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Fri Jul 14 19:30:51 EDT 2017

A decent audio transport

What about using SPDIF or something similar over CAT5e?  It shouldn't
be too hard to make that work.

TCP really sucks.  UDP might work for dedicated link.
But I wonder.  Why not a simple digital protocol.

There are commercial solutions.

But even simpler: analog:

https://www.jeffgeerling.com/articles/computing/2015/everything-over-cat5#audio
https://www.jeffgeerling.com/articles/audio-video/xlr-mic-level-balanced-audio-over-cat5e


So that should not be a problem.


Still I like the idea of using Ethernet in some kind of low-latency
broadcasting setup.  Maybe learn how to use RTSP/RTP?




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