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Telstar 23rd February 2009 01:01 PM

i2s isolation
 
Also, has somebody tried (successfully) some way to galvanically isolate the i2s signal?

I saw a magnetic isolator used to isolate the 4 pins in a firewire to i2s board.

phofman 24th February 2009 08:47 AM

Re: Infrasonic Quartet
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Telstar
The three cards using both the envy24ht(or s) and AKM 4114/4112 DIT are the Juli@, the Quartet and m-audio audiophile 192.

Plus the cards supporting the MI/ODI/O addon card, such as Prodigy192, Waveterminal 192, etc.

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The Quartet looks the best of the tier: it has the advantage of having driver support (in Vista) for external clock, ready to use bnc wordclock input, and also a mic preamp. Sounds ideal for my needs.
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It certainly looks good, thoughtfully designed for needs of semi-pro musicians.

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Are there any problems with this card that you know? [/B]
The card sample just arrived from the Korean manufacturer. While working on its linux driver, I hope any potential problems should be revealed. But honestly, I do not expect any.

adelias 24th February 2009 10:51 AM

Re: Infrasonic Quartet
 
Quote:

Originally posted by Telstar


According to this site:
http://envy24.svobodno.com/


Is the Tokyo Style S010 the only envy24 PCI-E card that is currently available? It doesn't look very easy to find one to purchase either.

phofman 24th February 2009 11:07 AM

Perhaps using some PCI-e - PCI adapter ? http://www.virtuavia.eu/shop/pci-exp...er-p29855.html

Telstar 24th February 2009 12:59 PM

Re: Re: Infrasonic Quartet
 
Quote:

Originally posted by satgeek

Is the Tokyo Style S010 the only envy24 PCI-E card that is currently available? It doesn't look very easy to find one to purchase either.

Yes, and basically impossible to find. I know one guy who is searching for it.

Sur 11th March 2010 02:40 PM

Hi, Could you get the I2S signal from M-Audio sound cards?

5th element 11th March 2010 03:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Sur (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/102851-i2s-juli-pci-sound-card-post2115227.html#post2115227)
Hi, Could you get the I2S signal from M-Audio sound cards?

Yes and in the same way the original poster did.

5th element 11th March 2010 03:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Sur (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/102851-i2s-juli-pci-sound-card-post2115227.html#post2115227)
Hi, Could you get the I2S signal from M-Audio sound cards?

Yes and in the same way the original poster did. Except you don't have the luxury of the connector thingy that the Juli@ has. Instead you have to solder wires directly onto the PCB at the correct locations.

dwk123 11th March 2010 03:24 PM

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Originally Posted by 5th element (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/102851-i2s-juli-pci-sound-card-post2115262.html#post2115262)
Yes and in the same way the original poster did. Except you don't have the luxury of the connector thingy that the Juli@ has. Instead you have to solder wires directly onto the PCB at the correct locations.

Look for a Delta 1010 (not the LT - the full version with the breakout box). All the I2S lines are brought out to a DB25 connector. Pricey even used, but certainly the easiest approach. I2S going through a connector won't be as pure as would be ideal, but if you're good with the iron you can remove the connector.

qusp 12th March 2010 03:09 AM

anyone buffering the sigal with say a buf634 or diamond buffer? wondering if that makes any sense. currently i'm using a modified breakout cable on my upgraded RME 9632 (power supply/filtering/decoupling) to supply spdif and AES with BNC and XLR on a cryo silver twin coax cable. but I have just recently installed an ethernet neutrik connector on the i2s lines of my dac and wondering if I should have a play with the julie@. I had mistakenly thought the card was a PC and linux only thing and since i'm on mac this isnt any use, at least not my G5 anyway. certainly looks worth a shot, is multichannel i2s doable in mac? i'm not afraid of taking the iron to the cards tender bits.


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