On 12/27/2011 04:20 PM, Daniel Mack wrote:
> On 12/26/2011 12:50 PM, athos bacchiocchi wrote:
>> On 17 November 2011 19:26, Daniel Mack<zonque@...
>> <mailto:zonque@...>> wrote:
>> As I suspected - wonderfully class compliant.
>> Do you have access to a Mac? Would be interesting to see if that device
>> would be handled well by the generic driver in OS X (that is, without
>> their proprietary driver). Any chance you can test this?
>> Sorry for the delay, getting my hands on a mac took longer than i
>> thought. I tried to connect the usbpre to a macbook with snow leopard,
>> and without proprietary drivers the card is seen by the sistem, i can
>> select it in the audio options, but it doesn't emit any sound. And, like
>> in ubuntu, the led front panel on the device remains irresponsive.
> Ok, then this hardware is provably not class compliant, at least wrt to
> streaming. Someone would need to reverse-egineer the protocol and
> implement support in the snd-usb Linux driver. Or ask Sound Devices to
> reveal some documentation about their protocol.
I'm guessing it's the usbpre1 ? I have the USBpre2 and it works very
well on linux, except not in usb2 mode, even tho it's class compliant
even in usb2 mode.