[LAU] Minimalistic S/PDIF i/o device?

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Date: Friday, August 1, 2008 - 10:00 am

Hi,

Does anyone know of any cheap and small S/PDIF i/o (toslink or coax)
interfaces which work on a laptop? USB, PCMCIA, Expresscard, firewire,
whatever. Size is what really matters, not how it's connected.

Oh, and it should also work in Linux. ;)

My ideal would be a USB cable with two coaxial SPDIF connectors on the other
end.

All I really would need is something which takes in two channels of
bit-perfect 24-bit digital audio (192k is not needed) and outputs two
channels through spdif. A headphone / line output would be a nice bonus but
not required.

Sampo
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[LAU] Minimalistic S/PDIF i/o device?, Sampo Savolainen, (Fri Aug 1, 10:00 am)
Re: [LAU] Minimalistic S/PDIF i/o device?, Jesse Chappell, (Sat Aug 2, 3:33 pm)
Re: [LAU] Minimalistic S/PDIF i/o device?, Mark Knecht, (Fri Aug 1, 11:46 am)