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  1. It's called progress, Mark.........er, I think 😁 Agree with 6.7.1. OTOH, I don't have any problems with 7.1, but then again I simply stream over Cat5e from a Synology NAS, and don't use any of the "fancy bits". Apparently, there is another bug-fix release, 7.2, in the works.
  2. My understanding is that this is no longer an issue. Especially if you get a USBridge SIgnature at the same time 😀
  3. Moode 7.1.0 runs just fine on the USBridgeSig/DigiOneSig. Download the image from the Moode website. I can recommend the Shanti as your power supply. Make sure you select the correct case from the drop down menu when ordering 😁
  4. MoOde is the same., USB or SP/DIF but not both at the same time.
  5. You should re-read your previous thread on this topic, especially the posts from @One and a half who gives an excellent and comprehensive discussion of LPS vs SMPS. SMPSs have undoubtably got much, much quieter over the last few years, through better design and more attention paid to reducing EMI (conducted/radiated emissions). Supercapacitor PSUs are interesting. I confess that these devices were not on my horizon until recently. However one of the most significant impacts on my streaming setup (RPi3+DigiOneSig -> Naim DAC) was when I replaced the "RPi wall-wart +
  6. 1. Regarding power up sequence, IIRC Allo commented that the only necessity was that the clean side was powered up before the RPi had finished boot up. Don't think it was on this "official" forum, and more of a throw-away comment from one of the design engineers. Bus based that comment, I power up both sides together using my Shanti. Same thing as when I was using a Cuinas Audio Supercapacitor PSU, single output driving both clean and dirty sides. Never had a issue with those two PSUs, nor whether the DigiOneSig was mounted on a RPi3B or, as now, USBridgeSig. 2. Can't c
  7. Is this not a question for Tim Curtis of Moode?
  8. I use a micro SD card with MoOde. Works for me. <shrugs>
  9. Looks to be just what I need for Shanti case to USBridge Signature case. And for two and a half quid, it's worth a punt. I've just ordered one. I'll report back when it arrives.
  10. I posted pictures of both boards up this thread....... your top board diode looks like it may already be shorted out, but the picture is not overly clear. on the middle board, i left the diode in place and simply looped a bit of TCW across the terminals.
  11. Play around with your power supplies, but use two , one for dirty, one for clean. and use the "better" on the clean side....if you don't know with is better, try them all - and have yourself an amusing afternoons playtime
  12. certainly, I found that changing the power supply to the DigiOneSig made a significant difference, as did Heckyman; indeed our trials with the Cuinas Audio Supercapacitor PS on a RPi3+DigiOneSig are well documented in a thread on Pink Fish Media. In my case including two barrel to USB-C adaptor cables from Cuinas to the DigiOneSig. Even more interesting was at that time, the two secondary supply outputs on the Cuinas were connected together, which was supposed to detrimental to the DigiOneSig. Nevertheless, the improvement of the Cuinas over "RPi PSU on the dirty side and battery pack on the
  13. technically, the USBridgeSig, is claimed to have better supply regulation, and more of it - IIRC, 30 low noise regs, each powering a specific part of the board. Also AIUI, the USB out is decoupled from the Ethernet input, which should help the output waveform timing. I believe this is now done in the RPi4 in the analogue audio domain, more and better regulation can improve the SQ - you only have to spend an afternoon playing around with Naim amps/CDPs/streamers/Crossovers in their various supply configurations to hear clearly the audible effects as you go "up" the PSU hierarchy*
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