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|3rd September 2015, 07:17 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2012
Volumio 2 + FIR on a 64 bit PC ?
I was looking for a solution to feed my DAC with USB or I2S (DAC is FiFOted) from a digital Library.
After some advices here I was lurking on nano PC but before wanted to try Daphile : I fail twice with Daphile with a Celeron M on a Laptop (Toshiba 7 years old) and a PC with a Dell Celeron (64 bits family) (5/6 years old) !
Well, it's not my only problem. I want also to make some FIR with RePhase (I firstly wanted to put a MiniDSP Minishark between an USB to I2S card and my I2S input DAC (with FIFO before) !
But I surmise a mini pc to be a better bet with 64 bits for FIR & EQ than a MiniShark from MiNiDSP and I also need a cheap one in all solution to do the both things : correction and server-streamer in front of an USB to I2S card (here a Lorien's stuff)
Is there any PC card able from its digital output (AES or whatevr) to feed an USB input ? via an another stuff bit perfect (I have a fifo to reclock before the DAC) ?
A player + RePhase on a PC ?
Any thoughts ?
PS : I was thinking about Volumio 2 to come... but connecting a Soundcard from its output to an USB card ????
Last edited by Eldam; 3rd September 2015 at 07:29 PM.
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