> On Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 2:33 PM, Erik Gustavsson <cyrano@...> wrote:
>>> Hello Erik,
>>> On Wed, January 14, 2009 12:25, Erik Gustavsson wrote:
>>>> It then occurred to me that it would be pretty neat to integrate DRC
>>>> directly in the "box" and make the system completely self contained.
>>> may be that, by reducing a lot of "safety" parameters of DRC, used
>>> avoid circular convolution artifacts, you will be able to let it run on
>>> system. By reducing them you also make the computation quicker. BTW you
>>> the risk of reducing the filter quality too.
>> I did some tests on my Linux laptop, using ulimit to cap the virtual
>> memory size of DRC to 60MB. I took erb-44.1.drc and modified some
>> until the whole run completed without crashing.
> Check out http://www.digispeaker.com it is an open source/hardware project.
> The idea is to put a CPU and amp right inside each speaker box and
> then use powerline networking to control them.
A very cool project!
> Low end embedded CPUs with FPUs...
> Freescale mpc5200 - well supported by linux
> Cirrus ep9302 - too slow for tri-amping
> NXP 3240 - new, haven't tried it, slower than mpc5200
> Freescale MX31 - faster but significantly more complex than mpc5200
> Marvell - Orion, don't call unless you have $1M in the bank
> TI - OMAP, don't call unless you have $1M in the bank
Thanks for the pointers.