Designing a simple I2S to USB audio capture board

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subbu@e2
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Designing a simple I2S to USB audio capture board

Postby subbu@e2 » Thu Feb 13, 2020 11:24 pm

Hello All,

I am new to XMOS and would like to design a simple I2S to USB audio capture device. The goal is to record the data from I2S (PCM/DSD) using audacity or other software. This is will be part of an Audio A to D main board with USB interface.

I would like to get some information on which eval board should I use and can any of the USB to I2S boards available in the market using XMOS processor reprogrammed for this purpose?

Regards,
Subbu
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Postby pastaclub » Thu Apr 02, 2020 2:21 pm

Did you get ahead with this?

I have similar plans: I am generating I2S streams with an FPGA and I'm looking for a way to make them available via UAC2. I think that the XU208 could do the job. But the situation with development boards looks pretty desperate. There seems to be no development board available for the current XU parts at all. There is a multi-channel audio board, but it uses an external PHY.

Not having worked with XMOS before, it feels a bit too much to have to make my own PCB before I can even try anything :(

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