Author Topic: Audio Effects DSP Board  (Read 20736 times)

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mhelin

Re: Audio Effects DSP Board
« Reply #200 on: October 11, 2017, 04:05:49 PM »
Regarding ADAT most converters like my old ADA8000 can receive the word clock sync from host using a BNC cable. However, the conversion quality depends heavily on clock quality, and a local clock is usually preferred because of lesser jitter. xCORE processors can do ADAT protocol handling (NRTZ etc., example https://github.com/xcore/sc_adat ) but it might be better to use dedicated receiver like Coolaudio V1402 (from gabintechglobal.com or Behringer directly) to do the job at least if you want to do some DSP like running a cabinet simulator at the same time. Musicians usually need multiple inputs for recording but can do monitoring in stereo fine. Also when you are recording more than eight channels you must though use the sync cable, but can connect it from one converter box to another and run the host as slave.