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Can I use a Hifiberry DAC+ zero?
#1
Hello!

Iam using a Rpi0w with a external USB soundcard but I want to upgrade. Can I use a Hifiberry DAC+ zero with Moodeaudio? And do I need to select the normal Hifiberry DAC+ in the menu?
"Gewoon boef man" - Boef
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#2
What I2S driver does Hifiberry specify for their DAC+ Zero device?
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#3
(10-31-2018, 12:02 AM)rudyhov Wrote: Hello!

Iam using a Rpi0w with a external USB soundcard but I want to upgrade. Can I use a Hifiberry DAC+ zero with Moodeaudio? And do I need to select the normal Hifiberry DAC+ in the menu?

You can use the Hifiberry DAC+ zero with Moodeaudio. Simply choose 'Hifi Berry DAC' as your I2S Audio Device. Not the 'Hifi Berry DAC+'
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#4
(10-31-2018, 12:32 PM)rylfas Wrote:
(10-31-2018, 12:02 AM)rudyhov Wrote: Hello!

Iam using a Rpi0w with a external USB soundcard but I want to upgrade. Can I use a Hifiberry DAC+ zero with Moodeaudio? And do I need to select the normal Hifiberry DAC+ in the menu?

You can use the Hifiberry DAC+ zero with Moodeaudio. Simply choose 'Hifi Berry DAC' as your I2S Audio Device. Not the 'Hifi Berry DAC+'

I had a Pi Zero working at one time with a Pi Zero HiFiBerry DAC+ (Version 1.0.1) board and had issues selecting HiFiBerry DAC+ in Moode. I had to go into config.txt and set
dtoverlay=hifiberry-dac

I never tried it the way rylfas mentions, so that may have solved my issue.

Gary
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#5
Thumbs Up 
Its working! thanks guys!
"Gewoon boef man" - Boef
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#6
With Moode 6.x, and using the HiFiBerry DAC+ zero, should I be selecting the "HiFiBerry DAC Zero" or the "HiFiBerry DAC+" or "HiFiBerry DAC+ ADC" or "HiFiBerry DAC"?

There's plenty of choices, but nothing listed as the "HiFiBerry DAC+ Zero".
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#7
What dtoverlay does the DAC+Zero use?

I can add an entry for it in the device database.
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#8
(10-16-2019, 08:40 PM)Tim Curtis Wrote: What dtoverlay does the DAC+Zero use?

I can add an entry for it in the device database.

I've no idea. I don't even know what dtoverlay means!

I can e-mail them though...
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#9
Found this on their forum:
Quote:Hi,

for the HiFiBerry DAC+ Zero, you need to user the hifiberry-dac overlay. This should work with practically all distributions.
 
and
Quote:Hi,
for the DAC+ Zero, you need to use the hifiberry-dac overlay, not hifiberry-dacplus
Best regards,
Daniel
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#10
Thanks, I'll add for the 6.3.1 update.
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