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|22nd November 2005, 06:32 PM||#1|
Join Date: Feb 2005
Firewire audio out to i.link capable receiver?
Just "kinda" DIY but here it goes anyway...
Has anyone information about this?
I.link receivers are actually integrated "sound cards" with amps - are there drivers available for Windows systems that present the receivers to the computer system as 5.1 or 7.1 capable "soundcards" ?
This would be nice for HTPC - instead of going analog & digital again, straight directsound output to your receiver.
Did anyone try to hook up i.link audio stuff to a PC and see what gets discovered?
Only link I found that even slightly hints in this direction is this link...
PS. Seems that the latest OS X versions have a firewire audio core driver that might have this capability.
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