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TOPIC: Use DDRC-22A usb for DAC

Use DDRC-22A usb for DAC 1 month 3 days ago #33681

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Are there any drivers that would allow the 22A to be used as a DAC through the USB port?
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Use DDRC-22A usb for DAC 1 month 2 days ago #33691

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No, the DDRC-22A doesn't support audio streaming over the USB connection.
I am not miniDSP support.

"You must ask the right questions." - Dr. Alfred Lanning's hologram.
-> Have you read the User Manual??
-> Have you drawn and posted a diagram?
-> Have you posted a screenshot?
-> Have you posted your config file?
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Use DDRC-22A usb for DAC 1 month 2 days ago #33692

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I’m curious how Dirac sends it’s test tones/sweeps
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Use DDRC-22A usb for DAC 4 weeks 2 days ago #33729

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otherones wrote:
I’m curious how Dirac sends it’s test tones/sweeps
Good question. :-) They are embedded inside the DSP chipset as code.

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