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  • pawelq
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USB interface/DAC USB transfer mode
Is there a way to find out which transfer mode (synchronous, asynchronous, interrupt, whatever) does a USB interface use? I am looking for both an online list of devices with transfer modes they use (if anyone has compiled one) and a method of testing/checking a particular device that one has access to.
Ceterum censeo, there should be an "%is_stop_after_current%".

  • phofman
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USB interface/DAC USB transfer mode
Reply #1
Any detailed usb device lister should provide this information. In linux I would use command lsusb -v. There is lsusb for windows http://blog.circlesoft.com/index.php?/arch...or-windows.html , or usbview from MS http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/wi...v=vs.85%29.aspx .

  • Roseval
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USB interface/DAC USB transfer mode
Reply #2
I use Thesycon USB Descriptor Dumper.
There is a list on my website with USB DACs
http://thewelltemperedcomputer.com/HW/USB_DAC.htm

TheWellTemperedComputer.com

  • pawelq
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USB interface/DAC USB transfer mode
Reply #3
Thank you. It seems that your lists mostly show "audiophile" DACs, anyone has info on "semi-pro"-ish audio interfaces?
Ceterum censeo, there should be an "%is_stop_after_current%".