Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: File Transfer..
Re: File Transfer..
From: Psyco Dedman <psyco_at_psyco.yi.org>
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2002 18:08:24 -0700
I think he meant to send any data directly through the MAS as raw pcm,
i.e. bypassing the mp3 decoding...
this is only possible if we can write, compile, and upload the MAS's own
type of firmware to it's internal RAM, which we don't have the tools or
knowledge to accomplish, and apparently anybody who does is under NDA...
untill somebody with experience with such things comes forward, there's
not much, if anything, we can do in this respect.
> Yes I was wondering if the raw mp3 data could be sent out the digital SP/DIF,
> rather than decompressing and sending PCM, Which I would think would impart
> more loss on the re-encoding back to MP3..no?
> On Thursday 19 September 2002 03:37 pm, you wrote:
>>>My brother and I were talking about our Recorders and I said it would be
>>>great if the next ver of hardware could send files between units using IR
>>>or direct cable of some sort...Which got me thinking is there any way
>>>rockbox could be made to send/recieve files out the digital port bypasing
>>>the encoder/decoder. Obvisouly disk writing is needed but? I know someone
>>>converted one of the ports into a serial but I would not like to hack the
>>>unit to do this. Does anyone see how it can be done with this hardware???
>>First of all, there's no way to peer two AJB Recorders via USB;
>>I suspect you already know.
>>But I like your idea to use digital SP/DIF I/O. One would have
>>to prepare a specially wired "cross link" cable with 3.5" stereo
>>plugs to interconnect two AJBs. It should be possible to send
>>raw PCM data directly through the MAS, so any data should be
>>transmittable -- maybe through a fail-safe transmisson protocol.
>>Think of it: It'd be possible for two AJB users to interlink
>>and exchange thier favorite MP3s. In some countries music industry
>>executives may shoot on sight at AJB owners then ;-)
Received on 2002-09-20