[Soekris] Mini-PCI Sound Card
bootc at bootc.net
Wed Oct 13 15:36:08 UTC 2004
I was thinking of that, but it would require more hardware hacking than
really necessary if it were to be built into the box.
I actually have a USB Audio Class compliant USB to digital optical
(Toslink or S/PDIF) dongle going if you want it! It's a Xitel
(http://www.xitel.com/) MD-Port DG1. They make lots of USB audio devices
in all kinds of ranges. It just works (I've tried it on Mac OS 9 & X,
Linux, and Windows)... I've now got an AirPort Express so I don't use it
Mathias Brossard wrote:
>On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 16:52, Nicholas Humfrey wrote:
>>Any suggestions ?
> USB sound card, well module ? According to
>http://www.linux-usb.org/USB-guide/x319.html there's a standard for that
>(I don't which devices are compliant) and there's a module in Linux that
>support it. I don't know about other OSes.
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