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TOPIC: I2S capturing in slave mode

I2S capturing in slave mode 3 years 7 months ago #31235

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Hi, we just purchased USBstreamer - Kit version. our main purpose is to capture I2S data from a audio device. But the Manual says it could not be used as a slave mode , below is the manual extract.
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2.2.2 Clock lines
There are three clock lines. These clocks are always outputs. The connected circuitry must therefore be set to run in slave mode and accept its clocks from the USBStreamer. (The USBStreamer always runs as clock master; it cannot be set to run as a slave.)
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We are stuck now, is there any firmware that could make this work in slave mode? Please help.
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I2S capturing in slave mode 3 years 7 months ago #31276

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@ mismail

I'm afraid that the USBstreamer indeed doesn't support i2S slave mode recording as the manual says..
Not much of a workaround possible I'm afraid. :-( You'd want to use some I2s to I2s sample rate converter I would guess.

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