Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: S/PDIF sync'ing
Re: S/PDIF sync'ing
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2004 09:00:39 +0100 (CET)
Same problem with a YAMAHA 01V mixer - also takes about five seconds to
recover from a S/PDIF sync loss.
The Archos S/PDIF output signal disappears when junmping between tracks,
when paused, and when stopped. However, when tracks are allowed to play
continuously, the output is uninterrupted, which keeps the sync OK even
It would be excellent if it was possible to output the S/PDIF signal all
the time. Actually, even better would be, if the Archos could sync to
incoming S/PDIF while playing...
On Wed, 14 Jan 2004 at 22:10, Joris van den Heuvel wrote:
> I have a question about connecting the digital out of a JBR20 to an
> S/PDIF device. Recently I decided to give this a try in my mini home
> studio. The (fully digital) mixing board has 2 S/PDIF inputs. Everything
> works fine (exactly 0dBFS on the mixer, nice!), until a track change. At
> this point, playback stops, the mixer has to resync, which lasts about 5
> seconds. In those 5 seconds, there's no sound, as the mixer suppresses
> the unsynced (probably garbled) audio. The same thing happens upon
> pausing playback.
> My guess is that the JBR interrupts the S/PDIF clock and the mixer loses
> synchronisation. Is there a way to have the S/PDIF clock run constantly?
> Or is this a MAS3587 "feature"? It makes the digital port useless.
> Maybe it's the mixing board that's at fault, I don't know.
> Anyone any experience with this?
Received on 2004-01-15