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TOPIC: USBStreamer on an iPhone

USBStreamer on an iPhone 3 years 9 months ago #29123

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Thought I would share my success with using the USBStreamer with my iPhone. It's an iPhone 6S+ running 10.1.1.

The USBStreamer is such an awesome device!

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USBStreamer on an iPhone 3 years 9 months ago #29140

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Wowww that lazer projector is really neat! Your own creation?
Thanks so much for putting together that little video showing how easy it is to get 8ch player from the USBStreamer. :-)

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USBStreamer on an iPhone 3 years 9 months ago #29173

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Thanks, devteam! Yes, this is a projector that I built using a pair of galvanometers for X/Y as well as red, green and blue laser diodes.

I did some more playing around with the USBStreamer on the iPhone and found that I can record 8 channel wave files as well. This time I used the stand alone, boxed USBStreamer running the adat optical firmware and just connected the input/output to an adat. In the previous video with the Wave-USB, the USBStreamer is running the I2S firmware.

I'm extremely happy with how well this works, you guys make an amazing product!

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USBStreamer on an iPhone 3 years 9 months ago #29413

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dope project..

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