yep that fixed it
before it worked on 0 with no issues same environment, I guess with updates and such it was more and more needed
yep that fixed it
I received this afternoon my new USBridge with (Allo) DietPi 6.1. I have tested it with my current Roon 1.6 and HQPlayer Embedded 4.7.1 and it worked fine. I played a few songs from Qobuz with no problem at all, even I have jumped from song to song.
After that, I have updated HQPlayer Embedded to 4.8 and I have update too DietPi from 6.1 to 6.19, from console, of course. After a long update process, because it patches DietPi from 6.1 to 6.19, everything is still working.
So, no problem with my setup
thanks, it seems it was an old parameter that when I was on a older firmware worked fine but somehow wasn’t working anymore and after changing to the recommended Allo value it is working fine now
Hi @rahulkc_s, how do I make this HQP change on the DigiOne, running DietPi?
It doesn’t work with the same command for USBridge.
My DigiOne is having the same issue with NAA.
and edit the file.
But unlike on USBridge, that file is empty on DigiOne/RPi3 (it just creates a new file). Same the nano command.
Yeah on mine too (I checked but i dont use HQP). Maybe just write the config-line and save?
That’s not the full config line though… there is more than just “aotg.urb_fix=1” when I look at the same file on USBridge.
And I don’t think I can just copy what I see on USBridge over to this.
It’s Sparky vs RPi3.
Hopefully @rahulkc_s can help.
My NAA on DigiOne/RPi3 isn’t working with HQP NAA anymore. Works with RoonBridge though.
I didn’t know there was more to that file. I wouldn’t try it, even if you could.
I could but like mentioned above, I definitely won’t It’s Sparky vs RPi3. Can’t just copy stuff across.
I’ve just updated HQP Embedded (new version released today).
And now everything works again.
No idea how that changed anything (no reboot even needed) but yay! lol
@allo.com Johan, what is the max current output for the 5 volt out on the USBridge host USB port? I want to use a USB powered DAC (Topping D10) and wonder if there will be sufficient power to run it (DC 5.0v @ 500ma).
Thanks in advance.
Glad to hear Sean, let me look at the HQPE changelog I’m curious and will ask Miska if he has time to reply as well
My Allo USBridge dies just before Christmas and allo were out of stock then. I got one from Modmypi Ltd. Good service and quick and the price was a little cheaper than direct from Allo taking postage into account.
Roon can’t find the USbridge @rahulkc_s once MacBook wakes up. I’m a few days into my Roon trial and attempting to integrate my 1 week old USBridge as an endpoint. It takes a reboot from my DAC/DSP and reboot of the Allo each time the MacBook (core) starts up. Here’s my set up- MacBook serving as the core- USBridge attached to MiniDSP 2X4HD. I uninstalled Roon Bridge and reinstalled; updated to v6.19.7- issue persists. Why is Roon losing my USBridge and DAC every time the computer sleeps? Any help is appreciated. I’d like to continue with Roon, but with a streamer that isn’t working properly I’ll need to move on including returning the Allo.
Yesterday, I noticed that with the USBridge, now I can play native DSD through Roon Bridge and NAA as well. Now, I have not to use DoP and can avoid the ugly pop noise when I started and stoped playing due to the change from PCM to DSD and vicecersa.
I upgraded DietPi from 6.1 to 6.19, I don’t know if the upgrade has anything to do with this, but I am happy
I found the special USB port was not able to power the D10 reliably at all. Its not a matter of current capability, the D10 only draws about 150mA once its running, any USB port should be able to deliver 500mA, but maybe there is a peak draw at the moment of powering up that causes the USB port to go over current and shuts off the 5v. The built-in ports worked fine, but somewhat defeat the object. I ended up using an iDefender and iFi PSU, but its an extra $100 I shouldn’t have needed to expend to get a working rig IMO.
Thank you @Jon_Mansey, I’ll skip the D10 and go for the D50 which uses a dedicated 5V power source.
500ma will be provided, I think the max is about 600ma