On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 11:01 AM, Christoph Kuhr wrote:
OK, that's a very good standard. Then, it's also addressable, so you
could have multiple audio devices on the same network. It should also
be good for designing large PA systems (over whole buildings, concert
halls, arenas, etc...) using standard networking.
> the pro audio industry is presenting first products soon, meyersound already
Where does the implementation belong? It ought to factor into
designing kernel modules + hardware (eth) + fpga code.
>> While the FPGA's themselves aren't prohibitively expensive, the rapid
I have a Basys2 Xilinix board to get started on. It's decently priced
and has an I2C DAC module (20$ extra) for me to play with, plus some
breadboards for trying out other IC's. At my university, I can take
an FPGA course next spring also. Seems like it's still a long road
ahead before having anything interesting programmed.
I'd also be interested in other manufacturers--the big issue for me is
figuring out which programming interface works best (on Linux
preferrably!!!). The Xilinx ISE 13.2 needed a little debugging of
shell scripts, so far.
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