I'm trying to program two instances of the same loudspeaker with one instance of Sigma studio and USBi, but I have hit a brick wall. The procedure explained here wont work, because speakers A and B are separate, and must be tested at varying distances to each other.
Laptop USB port 1 -> USBi -> speaker A (ADAU 1466)
Laptop USB port 2 -> USBi -> speaker B (ADAU 1466)
Ideally, I would like to:
1. be able to program both speaker A and B with the same sigma studio file in one go (the solution explained here
2. and, be able to program both speaker A and B with different programs, but from the same instance of Sigma studio.
Is there a way I can configure the USBi block in HW config to achieve this? Or any other way?
Added explanation of why https://ez.analog.com/dsp/sigmadsp/w/documents/5177/can-i-program-multiple-sigmadsps-in-parallel-using-one-usbi wont work.
[edited by: ARanch at 8:35 AM (GMT -4) on 24 Jun 2021]