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Subject: Re: play WAV?
From: David McIntyre (plugh_at_mudbarn.com)
Date: 2003-09-03


In the world of bits and bytes, nothing is impossible. :)
I'm thinking that something in the hardware has the capability of dealing with
PCM data, as there is an analog/digital line in. It may (!) be possible to use
this as a basis for the ability to handle PCM data off the hard drive, though
it may take a hardware modification to the unit to re-route some signals.
I also realize that this is on the NODO list, but I get the sense that the NODO
was written based on our limited knowledge of the hardware platform we're
working with. As this knowledge base broadens, one or more of the NODO may end
up on TODO.

On Wed, Sep 03, 2003 at 08:48:05AM +0100, John Stevenson wrote:
>
> Well this all sound to me - like my job....
>
> The user wants this and that.... They fail to understand the technical implications of it - ie That there is a chance that it could be impossible - I want to fit a 20 foot cube in a 1 inch cube! The optimist - I see no problem in that - It can still be done - we make the 1inch cube bigger. What do you mean there is no room to make the 1 inch cube bigger? Just make the world bigger then!!
>
> LOL
>
> It is ok having a view and to admit that you are non technical explains a lot - and no I am not having a go at anyone. It seems to me there is a lot of flaming going on with regards to this subject.
>
> Me I am just happy with what I have. It is a wonderful product in which, all those that have given their own time and expertise should stand back and be proud of what has been achieved.
>
> PS Ignore the hecklers!!!
>
>
>
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