[alsa-devel] ESI Maya44 initial patch

Pavel Hofman pavel.hofman at insite.cz
Wed Feb 6 15:03:09 CET 2008


Thanks for the reverse engineering.

MI/ODI/O is partially supported in prodigy192.c.

Combination Prodigy192 + MI/ODI/O:

SPDIF-out works automatically (basically kind of a parallel connection 
to the on-board SPDIF-out). The SPDIF input via AK4114 works, I have not 
tested MIDI yet.

Theoretically, the Xilinx array should supply AK4114 with external clock 
for SPDIF rate detection - using the MK73-1 frequency multiplier. I have 
yet to hook up my oscilloscope to analyze the actual functionality. As 
of now the automatic rate detection does not work.

I guess MI/ODI/O support for Maya44 would be fairly similar.

Good luck and best regards,

Pavel Hofman.

Rainer Zimmermann wrote:
> Hello,
> this is the first testing version of the driver for the ESI Maya44 card, 
> which I developed on the initiative of Piotr Makowski.
> The driver is actually an addition to the existing ice1724 code.
> More information can be found in doc/README.maya44 .
> We would appreciate your testing and feedback.
> Also, since I am new to ALSA driver development, I would appreciate 
> feedback on whether the way I integrated this into the ALSA tree is 
> correct.
> Thanks for your feedback and best regards,
> Rainer Zimmermann
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