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Sonicorbiter SE
user manual



POWER SPECIFCATIONS
The Sonore Sonic Orbiter SE comes with a power supply capable of delivering 5 volts at a maximum of 2 amps. The DC power connector accepts a 5 .5mm x 2.1mm jack.  Do not exceed these power specifications or damage to the unit will occur. Damage from an unapproved power supplies will void the unit's warranty.

POWER AND BOOT UP
Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the RJ45 connector jack on the back of the unit . Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to a router that has access to the internet. If you do not have an ethernet connetion in your audio room a local electriction can do this for you for a resonable price. As a last resort you can also get a Home Plug Ethernet adapter that uses your home's power wires to extend your network. This a good Home Plug Ethernet adapter.

Connect your DC power supply to the unit. The DC power connector accepts a 5 .5mm  x 2.1mm jack.

Wait approximately 60 seconds for the unit to boot up and it should be ready to use.

ACCESSING THE UNIT'S GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE "GUI"
From any web browser on your home network enter the following URL www.sonicorbiter.com to locate the unit's GUI.

You should get something like this if the unit is properly located.


Click on the IP address and the unit's GUI home page should open in your browser.

You should get something like this.


SETTINGS
The Settings tab is where you configure the unit and save settings. You can set things such as DoP/DSD support.

From the unit's GUI click on the Settings tab.

You should get something like this.


These are some example of the various setups for the supported APPs.
Squeezelite
MPD/DLNA
Shairport
RoonReady
NAA - this APP does not have a setup page

OUTPUT MODES
The Apps tab is where you select the unit's output mode. Only one output mode can be active at any given time.

From the unit's GUI click on the Apps tab.

You should get something like this.


From the unit's GUI click on the Audio App Switcher tab.

You should get something like this.


Select the output mode needed for playback and wait for the green Active box to appear. The green Active box let's you know the output has been enabled.

The following is a description of the available output modes:

Mode #1 - SqueezeLite Output - This output works with any Logitech Media Server and compatible controllers. This output supports true gapless playback of PCM and DSD/DoP.

Mode #2 - ShairPort Output - This is an AirPlay emulator that utilizes streams sent to it from a compatible source. This output supports true gapless playback of PCM.

Mode #3 - MPD/DLNA Output:

Mode #3a - DLNA Output - This output utilizes streams from UPNP/DLNA servers and controllers. This output can be configured as an OpenHome renderer. This output supports true gapless playback of PCM, DSD/DoP, and native DSD.

Mode #3b - MPD Output - This output is intended to work with la SMB mount. This output supports true gapless playback of PCM, DSD/DoP, and native DSD.

Mode #4 - HQ Player NAA Output - This output utilizes streams from Signalyst's HQ Player running on your computer. Digital signal processing is performed by HQ Player and then asynchronously streamed to the Network Audio Adapter (NAA) output. This output supports true gapless playback of PCM, DSD/DoP, and native DSD.

Mode #5 - RoonReady Output - This output utilizes streams from Roon. This output supports true gapless playback of PCM, DSD/DoP, and native DSD.


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