by dunghnguyen » 25 Mar 2016, 14:55
by osanto » 25 Mar 2016, 16:24
dunghnguyen wrote:@osanto: if you use DAC+ to transfer stereo signal to receiver I am not sure audio quality in this case that you should check the DAC spec of your Anthem 510 with DAC+. Last but not least, the signal then is gone thru amp of receiver as above concern is out of speakers to be a bit different from the case of stereo amp or you should select the stereo mode on the receiver. I tried that why I went with 2nd amp of stereo one after a while
by PeteB » 25 Mar 2016, 18:43
dunghnguyen wrote:@PeteB: your advice is really comprehensive. But as what I know 2 channels amp always has better sound in term of music...
by dunghnguyen » 26 Mar 2016, 03:58
by dunghnguyen » 26 Mar 2016, 04:27
by dunghnguyen » 26 Mar 2016, 05:09
by osanto » 26 Mar 2016, 10:58
1)when you use hdmi connecting to your Anthem that it means you are using your Anthem's DAC. One thing in this case you should clarify with Rune team if Rune passthrough digital or pcm out from Pi's hdmi? For the Anthem's DAC, I have no experience about this CS.
2) You don't need to turn TV on in any case of connection, why do you need this? I say this bcos Rune UI helps us to indicate all info we need.
3) I am using receiver Yamaha RX-V675 that it can decoded up to 24/192. By HDMI connection, the audio output is nice so I prefer to know how the DAC+ is working so I placed order 1 that it is on the way to be delivered. I will connect it to another stereo amp Denon 720AE to compare how? Or even connecting to my receiver to find another feelings
4) For audio, no issue is right / wrong. it is the experience and that is yours. Like foods culture, your taste is sweet but some others like salty that I saw from some countries / cultures. Finally, it is as long as or how much you like it
by dunghnguyen » 26 Mar 2016, 13:01
osanto wrote:Thanks for your advice.
About the model, today which model should i choose? Pi 2 or 3?
About the power supply, which one ?
by osanto » 29 Mar 2016, 23:48
PeteB wrote:osanto wrote:Get the transformer version of the DIGI+ (it is only about $10 more), or use an optical cable. This should be all you need.
by PeteB » 30 Mar 2016, 00:59
No, I do not. Mine was only about $10~11 extra (and I do not have a spare optical input on the older receiver I will be using).osanto wrote:Do you think it is worth it the difference of 25€ (30$) from the transformer version to the normal version?