[linux-audio-user] Behringer BCA 2000 - has anyone tried it ?

Jan Holst Jensen jhje00 at yahoo.com
Wed Mar 2 17:03:47 EST 2005

--- Clemens Ladisch <clemens at ladisch.de> wrote:
> Jan Holst Jensen wrote:
> > Good to know. At least some Behringer gadgets are
> > supported out-of-the-box, so hopefully the BCA2000
> > issue is a minor one.
> Unfortunately, it isn't.

Sounds bad :-(. So it's a question of total
reverse-engineering of the protocol ?

> Donating it to a developer would have a bigger
> chance of success -- if
> you find a developer who has time (I haven't).

Well, now I have the gadget :-). I am already in
trouble since the thing apparently does not output
anything until it has a live USB connection. Stupid
design IMHO, so I need some workaround so it will at
least output digital SP/DIF or AES/EBU. Then I can
route the digital audio into my EgoSys and record from
there. Otherwise I cannot use it, not even under
Windows (requires Windows XP and I only have Win2000).

Any good pointers to USB tools to monitor traffic and
send commands ? I am a software engineer but have
practically no experience with low-level USB protocol.

-- Jan

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