USBStreamer and miniStreamer

What’s the difference between the USBStreamer and the miniStreamer?

Two configuration that are majorly different when it comes to USB audio implementation and our involvement in the firmware. The miniStreamer supports sample rates up to 96 kHz and has one stereo input and ...

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What sample rates does it support?

The miniStreamer supports sample rates up to 96 kHz. The USBStreamer supports sample rates up to 192 kHz.

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Can I stream native DSD?

No, the USBStreamer and miniStreamer do not support native DSD.

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How do I connect a DAC?

For the miniStreamer: wire a cable from the expansion header to an RCA socket. Use this to connect to an SPDIF input of your DAC. For the USBStreamer: wire I2S-input DACs to the expansion connector (this is an ...

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Can I use it to record an analog signal with the computer?

No, the USBStreamer and miniStreamer do not have an analog input.They only have a digital input (SPDIF or Toslink)

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What is “ADAT”?

ADAT is a standard for transfer of 8 channels of digital audio at 48 kHz over an optical connection. It used in sound production (“pro”) equipment.

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What software can I use for multi-channel output with the USBStreamer?

It depends on your platform and what specifically you are trying to do. For music playback, JRiver and Pure Music support active crossovers and multi-channel output. For music production, many Digital Audio Wor...

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Can I connect two streamers to the computer at the same time?

Yes. This is supported by default on USBStreamers boards delivered from April 2014. If you do happen to have some boards delivered earlier than this date and need a custom firmware, get in touch with us and we'...

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Does the USBStreamer support WASAPI?

Yes, it indeed does and was tested accordingly by our team.

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How can I combine 2 x USBStreamer to one soundcard?

For those of you looking for a 16x16 USB audio interface, combining 2 x USBstreamer will work well. Here are few tips and tricks depending on your software: For Mac users(an OS who understands multichannel Aud...

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