Join David May and Ali Dixon as they discuss the XMOS USB Audio 2 reference design. The design runs over high speed USB, which allows you to use higher quality audio, or more audio channels.
The XMOS reference design can be used as is, or can be customised to build your own product by customizing the example hardware and software provided.
The advantage of XMOS is that it allows for asynchronous USB which means the device can control the rate the data is sent from the host pc to the device allowing it to be the master, thus requiring low jitter clocks, and higher quality audio. By using the XMOS solution you also have a lower latency allowing for bit perfect digital audio and is powered directly from the USB connection.
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