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TOPIC: Samplerate using DSP-enabled firmware

Samplerate using DSP-enabled firmware 8 months 3 days ago #35654

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Hi,

we're currently playing with our freshly acquired UMA-8, with good results so far especially for its ability to grab voices from far away, even in quite reverberant environments.

The only limitation we found is the output samplerate of the mic array in DSP mode, which is 16kHz (hence a 8kHz bandwidth). Excellent for voice commands, but a bit limited when it comes to using the array output for voice communication (say, during online Skype calls). Are there plans to allow higher samplerates (even 32kHz would be enough for fullband voice), or would the process be too heavy for the onboard DSP ?

Thanks
Last Edit: 8 months 3 days ago by garfield. Reason: added bandwidth mention
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Samplerate using DSP-enabled firmware 7 months 3 weeks ago #35755

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@ Garfield

Thanks for your feedback.
We indeed have a new board coming up which will be using the XVSM 3000 (new XMOS chipset) and will support 48k out.

I'd expect about 1month before it's out or so.. Stay tuned for more details.

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