Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #20 on: 24 Jan 2016, 11:38 pm »
Hi Jesus,

I got the Sonicorbiter on Fri and really like it.  Glad I tried it out, will probably get one more for my office. 

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #21 on: 28 Jan 2016, 12:14 am »
Some updates:

We have been working on adding native DSD support to new devices. When testing is complete we will update the unit's firmware so you can enable support for these devices.

1. W4S - code added and pending tests. This may require a firmware update to the W4S DAC and it may not work on all DACs. More information to follow when testing is concluded.
2. Auralic Vega - code added and pending tests this week.
3. Oppo HA-1 - tested and confirmed to work.
4. Oppo HA-2 - code needs to be added.
5. PS Audio NuWave DAC DSD - tested and confirmed to work.

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #22 on: 9 Feb 2016, 01:50 am »
Update:

We have been qualifying the unit for native DSD support on the DLNA/MPD output mode. The DLNA/MPD output mode will now support PCM, DSD/DoP, and native DSD. The update will be available shortly.

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #23 on: 16 Feb 2016, 07:30 pm »
Update:

The Sonicorbiter's operating system has been updated to support native DSD on three additional DACs. The unit now supports the Mytek Brooklyn DAC, NuPrime DAC-10H, and the Oppo HA-2.
« Last Edit: 6 Jun 2016, 11:12 pm by vortecjr »

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #24 on: 4 Jun 2016, 01:13 am »
Update:

The Sonicorbiter SE now has the option to install MinimServer via the Software Manager.
« Last Edit: 6 Jun 2016, 11:12 pm by vortecjr »

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #25 on: 6 Jun 2016, 11:12 pm »
Update:

The Sonicorbiter SE has an updated available to play native DSD with new devices. Refer here for the list of supported devices.
The Sonicorbiter SE now has the option to install MinimServer via the Software Manager.

http://www.computeraudiophile.com/f26-sonore-sponsored/sonicorbiter-native-direct-stream-digital-support-27418/

Please follow this upgrade procedure:
1. Go to Apps and select Software Manager
2. Now select Update
3. Wait for "Back to main menu" to appear at the bottom of the screen and ignore any Complete notices
« Last Edit: 11 Jun 2016, 02:27 pm by vortecjr »

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #26 on: 29 Sep 2016, 08:01 pm »
Makes a great companion for KEF X300's ... they're now roonified :)

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #27 on: 4 Oct 2016, 11:30 pm »
Sorry if this has been answered already - I've looked at many posts but not all - can I use JRiver remote on my iPad to control thru the Sonicorbiter?  I assume 'yes' because JR works with the microRendu, but just wanted to verify before buying.

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Re: Sonore Sonicorbiter SE - Ethernet to USB and Optical output
« Reply #28 on: 8 Oct 2016, 06:52 pm »
Sorry if this has been answered already - I've looked at many posts but not all - can I use JRiver remote on my iPad to control thru the Sonicorbiter?  I assume 'yes' because JR works with the microRendu, but just wanted to verify before buying.

You can use the Sonicorbiter SE in DLNA output mode and stream from JRiver to it and use JRemote as the controller.