[LAU] Re: [linux-audio-user] USB chip audio with compression?

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Date: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 - 1:14 pm

Gregoire Banderet wrote:

not that I know of. but if FPGA's are an option it could be built
easily ;)

USB-Audio is a very distinct standard and merging it with raw mp3/ogg
data i/o is IMHO not a good idea!

There are drivers and software for mp3-decoder hard/firm-ware (eg
ipodlinux.org ) - shared/locked memory is an issue on embedded devices,
and USB makes this even worse..!

I think the cheapest solution is to just /connect/ the
mp3-de/encoder/player output to a general purpose dsp & mixer chipset
and have them be two separate [usb] devices..


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