aaaah a 10-channel mono out DAC..... way to go.... WHEN WHEN WHEN:D :lol: I'll stick with the ESI gigaport for now....
Wouldn't that require some software-adjustment, for tweaking the DAC's simultaniously?
I'm not totally caught up on my software... but can you take a wave file, and split up the wave by frequency then send it to different sound cards?
Not different channels, I know you can do this with console... but what about different channels on completely different cards?
I was thinking along the same lines but I don't know enough about USB dacs either. The take something like the circuitry of an audiocontrol matrix and hack it into the same enclosure and make the opamps they use interchangeable.Quote:
If the software that is going to be used can support output to multiple audio devices, you could just use 4-5 stereo dac's on one PCB, with one PSU and a USB hub to only use one USB connection (if bandwidth allows for this, but I guess it should).
But can a USB DAC be recognized in ASIO apps? Does ASIO4ALL work with these USB dac's? Who has a DAC, or who has multiple DACs laying around that they can test this with? Bueler....Bueler...anyone...Scott_fx?
...i have a silver stone laying around doing basically nothing until like may when i put a carputer in my new car :D (assuming i don't get the 701)
I have seen mention on one of the audiophile sites of a review of one of the usb dac, & there was mention by the reviewer of how 3 of these would build an awsome home theater.... if this is a go then most problems are over, with the exception of higher line voltages, but this can be modded for sure no problem I think....
sweet, if you find that review post it up, I could use a good read (stupid sociology)