On Thu, December 20, 2012 7:34 pm, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
You found one. All the sites I went to were "call for price" (means more
than Len can afford)
I wonder if the basic version contains a module...
Price is about right though. Just lots more than I have. It is beyond
hobby use I think. Not out of line with RME for example. However, the real
question is how does one get the audio transport spec to play with? What
could Linux do with this? Lots. But the audio interfaces we have now may
not work with it... I don't think there are any that deal with a SW
generated word clock. That is, word clock comes in on IP, gets extracted
and sent to the audio IF to sync... Even to any kind of high frequency
output to generate a local word clock.
Some of the things I question are the idea of running on the same net as
everything else. This is not as bad as it seems provided that most traffic
(say browsing) goes through a 10Meg line to the outside world while inside
net is 100Meg. Someone decides to update all the company computers off an
internal server and the audio dies...
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