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Old 31st October 2017, 08:57 PM   #11
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As far as I'm aware with all Pi hardware everything is shared onto a single USB port (Ethernet and any other USB devices).

I can stream 384KHz over LAN and output to the DAC over USB at 384KHz bit accurate - so its not too bad...

What causes an issue is dropping the USB interface down to low speed mode (Say moving the mouse) - I guess the transaction between USB2.0 High speed and Low speed USB1.1 interface is not easy.
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