[LAU] Experiences with miniDSP AVB products ?
lau at hellquist.net
Thu Oct 4 15:34:17 CEST 2018
I have two Ultralite AVBs and an AVB switch..
When using linux and running more than one interface, it is almost
necessary to connect to an AVB switch to be able to configure the AVB
devices via the built in html gui
On windows and OSX you get access to the built in gui via the usb
connection so you will be able to configure both interfaces from either end
over the usb-ip link.
It should be possible to connect both avb devices directly without an avb
switch and configure the routing and AVB streams using a supported os and
the have a working setup.
2018-10-02 15:56 GMT+00:00 Len Ovens <len at ovenwerks.net>:
> On Tue, 2 Oct 2018, nik at parkellipsen.de wrote:
> Ohh ok, that'd work with the recent MOTU ? Interesting, that makes the
>> Ultralite AVB worth a closer look. Would that mean i could, like,
>> just attach an N-DAC 8 to the MOTU and see another 8 outputs in JACK ?
>> Sorry if i sound a bit naive but i have no experience with network audio
>> so far ...
> Almost... before starting jack, maybe before plugging in the the
> ultralite's USB even, connect the ndac. Then, using the web app on the
> ultralite... uh, oh... Hmmm I guess that means you already need an AVB type
> switch :) but anyway, using the web app, set up the ultralite to accept the
> 8channel stream from the ndac which will make the utralite have more or
> show more inputs. Now connect the ultralite to the computer and the extra
> channels shoulld show.
> Now I am not sure this is exactly right. The ultralite may show enough
> channels all the time (there is a limit BTW). However, from reading the
> manual, I get the idea that routing still must be performed and that ALSA
> (via USB) can't do that. You need to use the web interface which uses the
> same network port as the AVB network. So a minimal system is an ultralite
> only works as audio interface and the network needs to be connected to your
> computer. The next step to add one AVB endpoint requires an AVB hub as
> well. So that would be three boxes for a minimal remote box system. In my
> case, though I would love to experiment, it will remain on my todo list for
> a long time yet :) My legacy PCI interface will have to do.
> Len Ovens
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