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help. Digital filter? how to de-filter? USB audio device



 
 
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Old December 9th 06, 09:30 PM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.hardware_devices
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Default help. Digital filter? how to de-filter? USB audio device

Dear All,

It is for sure that when I send audio data down to USB audio device, Vista
add a digital filter there between. This destroy our application because we
have our own way of package/unpackage data which can tolerate normal
occasional byte missing. But add a filter will totally change it.

What filter they added and how to de-filter it?

I would like to pay for the answer.



 




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