[ardour-users] Question about Dual ICE1712 M-Audio Cards

Florian Schmidt mista.tapas at gmx.net
Mon May 2 10:43:11 PDT 2005

On Mon, 2 May 2005 01:21:15 -0400
ross at lug.udel.edu wrote:

> On Sat, Apr 30, 2005 at 07:22:05PM -1000, Doug J wrote:
> > I saw a thread in the archives talking about the .asoundrc for running dual 
> > 1010LT cards.  I'm trying to tweak my .asoundrc to make a Delta66 and a 
> > Delta44 run together, but I don't know much about writing an asoundrc file 
> > and alsa-project.org seems to be down so I can't find much documentation.  
> > Does anyone who is running dual ICE1712 cards have a model asoundrc to 
> > share with me to point me in the right direction?
> You won't be able to do it with perfect results - the Delta44 lacks
> any kind of digital synchronization method.  As a result, you'll run
> into drift after a while.
> You really need to use two 66 or 1010 cards - they are able to sync
> over SPDIF.  Then, your samples will all be in sync.

Hmm, won't the ice chip[ still have the nessecary inputs, with them just
not being wired to a physical input? So maybe with some soldering skill
it should be possible to attach a sync signal to it? 


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