DIY-DAC: Display Audio-params->already there->HiFiDuino-TFT../too complicated at present..
after listening for days through this super phenomenal Skysong-XMOS-USB-ES9018K2M-Combo (a really hifi-upgrade by 10-15%) i came back to my STM32F103-„Bluepill“/Arduino project to build your own DAC/display audio-parameter (Input,sample-frequency and so on)..
and i knew there was already such a project and it was !!!!
its the HiFi-Duino-TFT-Project on http://www.dimdim.gr/arduino/tft-hifiduino-code/ !!! (based on the famous/original HiFi-Duino-project/code; is well known)
and here->Universal USB to I2S Interface Indicator->http://www.dimdim.gr/arduino/universal-usb-to-i2s-interface-indicator/
after reading the documentation about it, our „F0,F1,F2,F3,DSD-on etc“-schematics became a really new sense->they were already used by this above mentioned code for example and also in conjunction with the Anamero-Combo-boards..look here->
the code looks like this->
// —————————- Amanero ——————————————————————————
* I1 = F0
* I2 = F1
* I3 = F2
* I4 = F3
* I5 = DSD_ON
* I6 = DSD 64 or 128
// Check for PCM or DSD
if (digitalRead(I5) == false) // PCM detected
type = 0;
if (digitalRead(I1) == false && digitalRead(I2) == false && digitalRead(I3) == false && digitalRead(I4) == false)
SR = 32;
else if (digitalRead(I1) == true && digitalRead(I2) == false && digitalRead(I3) == true && digitalRead(I4) == false)
SR = 176.4;
else if (digitalRead(I1) == true && digitalRead(I2) == true && digitalRead(I3) == true && digitalRead(I4) == false)
SR = 352.8;
else if (digitalRead(I1) == false && digitalRead(I2) == false && digitalRead(I3) == false && digitalRead(I4) == true)
SR = 384;
and so on !! burner 😉 ..
you can get the sketch here->Link or via the forum (http://essabre-90xx-rpi.sfb2.com/forum/); i will upload it there later too..
so to see, the absolute breakthrough i would say 😉
but this are only „teaser“; for me its absolute to complicated right now/at present and i don´t know if i continue to „walk on this way“/have the time for it in the near future but for introduction..
greets for now 😉