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Old 26th May 2011, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Onchip Tech OT-USB192 Asychronous USB to I2S

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Old 26th May 2011, 07:25 PM   #2
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Nice picture they have there
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Old 27th May 2011, 12:27 AM   #3
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No prices on the WEB site. Did anyone send them an inquiry already?

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Old 27th May 2011, 01:39 AM   #4
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I just meant that the picture is of a bare circuit board with connectors and a few buttons on it.
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Old 27th May 2011, 02:07 AM   #5
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OT: Well, I would buy the new TP USB board right away but that is delayed...

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OT: Well, I would buy the new TP USB board right away but that is delayed...

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Me too......
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Me too. Unfortunately, Russ also has to feed his family .

I didn't intend to sound snide with my comment... There are a lot of good USB implementations out there, and I am curious about all of them, including this one.

I just wondered why they show what appears to be the bottom of the board.

It looks like it come down to custom driver implementation for this solution as well. It says they supply (with IP purchase) full driver source, which I assume means for different platforms.

The XMOS licensing model looks a bit easier to deal with, and the drivers are a known quantity.

I am puzzled as to why Windows does not include the USB drivers, though I suspect it is related to a multi-layered licensing issue from days past.
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I didn't intend to sound snide with my comment....
I doubt anyone took it as such.

I'm just jonesin' soooooooooo bad for an OSX asynchronous USB to I2S front end for my Buffalo II.

If TP won't scratch my itch, need to find some relief somewhere soon.

There's alot of pent-up demand for such a product/kit. IMO, one could feed alot of families if they were first to market with a sensibly priced solution.
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Windows does include an USB Audio Class 1 driver for many years.

The question really comes down to USB audio class 2.

However, what people on this board really want at this point is probably more like

16bit/32Khz - 32bit/384Khz PCM and native DSD support via an ASIO 2.1 driver :-)

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