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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
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.