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  1. #1
    Join Date: Jan 2013

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    I'm Ken.

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    Hi Andre

    I emailed you on the 8th, used the link in the drop down menu when clicking on your forum name, first time I've used this, so maybe I did it wrong if you didn't receive it.

    Anyway I've moved my question here from the thread about the RPi case.

    What is the 6 pin header "JTAG" on the top face of the Kali used for?
    I can't find reference to it anywhere.
    Ken

    http://www.jkwynn.co.uk/
    DIY Technics/ProJect based Turntable + Terminator linear tracker + AT 33PTG II / AQVOX Phono 2 CI / Pro-Ject Pre Box RS / ESP Active X-Over / Nord MC500 Power Amps/ Modified semi-active Yamaha NS1000M Speakers / Stello CDT100 Transport / NAD M51 DAC.

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    I'm Andre.

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    hi
    i PMed yo my email.
    about the jtag, 6pin header JTAG for firmware flashing connector (use only in production)

    thanks

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    Ok, I just wondered if the JTAG was additional I2S output connections.
    Production use only is ok, just trying to get a feel for what everything does on the board.

    I want to use a Kali with an Odroid C2.
    This is not GPIO pin compatible as the Odroid C2 has a separate 7 pin I2S header.
    I will need to mount the Kali next to the C2 board anyway, as I will be using a tall heat sink that prevents the use of "HAT" boards on the C2.
    Looking at the pin outs for both boards it seems a pretty straight forward job to wire the I2S and power the C2 from the Kali.
    The Kali I2S output will go through a line driver circuit and HDMI socket as per PS Audio design and feed a PS Audio DAC with the I2S signal.
    If I can think of anything else or get stuck I will come back to you.
    Ken

    http://www.jkwynn.co.uk/
    DIY Technics/ProJect based Turntable + Terminator linear tracker + AT 33PTG II / AQVOX Phono 2 CI / Pro-Ject Pre Box RS / ESP Active X-Over / Nord MC500 Power Amps/ Modified semi-active Yamaha NS1000M Speakers / Stello CDT100 Transport / NAD M51 DAC.

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    I'm Andre.

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    hi
    the KALI is not Odroid compatible...
    only our Sparky and RPI

    regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALLO.com View Post
    hi
    the KALI is not Odroid compatible...
    only our Sparky and RPI

    regards
    Hi Andre
    Just caught this message, been off grid.

    What is not compatible?

    I realize that the GPIO connectors uses different pinouts, but I will be mounting the Odroid/Kali boards side by side and not as a "HAT" configuration.
    Surely, Data/BCK/WCK i2s connections are all that the Kali requires and these can simply be taken from the Odroid i2s output socket using jumper wires?

    Neither the RPi or Sparky meet the hardware/software requirements for my project, which are: 2GB DDR3 SDRAM, Gigabit Ethernet, 128GB eMMC data storage and the ability to run Kodi with its Qobuz Add on.

    Yes, a bit of thought is required, but isn't that the reason SBC's exist?

    This Volumio thread has several people including "allo" (may not be you?) saying Odroid C2 and Kali work well together

    https://volumio.org/forum/allo-kali-odroid-t5094.html
    Ken

    http://www.jkwynn.co.uk/
    DIY Technics/ProJect based Turntable + Terminator linear tracker + AT 33PTG II / AQVOX Phono 2 CI / Pro-Ject Pre Box RS / ESP Active X-Over / Nord MC500 Power Amps/ Modified semi-active Yamaha NS1000M Speakers / Stello CDT100 Transport / NAD M51 DAC.

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    I'm Andre.

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    standard I2S connections can connect to KALI , I am not sure about Odroid i2s pin outs and configurations.

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