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Old 2nd July 2012, 09:13 AM   #1
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Default New MINI-DSP 10ch USB Streamer

Hi guys.

The folks from Mini-DSP Just released another interesting product:

A 10 channel USB-I2S-Toslink interface at up2 24/192 with XMOS interface chip.

Runs with the generic USB drivers on all platforms.

Can be driven externally or bus powered,

WAVE-IO and EXA probably face real competition with this product at 125$!!!


Now we need to figure out how it compares to the competition.


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Old 2nd July 2012, 02:03 PM   #2
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Wow now that is something.

10 channels asynchronous I2S, out and in and at a very attractive price too!
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No kidding! Gotta be USB2, at least. Standard drivers can handle that many channels?
EDIT: Duh! From the press release.
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the USB Audio dongle utilizes high speed USB2.0 along with the Audio Class 2.0 implementation to simultaneously provide up to 10channels of playback along with 10channel of recording.
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Anyone ever use this product? It sounds impressive especially considering the cost. Only thing is how is clock generation handled? I see a crystal but suspect it's only the 12MHz one for the USB interface, would be even sweeter if it was using dual crystals for audio clocking rather than frequency synthesis! Asynchronous is great if good clocks are provided.

I'm thinking it could form part of a multi-channel receiver where the computer does crossover frequency division with DSP.
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Any review of this product? It can be also used as Home theater preamp.
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