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[DIR] Parent Directory - [   ] 0_quicktest.zip 21-Feb-2016 17:19 740M [   ] 1_2015-09-24-jessie_..> 14-Nov-2015 19:12 1.2G [   ] 2_2014-12-24-wheezy-..> 27-Jul-2015 09:55 1.6G [   ] 3_RuneAudio_rpi_0.3-..> 27-Jul-2015 09:58 1.0G [   ] 4_Volumio1.55PI2_IQa..> 27-Jul-2015 09:58 846M [   ] 5_OpenELEC-RPi2.arm-..> 27-Jul-2015 09:57 1.1G [   ] 6_moode-sdimg-r18_IQ..> 27-Jul-2015 09:59 517M [   ] IQRoon_RC2.zip 08-Feb-2016 18:49 525M [   ] IQRoon_RC3.zip 12-Mar-2016 00:16 718M [   ] IQ_DETECT_2016-02-25..> 10-Mar-2016 22:24 718M [   ] IQaudIO.pdf 04-Jan-2016 20:51 1.5M [DIR] adverts/ 11-Jan-2016 19:32 - [   ] m2p_iqaudio_2.24c.im..> 15-Feb-2016 23:44 1.3G [DIR] old/ 04-Jan-2016 20:52 - [DIR] transfer/ 13-Mar-2016 19:11 -
Welcome to the pre-configured SD card images / tools for IQaudIO products.

The following files exist:
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0_quicktest.zip
	This is a basic quick test SD card image.(Jessie-lite based)
	On startup the amp is unmuted
	On startup volume is set to 30%
	Plays a set mp3 file at startup (see /etc/rc.local) 
	Useful to check that you have installed the IQaudio hardware correctly.
	Works with Pi2
	
1_2015-09-24-jessie_iqaudio2.zip
	This is basic 2015-09-24 release of Raspbian for the Pi2 with IQaudIO Pi-DAC+/Pi-DigiAMP/Pi-AMP+ configured. 
	Included too is the mplayer application
	On startup the amp is unmuted
	On startup volume is set to 40%
	edit /etc/rc.local to have AbsoluteRadio play on boot
	INCLUDES ROTARY ENCODER UTILITY LOADED AT STARTUP

2_2014-12-24-wheezy-raspbian_iqaudio_shairport_sync.zip
	This is basic 2014-12-24 release of Raspbian for the Pi with IQaudIO Pi-DAC configured. 
	Included too is Mike Brady's Shairport-sync application configured for IQaudIO pi-DAC support  with hardware volume control
	The distribution is also configured to auto mute the Pi-AMP+ and run the IQaudIO Rotary Encoder support at startup
	Gordon Henderson's WiringPi (http://wiringpi.com/) is also installed in this distribution.

3_RuneAudio_rpi_0.3-beta_Pi2_20150525_iqaudio.zip
	This is 0.3 beta release of RuneAudio for the Pi2 with IQaudIO Pi-DAC configured, AMP unmute BUT with software volume control.

4_Volumio1.55PI2_IQaudio.zip
 	This is Volumio v1.55 release for the Pi2 with IQaudIO Pi-DAC configured with hardware volume control
	The distribution is also configured to auto mute the Pi-AMP+
	The IQaudIO Rotary Encoder support is installed AND loaded by default at startup (edit /etc/rc.local to disable this if needed)
	Gordon Henderson's WiringPi (http://wiringpi.com/) is also installed in this distribution.
	GCC / Make is also included in this build.
	NOTE:This will not install on some "smaller than average" 8GB SD cards.

5_OpenELEC-RPi2.arm-5.0.3_IQaudio.zip
	Basic OpenELEC with KODI 5.0.0 for the Pi+ / RPi2 with IQaudIO Pi-DAC+ and Pi-AMP+ support pre-configured
	SYSTEM volume set much lower not to blow your speakers up at startup
	Radio plugin pre-installed
	USE F9 and F10 to adjust volume (or + and -)
	NOTE: Requires 8GB SD cards

6_moode-sdimg-r18_IQaudio.zip
 	This is Moode v1.8 release for the Pi2 with IQaudIO Pi-DAC configured with hardware volume control
	The distribution is also configured to auto mute the Pi-AMP+
	The IQaudIO Rotary Encoder support is installed AND loaded by default at startup (edit /etc/rc.local to disable this if needed)
	Gordon Henderson's WiringPi (http://wiringpi.com/) is also installed in this distribution.
	GCC / Make is also included in this build.
	NOTE:This will not install on some "smaller than average" 8GB SD cards.



IQaudIO.pdf (last updated 27/5/15)
	Latest user documentation for Pi-DAC+ / Pi-DigiAMP+ / Pi-AMP+ / CASE+ and Linux configuration







Please email info@iqaudio.com for further information




Rotary Encoder wiring:
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For the above distributions which include Rotary Encoder (volume dial) support it is assumed that a 3 pin rotary encoder is connected to the Raspberry Pi in the following way:

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With the rotary encoder shaft facing you and pins facing downwards:

LEFT Pin -> GPIO 23 (pin 16)
CENTRE Pin -> Ground (pin 14)
RIGHT Pin -> GPIO 24 (pin 18)



11/1/2016 - GG