[LAD] [LAU] FOSS Ethernet Soundcard

Michael Chapman chapman at mchapman.com
Thu Nov 26 09:49:59 UTC 2009

On Thursday 26 November 2009 1:24 am, Folderol wrote:

> Once it has this information it can tell the slave to do any of the
> following:
>   perform general initialisation and set all defaults (panic!)
>   change textual name to '?????'
>   set bit depth -> 8, 16, 24, ?                       (default 16)

I may be wrong, but I have the impression most 'non-computer' converters are 
Looking to the future floating point does have a lot of advantages (esp. for 
'remote' devices).
Floating point seems to mean
		32-bit bit-depth
so in the hope that we may get there, can we have 32 as well?


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