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noise on miniDIGI & miniDSP2x4 output 4 years 5 months ago #35960

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DevTeam, you're very active here which is great to see.

So I post a question which is hopefully a quick fix.

I'm using miniDIGI ontop of miniDSP2x4. I chose the miniDIGI for Toslink input and also Toslink thru/output.
I set the jumper on miniDIGI for Toslink1 input and finally heard sound but alot of noise. According to the small troubleshooting guide the boards may not be in sync. Can you provide more insight?

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The noise is the same whether USB powered or external power (19VDC).
Using the 4WAY crossover ADV plugin.

BTW, sorry to see miniDIGI is EOL. Seems like a nice companion to the miniDSP board.

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noise on miniDIGI & miniDSP2x4 output 4 years 5 months ago #35969

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Ah, got it! Woohoo! Sounds great!! I set the MCLK to slave on the miniDSP board.

I need 5 more miniDIGI's, what am I going to do now?
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noise on miniDIGI & miniDSP2x4 output 4 years 5 months ago #35992

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Great to hear that you figured it out.. :-)
Jumper is indeed the typical cause..

As for the miniDIGI, I'm afraid that it's indeed EOL since 2017.. we ran out of stock already and don't plan to build a new batch as it wasn't selling much.. Some of our dealers still might have some of stock though. Worth hunting?

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