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firewire < > digital audio

Started by martin griffith September 8, 2005
Just looking for some generic for firewire hardware to and from
multichannel digital audio, preferably off the shelf. 48K 24 bit
stuff.
Been to TI.com, nothing obvious, I gave up on philips,, google had
alot of irrelevant stuff.

I'm just working on a concept, and I'm trying to find out how bad/easy
it is!

It's just an idea for getting audio in and out of a PC to my POS, so a
few pointers would be welcome. Sort of Lantronixs for audio!


thanks



martin
Hello Martin,

Am Fri, 09 Sep 2005 01:04:30 +0200 schrieb martin griffith:

> Just looking for some generic for firewire hardware to and from > multichannel digital audio, preferably off the shelf. 48K 24 bit > stuff. > Been to TI.com, nothing obvious, I gave up on philips,, google had > alot of irrelevant stuff. > > I'm just working on a concept, and I'm trying to find out how bad/easy > it is! > > It's just an idea for getting audio in and out of a PC to my POS, so a > few pointers would be welcome. Sort of Lantronixs for audio! >
There are 3 more or less off the shelf solutions BridgeCo http://www.bridgeco.net/products/dm1500/dm1500.shtml Used in the most FireWire/1394 Soundcards Wavefront http://www.wavefrontsemi.com/dice2A.html New on the market. Original design by tc electronics. Hostless/Standalone applications possible! Oxford Semiconductor: http://www.oxsemi.co.uk/pages/audio/audio.html Never seen in any design HTH Alexander
On Fri, 9 Sep 2005 08:57:17 +0200, in comp.arch.embedded Alexander
Peter <apeter@musicandsales.com> wrote:

>Hello Martin, > >Am Fri, 09 Sep 2005 01:04:30 +0200 schrieb martin griffith: > >> Just looking for some generic for firewire hardware to and from >> multichannel digital audio, preferably off the shelf. 48K 24 bit >> stuff. >> Been to TI.com, nothing obvious, I gave up on philips,, google had >> alot of irrelevant stuff. >> >> I'm just working on a concept, and I'm trying to find out how bad/easy >> it is! >> >> It's just an idea for getting audio in and out of a PC to my POS, so a >> few pointers would be welcome. Sort of Lantronixs for audio! >> >There are 3 more or less off the shelf solutions > >BridgeCo >http://www.bridgeco.net/products/dm1500/dm1500.shtml >Used in the most FireWire/1394 Soundcards > >Wavefront >http://www.wavefrontsemi.com/dice2A.html >New on the market. Original design by tc electronics. Hostless/Standalone >applications possible! > >Oxford Semiconductor: >http://www.oxsemi.co.uk/pages/audio/audio.html >Never seen in any design > >HTH > >Alexander
many thanks for that, martin