Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Digital Audio Data out of laptop
From: D. Sen (dsen_AT_homemail.com)
Date: Tue May 14 2002 - 19:57:09 EEST
This is interesting. Are you saying that I dont need the PCMCIA cardbus
interface at all? I can just connect the Laptop's USB port to the
USB->SPDIF box which is then connected to the DIGIFACE?
|Laptop_USB| -> |USB to SPDIF/AES/EBU Box| -> |DIGIFACE| -> Analog out
Are there linux drivers for this kind of configuration?
Steve Harris wrote:
> On Tue, May 14, 2002 at 08:51:30 -0700, Kevin Ernste wrote:
>>There is no AES on the muti or digiface. The digiface is essentially a
>>Hammerfall 9652 in a box, while the multi-face is a substancially new box with
>>some of the best converters going, much less in this price range (expensive
>>relative to some cards, but CHEAP for what it can do).
> There is on the digiface, and on the 9652 too. The spdif i/o can be
> switched to AES/EBU mode (not that theres much differnece anyway). You
> will need to use an XLR<->cinch cable of course.
> There must be a supported USB to SPDIF box somewhere though, that would be
> much cheaper than an HDSP.
> - Steve
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