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USBStreamer | MiniDSP. The USBStreamer is a miniature 24/192 multi-channel USB to Toslink/ADAT & I2S interface. Packaged on a tiny PCB of only 2.4" by 1.4" (40x62mm), this interface is the perfect fit for OEM integration or as an element of a customized high performance A/V product. The USBStreamer utilizes high speed USB2.0 along with the Audio Class 2.0 implementation to simultaneously provide up to 10channels of playback along with 10channel of recording. Out of the 10channels, 2ch are provided on the toslink interface with the remaining provided on the I2S expansion connector. The dongle is up & running in a matter of seconds with compatible drivers for both Mac/Windows platforms. An easy and flexible system integration that follows the footsteps of the miniDSP product line. From a high end stereo USB interface to a multi-channel USB interface, the USBStreamer is an innovative yet cost effective USB 2.0 audio interface for a wide range of custom A/V products.

Features NEW! Applications Product Downloads. Audio distribution with Raspberry Pi | Crazy Audio. At a glance use a Raspberry Pi to send and receive audio streams over the networkstreaming is based on standard RTP streamsuncompressed audio streaming over ethernetpoint-to-multipoint broadcastinguses PulseAudio Note: This guide has been written in 2011. Since this time, the software used in this project has changed a lot. The guid won’t work without changes. Take it as a guideline and adapt it wherever necessary. The following guide will show how to use the Raspberry Pi as a cheap RTP sender. Using uncompressed audio a stereo audio transmission uses about 180kByte/s on your LAN. Note that the audio quality of the internal “sound card” of the Raspberry Pi is very unsatisfactory. Do you want to control the volume of external sound sources with your Raspberry Pi? Schematic setup But there are much more interesting (and complex) setups possible. Audio source must not be a sound card with a line input.

Hardware setup Software setup /etc/systemd/system/network.service Activate static IP: