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New Tab: Sabre32

The Buffalo III DAC has been shipped and some diyers have already received it. Because of its flexibility, it almost begs for being controlled by something like HIFIDUINO🙂. For the benefit of those users (and all Buffalo DAC users), I am summarizing details on the chip in the Sabre32 tab.

  1. Anonymous
    August 31, 2011 at 18:56

    I’m waiting for mine too….
    I hope to be able to modify your code and have individual attenuation for each channel (I’ll be using it as an 8ch dac) and possibly, eventually have another Buffallo III to make 16 channels. (I’d love to find a way to wirelessly control the other dac)

    Also, I’m controlling my pc player through foobar remote on an android tablet. It would be great to integrate this to the Arduino controller via wifi or bluetooth (possibly using data from the Foobar volume slider?). We shall see!

    My Arduino has arrived and I’m starting to play with it.

    thanks for a great blog!

    • BlogGeanDo
      August 31, 2011 at 20:08

      Yes, a lot more info is in the code. It should be simple to control all 8-channels individually. The problem is using multiple rotary encoders. Right now I use one interrupt for the rotary encoder and the small Arduinos only have two interrupts. If you use 8 rotary encoders you will probably have to use polling and use another way to debounce the rotary encoders. Read the section on debouncing to give you an idea.
      It would also be cool to integrate wifi. Share your progress…

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