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Problem: Allo Digi One Sig
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Recently been having trouble with my Allo One Sig which for the year and a half has worked beautifully. Specifically, no sound output. I have tried on two amps/dacs that sound is working just fine. Are there any commands I might run to further diagnose the Allo Sig?
 

RPI3B v1.2
moOde 6.4.2
DAC is MiniDsp 2x4 HD and Anthem AVM processor
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(03-15-2020, 04:46 PM)Onionhead Wrote: Recently been having trouble with my Allo One Sig which for the year and a half has worked beautifully. Specifically, no sound output. I have tried on two amps/dacs that sound is working just fine. Are there any commands I might run to further diagnose the Allo Sig?
 

RPI3B v1.2
moOde 6.4.2
DAC is MiniDsp 2x4 HD and Anthem AVM processor

have you tried USB out? to check at least the RPI bord? or only SPDIF out??
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#3
Try a fresh image. My digione sig went flaky with the last in place update.

Fresh image and it works great again.
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(03-17-2020, 11:53 PM)Manni Wrote:
(03-15-2020, 04:46 PM)Onionhead Wrote: Recently been having trouble with my Allo One Sig which for the year and a half has worked beautifully. Specifically, no sound output. I have tried on two amps/dacs that sound is working just fine. Are there any commands I might run to further diagnose the Allo Sig?
 

RPI3B v1.2
moOde 6.4.2
DAC is MiniDsp 2x4 HD and Anthem AVM processor

have you tried USB out? to check at least the RPI bord? or only SPDIF out??

I have only used the rca spdif out to this point. I wasn't aware the RPI usb would about sound with digi one installed. In moOde do I need to change the configuration I normally use with Digi One sig? So I would just use a usb cable from RPI to my mini dsp dac and I should hear the music but it might not sound as sweet as the Allo sig. 

@ Botte Thanks going to make a fresh image.


My plan is to make fresh image connect to my will mini dsp ddrc-24 dac both spdif and usb. If that fails I am going to move the Allo board to an RPI4, make a new image and give it another go.

Cheers
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