Re: Wireless Audio for Research (Stefan Strahl )

Subject: Re: Wireless Audio for Research
From:    Stefan Strahl  <stef@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Mon, 8 Dec 2014 01:20:02 +0100

Hi David :) If you feel adventurous and the distance is not too large you could try if you can replicate - there 24 Bit SPDIF is send via a standard wireless NTSC transmitter - quite a hack but seems plausible... :) stefan On Sat, Dec 6, 2014 at 7:43 PM, Landsberger, David <David.Landsberger@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi All, > > I was wondering if anyone had thoughts about wireless audio connections > for research. We are running our spectral resolution task (SMRT; > on a small windows 8.1 tablet. It would be nice > for the audio to be transferred wireless to the speakers. I am > considered about degrading the signal quality. > > Any suggestions on how to do this without adding signal noise or lossy > data compression? I understand bluetooth is not acceptable. What > about using airplay, miracast, or chromecast? Has anyone had luck / > experience with these technologies for wireless PC audio streaming of > quality acceptable for psychoacoustic research? > > Thanks, > David > > -- > David Landsberger, Ph.D. > Assistant Professor > Department of Otolaryngology > NYU School of Medicine > 550 1st Avenue NBV 5E5 > New York, NY 10016 > >

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