Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Fw: play WAV?
Re: Fw: play WAV?
From: BlueChip <cs_bluechip_at_webtribe.net>
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2003 01:45:54 +0100
In no specific order:
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As far as I understand, and I have never confirmed this for myself, but
then, I've never felt the need to ...USB is out of bounds - it just does
what it does and all we can do is turn it on or off - so without building
an external master - which is a respectable challenge, it's not going to
Can you point me directly at the diagram to which you refer (including the
source for the PDF you are reading) ...I cannot find anything like that in
If you can send a timed stream of 1's and 0's you can talk to any serial
device. Digital I/O is precisely that - the factor I cannot yet include,
is precisely WHAT features the dev kit will offer.
>Interesting idea, but after looking at the block diagram, I didn't see a whole
>lot of support for straight-thru translation. The chip is suited to inputting
>from its ports (PCM, S/PDIF, analog, mp3 bitstream) and outputting to S/PDIF,
>analog, mp3 bitstream with everything going through the encoder/decoder block
>in the diagram. I don't see anything that allows a direct data feed from the
>inputs to the hard drive in the chip. But it can, of course, accept such
>"direct" data through the USB port.
>I'm not seeing where the hardware would support offloading camera data to the
>device. Blue, could you possibly elaborate? Maybe pop on IRC today and fill me
>On Thu, Sep 04, 2003 at 09:54:10AM +0200, claus wrote:
> > BlueChip said:
> > > The playback of PCM data is worth much more than just playing a
> > > pre-recorded WAV file. I think the wildest use of this technology
> would be
> > > the ability to output specific numbers to the digital i/o for an
> > > device - if we can also _capture_ stuff in "WAV" format ...with a
> cheap and
> > > simple device (possibly little more than an opto-isolator and a level
> > > converter or two) it is not unreasonable to consider talking to the
> > > interface on your digital camera!? Now how cool is THAT?
> > Go ahead BlueChip or like Nike used to say "Just do it!"
> > - claus
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Received on 2003-09-05