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Instruction Guide DacBerry One + Pi3B+
#1
Hi, 

I've just installed Moode but I don't see DacBerry in the list of I2S audio devices. I've tried using the Generic-1 and Generic-2 drivers but I still can't get audio to output. I'm trying to get sound out of the optical TOSLINK port. 

Is there another driver I should be using, or something else I should be setting?
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#2
Hi,

Does the manufacturer specify which driver to use?

-TIm
Enjoy the Music!
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#3
From the DACberry documentation the following....
"Digital output
To get the it working using the Optical or Coax Output, you need to use the “Justboom Digi” profile."

Presume the Moode setting for JustBoom Digi HAT(Zero) might work ?

Also reports on DACberry page that one user has it working using "Hifiberry Digi " profile

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#4
Thanks for the response, you're correct I was able to get it running using the "Hifiberry Digi " profile.

Loving everything so far Smile
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#5
DACBerry One works for me using IQaudiO cards - I had TOSLINK working on the IQaudiO Digi+ I think.

3.5mm I'm currently using the IQaudiO PI-DAC PRO for :
INPUT PROCESSING
Source: http://a.files.bbci.co.uk/media/live/man...ourfm.m3u8
Encoded at: VBR compression
Decoded to: 24 bit, 48 kHz, Stereo, 2.304 mbps
DSP OPERATIONS
Resampling: off
Crossfeed: off
Equalizer: Graphic EQ: (BassReduce), Parametric EQ: (off}
Crossfade: 0 seconds
Other: Volume normalize (no}, Replaygain (off)
Chip options: FIR interpolation with de-emphasis, gain=0 dB, boost=.8 dB
Volume ctl: Software (MPD 32-bit float with dither)
OUTPUT STREAM
Format: 32 bit, 48 kHz, Stereo, 3.072 mbps
AUDIO DEVICE
Device: IQaudIO Pi-DAC PRO
Chip: Burr Brown PCM5242
Architecture: Sigma/Delta Advanced Segment 32 bit 384 kHz
Interface: I2S
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