[LAU] does ESI esp1010e work with Linux? What soundchip?

Niels Mayer nielsmayer at gmail.com
Fri Aug 6 18:33:58 UTC 2010


This looks suspiciously like an ice1712 and not ice1724 (like on the
ESI  juli@/maya) given that it tops out at 96K in a time when HD
fashion demands 192K... Also the two midi ports, and 8 I/O's and
SPDIF, just like ice1712 (?):

But on a PCIe bus? And with a low-profile card (excellent for pairing
w/ a uatx mobo and a htpc case.)


perhaps this "ESI ESP 1010" is a different model?
says it works partially, but claims it a 1724, which I'm still not
convinced it is given the above... )

>ESI DSP 2000, ESI ESP 1010
>According to a post in the JackLab support forum both the ESI DSP 2000 and the ESI ESP 1010 should work. The former (DSP) is fully supported, the >latter (ESP) lacks software controls for headphone volume and microphone preamps, therefore some channels are not useable.


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