Subject: RE: [linux-audio-user] A Newbie's New System?
From: Mark Knecht (markknecht_AT_attbi.com)
Date: Sun Sep 15 2002 - 18:39:14 EEST
As far as I know it is possible. I have not gotten quite that far with
Ardour yet, but here's my basic plan for the AP2496 and RME Hammerfall in
1) AP2496 audio out - speakers
2) AP2496 audio in - no immediate plan
3) AP2496 s/pdif out - general purpose digital send
4) AP2496 s/pdif in - clock to sync with RME
5) RME s/pdif out - clock to sync with AP2496
6) RME s/pdif in - hook to Pod Pro s/pdif out
7) RME 16 ADAT digital channels - general purpose in/out to external gear.
We'll see if it works! I don't have a clue (yet) about how to tell the
AP2496 to get it's clock from the s/pdif port instead of it's own crystal.
[mailto:linux-audio-user-admin_AT_music.columbia.edu]On Behalf Of Frank
Sent: Sunday, September 15, 2002 8:00 AM
Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] A Newbie's New System?
Mark Knecht hat gesagt: // Mark Knecht wrote:
> 4 channels in what format? The 9636 (I have this card) is 18 in - 18
> Possibly it's more than you need. It's also ADAT/spdif only. What are you
> interfacing to externally?
> I also use an Audiophile 2496. That's 4 in - 4 out for about $150-$175.
> Two analog and two s/pdif. It's a nice little card.
BTW: I also have an Audiophile, but no digital gear, so I never used
S/PDIF. But would it be possible to use analog and digital out
independently so that one has in fact a card with 4 outchannels?
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