[alsa-devel] USB hardware that supports implicit feedback?
griscom at suitable.com
Thu Nov 15 21:11:46 CET 2012
[I posted this to the user list with no response; perhaps it was too
I'm having trouble getting implicit feedback working with my custom
capture/playback USB audio class device, even with the latest kernel.
I presume it's a problem with my device's configuration, but can't
figure out exactly what the problem is (after a whole lotta
Specifically, my device captures an AES/EBU data stream (at a frame
rate dictated by an external device), sends it to the computer via
USB and ALSA, and then takes a processed audio stream from the
computer via ALSA and USB, and sends it out at the same frame rate.
The output stream should have the exact same frame rate as the input
stream, governed by implicit feedback.
I understand that only recently has ALSA included support for
implicit feedback. I'm running with kernel 3.6.6, which I believe
includes the support, but still can't get it working. I'd really love
to see something functioning in this mode so I can determine where
the problem is.
Is there any commercial USB hardware out there that supports implicit
feedback? I assume the ALSA developers are testing against something,
but I can't find anything appropriate.
Or, is there source available that runs on some USB-capable micro
board that supports it?
Daniel T. Griscom griscom at suitable.com
Suitable Systems http://www.suitable.com/
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Wakefield, MA 01880-2400
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