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Re: low-latency audio I/O for Windows
The TASCAM US-122L USB 2.0 Audio/MIDI claims to be "zero-latency direct
input monitoring" in case that's of any use to you? It has 2 XLR mic inputs
and phantom power, headphone output, analogue I/O controls and operates up
to 96kHz with 24-bit resolution, as well as MIDI I/O. I've used it and am
pleased with it so far. Also, Windows/Mac compatible.
--On Wednesday, October 3, 2007 13:32 -0700 "Freed, Dan" <DFreed@xxxxxxx>
Dear Auditory List Members:
I'm looking for a low-latency audio interface device for use with
Windows computers. The goal is to perform real-time signal processing
on the PC for the purpose of developing and testing hearing aid DSP
algorithms. Consequently I need to keep the hardware-related signal
delay to a minimum.
Unfortunately, manufacturers generally don't include latency in their
specifications, and tech support and sales people don't seem to have
latency information either. So I'm hoping that people on this list can
point me at some acceptable devices.
My target is a total input-to-PC-to-output delay <= 3 ms at 48 kHz. I'd
prefer an external device (USB or FireWire). Other desirable features
include a mic input, a headphone output, analog I/O level controls, and
support for a wide range of sampling rates (16, 24, and 32 kHz would be
nice). But the critical feature is the low latency; I can work around
Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Dept. of Human Communication Sciences & Devices
House Ear Institute
2100 W. Third St.
Los Angeles, CA 90057 USA
José Ignacio Alcántara, M.A., Ph.D.
Department of Experimental Psychology
University of Cambridge
Cambridge CB2 3EB
Fellow and Tutor,
Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biological)
Cambridge CB3 0DG
Phone: 44 (0)1223 764412 (Department)
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