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Settings –> Bottom left “Nederlands”.
You’re quite right.
Optical out is limited to 96 khz/24-bit.
At first I thought the DAC in my amplifier was the bottleneck, but it seems to be the Discovery.
The Discovery’s tech sheet mentions different specs however:
Analog outputs (independent zones): 2
Coaxial output (independent zone): 1 (192 khz 24-bit max)
Optical output: 1 (192 khz 24-bit max)
USB port (mass storage class): 1 USB 2.0
Ethernet port: 1 gigabit ethernet
- This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by radekker.
In order to go to “settings” the software should connect to the Discovery first, but that is not happening as it asks to be updated.
The Discovery has already been updated to Roon 1.3 by the android app on my tablet.
My Android app and Discovery have been updated to Roon 1.3.
The Roon Essentials software in Windows 10 fails to update however.
A few weeks ago Elac promised us a firmware update in order to dim/switch off the power led.
Nothing happened until now however.
So, once more, please find a way to switch off the over-bright power led, whch is hurting my eyes.
As the Discovery is nothing more than a mini computer, a simple script or config change can do the trick.
“We are testing a solution to turn off the LED via the Discovery built-in web server this week and expect to release firmware update next week.”
Any news about the release date of the firmware to turn off (or dim) the led of the Discovery?
Please tell us more about this new Q Music Server.
Thanks Elac, that will be a fine solution.
January 6, 2017 at 2:55 pm in reply to: Issue with Discovery Series DS-S101-G Music Server SPDIF digital output #7468
Mike W, I totally agree with you.
This is what you see when you click “Help Adding Paths”: 404 – Not Found.
“smb:\\192.168.1.121\My Music” should look like “smb://192.168.1.121/My Music” by the way.
The IP address may also be replaced by the name of your PC (better when the IP is not static).
The music folder should also be shared, otherwise you will have no permission to add the folder.
I formatted a Samsung T3 USB 3.1 SSD as NTSF and connected it to the Discovery server.
After rebooting the Discovery the drive showed up under Settings –> Storage.
December 29, 2016 at 12:45 pm in reply to: Issue with Discovery Series DS-S101-G Music Server SPDIF digital output #7353
This is clearly a hardware issue.
In my case one of the analogue outputs gave a very crackling sound.
I would advise you to return the unit to the shop where you bought it and ask for a replacement.
My dealer in Holland treated the issue as a DOA and will send me a new Discovery.
It looks like the units are not properly tested before they leave the factory.
Shame on Elac!