Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Digital Audio Data out of laptop
From: D. Sen (dsen_AT_homemail.com)
Date: Tue May 14 2002 - 21:00:23 EEST
So, in addition to the datport (which I assume is supported under linux
using the USB drivers?) I need a box which will convert the SPDIF
digital data to analog output (something like :
Now I need to figure out how to do this for more than two channels.
Steve Harris wrote:
> On Tue, May 14, 2002 at 12:57:09 -0400, D. Sen wrote:
>>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
> No, the USB <-> SPDIF box would just give you spdif, it won't let you
> connect to a digiface.
> You could wire it to an SPDIF ADDA converter if thats what you wanted to
> There are some, eg. http://www.opcode.com/products/datport/ c.f.
> USB <-> DATPort <-> ADDA <-> analogue hardware
> Assuming you find one thats supported.
> - Steve
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