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  1. Hi Dynobot,

    Can you please bring up https://github.com/dynobot/Arch-Linux-Audio-RPi again?

    It's offline now (or you're using another url??)

    Thanks in advance,


  2. Now Ropieee sound tweaks + Spotify client install GitHub
  3. Coming soon.... An Arch Linux tuning edition made specifically for Ropieee which installs Spotify client. After install just modify one file with your card and credentials and done....
  4. Ropieee is a great piece of OS/Software for Roon. Like everything in audio, a little tweaking here and there can help to dial things in, open up the soundstage, clear up vocals and make things overall a bit better. I have put together some sound tweaks for Ropieee which installs and removes via a simple script....ie copy/paste and done. The script is available on GitHub, give it a try, take a listen and post your thoughts. Ropieee Sound Tweaks Enjoy!
  5. https://github.com/dynobot/Arch-Linux-Audio-RPi
  6. Now audio script for Arch Linux - Ropieee https://github.com/dynobot/Arch-Linux-Audio-RPi
  7. Added USB tuning variables and options for CPU affinity for MPD. These need to be uncommented to be active. Currently working on an interactive GUI for the install and removal process.
  8. Hi chauphuong I've updated my site, please look under the **New** Setting up Linux and Fine Tuning section....see the link at the bottom. I've consolidated my tweaks into one script. Its now a simple one or two step process which automatically applies the settings and reboots the system
  9. Thanks for the info....I'll follow it there...?
  10. Any buyers here?? Revamp of the old DigiOne
  11. The case for a "RT Kernel" as diminished over the years, so even those who used to use it in their personal rigs are happily living without it. The thread prioritization and process affinity etc can still be done and the modern kernels handle processes and threads just fine.
  12. Hi Fred The Dutch DAC manufacturer should have taken your advise about the ASUS, for a few reasons....Ethernet and USB don't share the same chip, the newer model ASUS can use a emmc vs only a SD card [long term stability and speed increase], more RAM and CPU speeds = more responsive, better Ethernet speeds and the wifi card can be fitted with an external antenna. I imagine they wanted to play it safe and go with the board with the most support and wider user base.
  13. Hi SYM I certainly like my Tinkerboard, it won a spot in my main system. I too have throttled the CPU down a bit, but its still very responsive. Next up, I want to connect the SPDIF from the board and use it instead of the USB output. I've read some Japanese sites that the sound is very good via SPDIF. BTW, I use Dietpi with LMS and Squeezelite.
  14. So I've been AB'ing the RaspberryPi B+ and the ASUS Tinkerboard. Not really expecting to hear a difference, but more only a difference in speed....however there is an audible difference between the two. Specs wise they are close but the Tinkerboard has an obvious edge in terms of CPU and RAM. Could this small edge alone be the cause? After a week of going back and forth, even getting my wife involved to try a little 'blind testing' I could clearly hear more high frequency detail which seemed to contribute to a sound stage that put it on a different level all together. Other than the boards they both used the exact same SSD card, Software, power etc. etc. Anyone else have a Tinkerboard?
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