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post #361 of 365 Old 04-14-2015, 01:01 PM
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Hello Patrick!
To my understanding the USB on the amp is for setup only. I don't think it accepts music, but I'll take a closer look. I haven't tested Tidal yet.
UAPP works fine, as long as I use the "force 44100Hz" feature. The IFI is not a DAC, it only converts the signal from the phone to Fibre (light). DSP and DAC is in the MOSCONI.

A little more information about my setup. The car is a Tesla, so one reason for wanting the STD media player apps (Spotify & Walkman) is that when phone is connected by BT and USB, Teslas own UI works at the same time (through BT) as sound signal is going through the OTG. This feature unfortunately doesn't work with the UAPP, which is kind of crappy in a car like this.....

We have tested it with an Iphone and it works perfect, but I'm not an Iphone fan and it breaks my heart that it doesnt work with Z3.

Thank you for good feedback! I'll spend teh evening on Head-Fi reading up on the link from Rodrigues.
WOW, a Tesla. I'm a car guy and I rate it at the top of my list. In fact I used to work a mile away in Silicon Valley. One of my vendors was across the street. Because I was already in industrial motor controls and an ex car racer I thought I would be a good fit and applied for a job through an ex-coworker friend over there. Well he got laid off first. Then before a second interview something bizarre happened and just as well. I got a retirement package and retired to Florida. But I've followed Tesla since day one.

Back on topic, you're correct about the USB connection. I've emailed UAPP in the past and got a good response. They might have some insight.

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Me too have applied for a job at Tesla, but I'm halfway around the globe and I sent a sort of General Application saying I'm willing to bring my family to California for a few years and work for Tesla... No answer yet though...

Yes it's an awesome ride, although the factory sound wasn't really what I expected. Now I'm pretty much done with the HW setup, but the source issue remains.....

The more I think about it I start to quesstion why Mosconi limit themselves to 44.1kHz input? Seems strange these days, and the amp is brand new. It was just released about a month ago.....
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Samsung Galaxy S5 & iBasso D-Zero MK2 USB DAC/amp:
http://www.head-fi.org/t/741541/new-ibasso-d-zero-mk2
http://www.head-fi.org/t/633511/pict...#post_11179402

Galaxy S5 >> USB OTG cable >> D-Zero MK2 >> Sennheiser IE800 In Ears Monitors




192kHz music file > USB Audio Player PRO running on Galaxy S5 > 192kHz PCM stream >> USB OTG cable >> D-Zero MK2 >> headphones

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VentureCraft Vantam USB DAC/amp compatible DSD:
http://www.salehifi.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=65
http://www.newmobilelife.com/2015/01...tam-press-con/

Galaxy S5 >> USB OTG cable >> VentureCraft Vantam >> headphones














I'm seeing some Galaxy S5's in here with successful audio-through-usb setups. How do I get this to work on my S5? I purchased USB Audio Player PRO and I have a OTG cable however when I start the app I get the error message that says "Android did not find any devices". If I hit PLAY on the app it says "NO USB Audio Device found". My question is does this have to have a USB DAC connected as well? What I have is this, this piece is a Sony aux input device which connects to their car stereo head units, it has 2 audio inputs and one USB. My thoughts was to get the audio from my S5 to run via usb then I can just cable into the port on this device.

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Hello All!
Great thread! A lot of good information, but I have an issue that I haven't been able to track.
I recently purchased a Xperia Z3. OTG was one of the features that I requested, but since then I have had issues with this.
I use the OTG in my car, connecting through an IFI micro ILink -> Car amplifier (Mosconi D2 80.6 DSP). It seems that Car amplifier only accepts 16Bit/44100Hz, and the Z3 upsamples all tracks from Spotify or internal Walkman app to 192kHZ? I have asked Sony for the ability to remove this upsampling, but I do not expect any change...
This upsampling is weird.
Usually the current Android media player framework does a 44.1kHz to 48kHz resampling.

Could you test your setup with some free music player like BubbleUPnP?


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I'm seeing some Galaxy S5's in here with successful audio-through-usb setups. How do I get this to work on my S5? I purchased USB Audio Player PRO and I have a OTG cable however when I start the app I get the error message that says "Android did not find any devices". If I hit PLAY on the app it says "NO USB Audio Device found". My question is does this have to have a USB DAC connected as well? What I have is this, this piece is a Sony aux input device which connects to their car stereo head units, it has 2 audio inputs and one USB. My thoughts was to get the audio from my S5 to run via usb then I can just cable into the port on this device.
1. Test the Galaxy S5 with a USB OTG cable and a simpler USB peripheral like a USB mouse or a USB keyboard:
Galaxy S5 >> USB OTG cable >> USB mouse

2. Test the complete setup:
music file >> UAPP running on Galaxy S5 >> USB OTG cable >> Sony XA-300 USB DAC >> car stereo amp >> car speakers

"Important: connect your device [XA-300 to S5] BEFORE starting the [UAPP] app, otherwise it will not get detected!"
http://www.extreamsd.com/USBAudioRecorderPRO/
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1. Test the Galaxy S5 with a USB OTG cable and a simpler USB peripheral like a USB mouse or a USB keyboard:
Galaxy S5 >> USB OTG cable >> USB mouse

2. Test the complete setup:
music file >> UAPP running on Galaxy S5 >> USB OTG cable >> Sony XA-300 USB DAC >> car stereo amp >> car speakers

"Important: connect your device [XA-300 to S5] BEFORE starting the [UAPP] app, otherwise it will not get detected!"
http://www.extreamsd.com/USBAudioRecorderPRO/
Thank you! Got it working, connected S5 >OTG Cable>USB Cable>XA-300 then powered up car stereo then started app.

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