ADAU1701 not working

Good evening everyone,
I have used open-source project called freeDSP ( ) to create my own freeDSP classic board, which uses ADAU1701.

Unfortunately, after more than a month of tinkering why its not working I am posting here my question.

After assembling the board, I have checked for short circuits on the ADAU1701 pins, the were none ( it was soldered using SMD soldering oven, as well as other components that are SMD on this PCB ).

This board uses DSP uses self boot mode to read an EEPROM ( 24AA256 by Microchip ) via I2C bus. Basic way of programming the EEPROM here is with Arduino using a bit modified code for Elektor DSP based on ADAU1701 and Tera Term terminal. However, after many attempt to program EEPROM and to launch the board none of them succeeded. 

All of the voltages on the ADAU pins are okay, analog signal is reaching ADAU pins, however there is no output on DAC pins. I have checked I2C bus for communication, but since my portable oscilloscope only goes up to 200khz ( Velleman WFS210 ) I was only able to see 3.3V.

Next, I have got a CH341A based I2C eeprom programmer. Read the eeproms that were programmed with Arduino and the code was different than the one generated in Sigmastudio. So I have used Sigmastudio to Intel Hex converter to later import converted hex file to HxDwhich exports ASCII bin file, which I can later import to AsProgrammer to upload it to EEPROM ( I understand that there are many convertions involved, but yet, final hex code seems okay). 

However, even after programming EEPROM that way, the ADAU does not seem to work. 

Only thing is that I can hear the music when my Iphone SE is playing on max volume as well as home cinema receiver that is connected to DAC 0 and DAC 1 via RCA. Receiver is also cranked on max volume and it outputs to earphones. 
When I press the reset switch, I hear a loud click on both ears. 

Have anyone had similar problems and might help me?

  Picture 1. Hardware connections made in SigmaStudio

  Picture 2. After clicking Write Latest Compilation to EEprom. E2prom.hex opened with SigmaStudio ( program is very basic Input - Output ).

 Picture 3. E2prom.hex converted to Intel hex

  Picture 4. Intel HEX imported to HXD ( it converts the code to HEX ).

  Picture 5. Since I am unable to program just a part of an EEPROM ( I need to program it with empty space, program does not do that automatically). I add 7E00 lines of FF, to be equal to 7FF0 which is all the memory space in EEProm. 

 Picture 6. Final view of the code.

 Picture 7. Fully emptied 24AA256.

  Picture 8. Imported file to be programmed to EEPROM.

  Picture 9. On the left hand corner visible command lines that programming is succesful.

Later I make sure that there is no power to the board. Insert the EEPROM. Power the board. Click reset button. Play the music from the source. Turn on the home cinema receiver.