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Old 10th October 2012, 05:20 AM   #11
BrianL is offline BrianL  United States
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USB Streamer - MultiChannel connectivity

Actually, before asking I did an extensive search with two search engines. I do not see that 25MHz Toslink receivers are "quite common". In fact, I come up with nothing that can be ordered in small quantities, and only a couple questionable items that could be ordered in large quantities. Perhaps, since you seem to be able to get them so easily in Hong Kong, perhaps you would consider selling them in small quantities.
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Old 22nd December 2012, 04:25 AM   #12
tnargs is offline tnargs  Australia
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Hi all, I saw this thread after I posted a question in the USBStreamer introduction thread, but this thread still doesn't answer my question exactly.

Anyone following this thread, maybe please have a look at my post in the other thread above? I would appreciate it thank you.
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