Re: [LAU] linux audio ready in 5 minutes - using which distro and interface?

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Date: Sunday, December 9, 2007 - 6:06 pm

Hallo, hat gesagt: // wrote:

> Most don't qualify because I want a mic in without needing a preamp and

I think, the UA-25 has preamps and phantom power.

> I haven't found the Alesis IO/2 on the usb or the alsa page,

For USB cards, you're better off with the page.

> but it looks nice. Others my search has turned up: tascam us-122l

The Phase 26 doesn't have preamps or phantom power for mics, you'd
need to use condenser mics with it. It's still a great card, though, I
have it myself.

And careful with the Tascams. Some of these require firmware to be
loaded, so make sure that's included with your live Linux CD/stick.

> They aren't the cheapest but around 200 is still fine for me and I'm

The Phase 26 can be bought without the MS-Windows software for much
less (a wellknown large mailorder in Europe has it for 129,- and the
Alesis IO|2 for 139,-)

Frank Barknecht _ ______footils.org__
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