Style forum.

I recognize the stance of open source project.
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#4
(01-03-2020, 10:32 PM)sweetsound Wrote:
(01-03-2020, 02:37 PM)TheOldPresbyope Wrote: Whatever my personal thoughts about the Diretta protocol and its purported benefits, the fact that I can find no technical description* and no open-source code would seem to be a show stopper. 

In the vanishingly small number of Web search hits I got, I see tidbits like this from an October 2018 exchange on the Audiophile Style forum https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic...-protocol/

Quote:Yes we had linux liblary.(company license)

we will release  binary on ALSA Sink and Sync after one month



Company license? Binary blobs? Doesn't sound interesting to a free and open source project like moOde.

Further, I didn't find any independent protocol testing and verification reports. Not encouraging.

Just my 2-cents worth.
 
Regards,
Kent

* IMHO the links provided lead to marketing material. No one could write code based on it.
Thanks for information of the Audiophile Style forum.

I recognize the stance of open source project.

Have you actually had any experience with this 'Audio Protocol'? Have you done any comparisons with 'classic' protocols? Examples, please...
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#5
(01-04-2020, 06:36 AM)CallMeMike Wrote:
(01-03-2020, 10:32 PM)sweetsound Wrote:
(01-03-2020, 02:37 PM)TheOldPresbyope Wrote: Whatever my personal thoughts about the Diretta protocol and its purported benefits, the fact that I can find no technical description* and no open-source code would seem to be a show stopper. 

In the vanishingly small number of Web search hits I got, I see tidbits like this from an October 2018 exchange on the Audiophile Style forum https://audiophilestyle.com/forums/topic...-protocol/

Quote:Yes we had linux liblary.(company license)

we will release  binary on ALSA Sink and Sync after one month



Company license? Binary blobs? Doesn't sound interesting to a free and open source project like moOde.

Further, I didn't find any independent protocol testing and verification reports. Not encouraging.

Just my 2-cents worth.
 
Regards,
Kent

* IMHO the links provided lead to marketing material. No one could write code based on it.
Thanks for information of the Audiophile Style forum.

I recognize the stance of open source project.

Have you actually had any experience with this 'Audio Protocol'? Have you done any comparisons with 'classic' protocols? Examples, please...
I have no actual experience with the Dirreta protocol, but my friends have  some experienced and many experiences are shown in Japanese audio fan’s community.
 http://community.phileweb.com/

One has experienced this protocol with audio network player(DSP-vela) made by sforzato corp.
   
  The blog mentions that the sound by diretta is vivid and freshness compered with upnp connections between DSP-Vela and NAS (fidata HFAS1-X).
    
http://community.phileweb.com/mypage/ent...822/60210/
 
Another friend heard mini pc version of diretta, it sounds clear compared with light MPD PC and USB DAC(ES9018).
 
https://blog.goo.ne.jp/vafan/e/cfdc9e0b3...0f9966d987

Now, there is Diretta target pc and DAC 
 (https://www.oliospec.com/shopdetail/000000008167/  ) 
and Diretta host (PC or NAS:Soundgenic) in shop. 

Therefor, many audio fans have experienced diretta protocol.
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#6
Is this an Open Source (free) protocol?
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#7
(01-05-2020, 12:53 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: Is this an Open Source (free) protocol?

I asked your question to info@diretta.link and received the answer in Japanese quite a long message.

The point is as follows.

Currentry, Diretta libraly  its-self is not open source.
It is scheduled to implement audio maker's products.

Please ask to info@diretta.link by person in charge of the audio maker.
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