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@The Computer Audiophile In the MoOde for another method?

 

This one does not yet meet all of the requirements but will soon.  (It does not yet work on the Pi5). 

 

https://moodeaudio.org

 

  • Use Rasbperry Pi Imager to flash MoOde to a card
  • Insert card into Pi
  • Connect ethernet and USB DAC  And power.
  • Boot pi and open a web browser to http://moode.local on a computer connected to the same network

 

  • Set your DAC. (Can be a HAT or USB)
  • Turn on UPnP

 

 

Enable Camilla DSP. (2.x version)

Install your filters.  (There are some test ones included)

 

In JPLAY setup your library source, tidal, etc.  

In the audio output select the MoOde audio device for output, hit the gear on that output and add http://moode.local/index.php  As the URL for the configuration page of the output device.

 

PLAY Music!!

 

Next setup the DSP in MoOde

 

  • Enable Camilla DSP. (2.x version)
  • Install your filters.  (There are some test ones included)

 

We are expecting Pi 5 support soon on MoOde 9.x. There is a way to start testing on Bookworm.  I will pick up a Pi5 shortly and start testing it, bleeding edge?  YEP!  I wonder if we can have it ready for a bleeding edge demo at AXPONA?  

 

https://moodeaudio.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=6296&highlight=Moode+9

 

 

As the song says “Only the Beginning”

 

@bobfa

 

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32 minutes ago, bobfa said:

@The Computer Audiophile In the MoOde for another method?

 

This one does not yet meet all of the requirements but will soon.  (It does not yet work on the Pi5). 

 

https://moodeaudio.org

 

  • Use Rasbperry Pi Imager to flash MoOde to a card
  • Insert card into Pi
  • Connect ethernet and USB DAC  And power.
  • Boot pi and open a web browser to http://moode.local on a computer connected to the same network

 

  • Set your DAC. (Can be a HAT or USB)
  • Turn on UPnP

 

 

Enable Camilla DSP. (2.x version)

Install your filters.  (There are some test ones included)

 

In JPLAY setup your library source, tidal, etc.  

In the audio output select the MoOde audio device for output, hit the gear on that output and add http://moode.local/index.php  As the URL for the configuration page of the output device.

 

PLAY Music!!

 

Next setup the DSP in MoOde

 

  • Enable Camilla DSP. (2.x version)
  • Install your filters.  (There are some test ones included)

 

We are expecting Pi 5 support soon on MoOde 9.x. There is a way to start testing on Bookworm.  I will pick up a Pi5 shortly and start testing it, bleeding edge?  YEP!  I wonder if we can have it ready for a bleeding edge demo at AXPONA?  

 

https://moodeaudio.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=6296&highlight=Moode+9

 

 

As the song says “Only the Beginning”

 

@bobfa

 

Nice!

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On 4/13/2024 at 1:40 PM, PML said:

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A beautifull RPI5 streamer on GentooPlayer (Mpd/Upmpdcli) as Diretta Host, which stream on DSD 512 (to Holo Spring via Holo Red as Diretta Target) so nice box !

And now using it with Audirvana Linux (beta) on Ubuntu Server 23 streaming to Gentooplayer Mpd/UPmpdcli on Holo Red : it sound really nice !

Qobuz Studio -> Audirvana Studio Linux on RPI5 Gentoo Player v8.60 (kernel 6.8.1-GentooPlayer-ULTRA-CLTO-TEST+ , Shanti Alim, tweak kernel) -> Holo Red GP Mpd/Upmpdcli (same kernel) -Silver I2S> Holo Spring 2 kte -Silver XLR> BC Accoustique 362 D -> Quellis 1 Optima.

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And now RPI5 with Gentooplayer 8.60 kernel 6.8.1 CTLO with Audirvana Linux, Far better ! Thanks to @antonellocaroli

And it's without Diretta ! (If they was be compatible, it would be terrific)

Qobuz Studio -> Audirvana Studio Linux on RPI5 Gentoo Player v8.60 (kernel 6.8.1-GentooPlayer-ULTRA-CLTO-TEST+ , Shanti Alim, tweak kernel) -> Holo Red GP Mpd/Upmpdcli (same kernel) -Silver I2S> Holo Spring 2 kte -Silver XLR> BC Accoustique 362 D -> Quellis 1 Optima.

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  • 3 weeks later...

 I am following my article from a couple of years ago:  

 

 

(I will update the article with the newer software settings shortly)

 

 

The software is LMS and Squeezelite using PiCorePlayer OS. I have assembled a test system with  Sonner Audio Legato Unum speakers driven by a Rogue Audio Sphinx amplifier.   I am waiting for a new DAC, the Holo Cyan 2, so for now, I am using iFi xDSD Gryphon along with the Pi.    

 

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Sorry for the ugly stands!  I have to adjust the height to get the placement right!

 

The Legato Unum speakers tell me so much about the system's performance.  I will have a lot more to say about them soon!

 

The little Pi5 streamer stands up very nicely on its own.  Thanks @The Computer Audiophile for starting this thread!

 

 

 

 

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Sphynx v2

 

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The Pi5 is in a GeekPi case!

 

 

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