Rockbox mail archiveSubject: AW: S/PDIF sync'ing
AW: S/PDIF sync'ing
From: perterm <perterm_at_vce.de>
Date: Thu, 15 Jan 2004 09:43:23 +0100
>Von: Joris van den Heuvel
>My guess is that the JBR interrupts the S/PDIF clock and the mixer loses
>Maybe it's the mixing board that's at fault, I don't know.
Many other posters have replied but I want to throw in another thought: Via
auxillary bits in the spdif stream other information than the mere audio can
be transmitted to. My memory might fool me here, but I think that even time
codes can be transmitted. Maybe your mixer searches for such information.
Mixer consoles often have toslink inputs and not spdif. Toslink works
slightly different than spdif: it uses higher levels / symmetrical signal
lines. Very often it works nevertheless to feed a toslink input with a spdif
Received on 2004-01-15
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