14 results found for "USBStreamer"
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...Read Article
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 ...Read Article
It depends on your platform and what specifically you are trying to do. - For audio playback, JRiver and Pure Music supports active crossovers and multi-channel output. - For audio recording, many Digital Audio...Read Article
Yes, however each one needs a unique USB ID so they don’t conflict. The USB ID is set in firmware, so each must have a different firmware package loaded. If the software download doesn’t contain enough firmware...Read Article
No, the USBStreamer and miniStreamer do not have an analog input.They only have a digital input (SPDIF or Toslink)Read Article
The USBStreamer and MCHStreamer are USB Audio Class 2 (UAC2) compliant, so yes, as long as you have ASIO 2.0 drivers on your Linux computer. However you will need to configure your operating system and DAW (Dig...Read Article
The USBStreamer and MCHStreamer support only one protocol type, depending on the firmware loaded. If you have the ADAT firmware loaded and want to use TOSLINK (SPDIF), please load one of the TOSLINK firmware ve...Read Article