So here's my project. I want to build a transmit/receive system (pair of RPi's) that would handle a low-latency (less than 10ms would by ideal) audio transmission over the Internet.
I know there is latency that is uncontrollable (network hops, switches, DNS servers, etc, etc. .. ) but from my research, they add very little delay, and it would be less than considerable.
Ideally, I'd have an audio-in and an audio-out port on each RPi.... along with a connection "procedure" to connect both RPi's together ... I would prefer not using a server based system, again to reduce latency... peer-to-peer would be needed.
So basically, does anyone know if a similar project has been worked on ?
There are tons of other projects that handle audio transmission over the Internet, but they take very little consideration of the latency.
Latency is very important for this project, as I would like to have both units to output/input practically at the same time.
Any ideas would be much appreciated !