X950 software

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Please refer to here: File:DAC-setting-raspbian.pdf


  • Write SD card image and boot Pi.
  • connect from web browser to volumio.local
  • Select the top right hand side (burger) menu and select PLAYBACK OPTIONS.
  • Turn on "I2S DAC" and select "ST400" under“DAC Model.” Then reboot and you are done.



Moode Audio Player

  • Connect from web browser to moode.local
  • Select configure from the pull down menu, then system.
  • Within the Audio section select the device you have (such as 'SupTrnonics x400') and press SET
  • Within the same selection make sure you set the volume to around 20% (not 100%) and press SET
  • Select reboot

Once reconnected….

  • Select configure from the pull down menu and then MPD
  • Within Setting, select volume control - hardware and then APPLY
  • Select reboot




  • Write SD card image, boot Pi.
  • login into the Pi via ssh as root (password rune) and edit /boot/config.txt to select the IQaudio Pi-DAC+ devicetree overlay. Save and reboot
  • Connect from web browser to runeaudio.local
  • Select the pull down settings menu and select MPD, here change audio interface to IQaudIO DAC, beneath this select Volume control: enabled-hardware


  # audio interfaces
  # optional hardware interfaces
  • Once above changes have been made, then ctrl+x to save.
  • mount -o remount,ro /flash
  • reboot

NOTE (Feedback from one of our customer): using the latest version of Raspbian Pi OS, 'dtoverlay=iqaudio-dacplus' does not work, but choose 'dtoverlay=rpi-dac' it works fine




Please refer to: https://www.max2play.com/en/forums/topic/there-is-a-new-audio-case-geekworm-dacpi-works-with-max2play/


It works with RoPieee just pick "Audio HAT: IQandIO Pi-DAC(+/PRO/Zero)" and I using Spotify and it playing real good sounds very good.


Selecting "IQDac" on LibreElec to make it work


for the picoreplayer the correct hardware is the Audiophonics ISabre Q2M

hw:CARD=DAC,DEV=0 - I-Sabre Q2M DAC, I-Sabre Q2M DAC i-sabre-codec-i2c.1-0048-0

Thanks to Ignace Sannen

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Anonymous user #4

4 months ago
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Would it have been useful to include a link to this webpage on the included paperwork? Even the video on the website - the info doesnt work.


4 months ago
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Hello, may I ask what problem you encountered? Can you provide your order number? The information on the webpage is of course useful. If you encounter a problem that cannot be solved, you can send an email to us (support@geekworm.com), and you can describe your problem in detail. It is of course best if you can provide a video. We will also try our best to solve the problem for you

Anonymous user #3

23 months ago
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Hi, for me it works only with dtoverlay=hifiberry-dac on the config.txt file.

aplay -l comand gave me that it is a PCM5102a and not a PCM5122

pi@moode:~ $ aplay -l

        • List of PLAYBACK Hardware Devices ****

card 0: sndrpihifiberry [snd_rpi_hifiberry_dac], device 0: HifiBerry DAC HiFi pcm5102a-hifi-0 [HifiBerry DAC HiFi pcm5102a-hifi-0]

The same with RaspianOS, Volumio3, and rAudio1.


23 months ago
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We saw that you also left a message hereDACPi, and replied to you.

Anonymous user #2

23 months ago
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piCorePlayer: use RPi DAC (last choice) to select the audio card. Test w/o problem with picoreplayer 7.0 and 8.1.0


Anonymous user #5

4 months ago
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Using piCorePlayer 8.2.0 64-bit, and don't get any sound.

I tried "RPi DAC (last choice)" as "Anonymous 2" suggested, but still no sound. My old HiFiBerry DAC+ works fine with the same installation.

The hardware seems nice though.


24 months ago
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Hi,You can refer to whether the official DAC supports ARCH LINUX.But we do not recommend installing ARCH LINUX.

Anonymous user #1

24 months ago
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Hi, can we install it in a ARCH LINUX?