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Allo USBridge Signature
#61
(11-20-2019, 03:06 AM)Tim Curtis Wrote: Upcoming moOde 6.4.0 includes a feature to wake the display when audio starts playing whether it MPD or any of the audio renderers.

-Tim

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#62
Question 
I was thinking of putting a 512GB SD card in the Allo and put some of my music on there.  IS that a bad idea?
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#63
Ya thats a bad idea because it will get wiped out whenever a whole-image-only release of moOde its published. This normally happens when a new major version of Raspbian is released.

Raspbian Jessie lasted around 3 years. Stretch lasted only 1.5 years. We are on Buster now and lets hope it has some longevity.

I would recommend a high performance USB stick or SSD drive, or put your music on a NAS. I just use an SSD connected to my Router.
Enjoy the Music!
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#64
Hi, new member here Big Grin .

I bought the Allo USBridge Signature a few days ago. I started with Volumio basically because I did not know moOde... I had some issues with distortion and started tweaking stuff but could not solve it. Today I switched to moOde and man I got to tell you, all issue where gone! Excellent sound and only some clicks and pops but that was solved when I went from 10% to 30% music pre-load.

My listening chain:

Server with Samba share -> Airport Express -> UTP -> Allo USBridge Signature -> Topping D10 -> SPDIF -> Lavry DA11 -> FX-Audio Tube-01 -> Schiit Loki -> Atom Amp -> Sennheiser HD600 -> Happy Dude Tongue
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#65
Please explain how to adjust music pre-load
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#66
(12-07-2019, 03:27 PM)blueninjasix Wrote: Please explain how to adjust music pre-load

From the main screen, click "Configure" then "MPD" then at the bottom you see "Buffer fill before play"

Select 30% and then "Save" on top.
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#67
(12-07-2019, 03:58 PM)cryptout Wrote:
(12-07-2019, 03:27 PM)blueninjasix Wrote: Please explain how to adjust music pre-load

From the main screen, click "Configure" then "MPD" then at the bottom you see "Buffer fill before play"

Select 30% and then "Save" on top.

Thanks. I'll give it a go.
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#68
I'm not using the USB ports on my USBridge Sig and I'd like to know if there's some code to turn them off?
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#69
You might want to try this utility although the SIG (CM3+) uses a different USB/Ethernet solution than the Pi-3B+.
https://github.com/mvp/uhubctl
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#70
Thanks Tim, I'll have a look.
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