I can confirm that the SD-9 I2S pinout matches my Gustard X-16 I2S pin in well enough to sound great. At some point, I will compare the Gustard X-16 diagram with the SMSL SD-9 diagram to see if it is total congruence. Both boxes do offer invert or normal.Page 37 of the user manual shows an I2S pin function diagram (Normal/Inverted).
Never tried it or heard of it although it sure has beautiful display programming.Has anyone used this unit, https://destiny-audio.com/products/jing-feng-destiny-mx-3-music-player-and-streamer-new
All product images show model number MX-1 but the listing is for MX-3. Don't know if I would trust them.Has anyone used this unit, https://destiny-audio.com/products/jing-feng-destiny-mx-3-music-player-and-streamer-new
I'm in talks now with a view to buying the MX 3a pro, ticks all the boxes for me but going back to the dp5, I bought it specifically because I have a big library of music and it is advertised as being compatible with 4tb hard drives but unfortunately what it doesn't tell you is that it can only import 30,000 tracks, so what's the point of it being compatible with larger hdd, also smsl has said that this is a memory issue and cannot be rectified with a firmware update, just another nail in the coffin for smsl and I'm out of pocket by £500.All product images show model number MX-1 but the listing is for MX-3. Don't know if I would trust them.
Whilst I agree that the SMSL DP5 should be better, an RPi4 provides a cheap and easy solution. It's pretty easy to set up and you can stick a DAC hat on it to provide a single box solution.
On above mentioned forum indexed file number limitation is discovered to be set to 3075 in hex or 12405 in decimal. Here is solution how to sset it to 65535 link https://forum.ixbt.com/topic.cgi?id=95:609:25#25Music files in FLAC were stored in a 2 TB USB HDD connected to one of the two USB ports of the router. DLNA is the server, used from a laptop via WI-FI.
I wanted to play Vangelis when I discovered the list halted at M....
Then I found the 10000 limit in the operating manual...that had been updated from 1000; but still wondering if it is Sitecom or DLNA related...
When I explore the files from Windows 10 via the file explorer, only the folders from A to M are listed. If I remove songs from folder C or K or G, then the listing continues till P...where the 10000 limit is reached again.
If I copy folder E, F, G, into C then the listing stops at K, since the 10000 limit is reached there....
Thank you very much. Very nice of you, twiningstea.