[linux-audio-user] Re: Cheap Ass Gear

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Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2006 - 7:27 pm

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I have one of them.
It works fine with Linux, but it's noisy as hell.
The a/d is fixed gain, and the level control is digital after the a/d.
Not good for noise performance, but you don't have to worry about
dither. :)

If you don't need the portability aspect you will honestly get better
results with the non usb version and a tiny behringer desk for the pre
and an old soundblaster live card for your a/ds. The non usb version is
a little cheaper, so getting it and a few other bits and pieces should
not cost much more.


The good old government. :)


A good album cover is equivilent to 4 extra bits of resolution in the
recording. This may not be true, but it's a SCIENTIFIC FACT.


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