[LAU] Card for bit perfect SPDIF throughput

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Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2007 - 12:17 am

Can anyone suggest a couple of ALSA-safe cards that
will provide "bit perfect" SPDIF throughput ?

In other words, if I play back a 44.1khtz CD that the
card will not resample the signal, at all, on the way
through to the SPDIF output.

And, in the case of a nVidia MCP67 (hda_intel), which
seems like it does 96k and 192k, is there some way I
can determine how well, or not, it passes through any
digital signal?

--markc

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[LAU] Card for bit perfect SPDIF throughput, Mark Constable, (Wed Oct 17, 12:17 am)
Re: [LAU] Card for bit perfect SPDIF throughput, Clemens Ladisch, (Wed Oct 17, 6:49 am)
Re: [LAU] Card for bit perfect SPDIF throughput, Lars Luthman, (Wed Oct 17, 2:15 pm)