Hi Paul and Niels,
sorry for the delay in the answer.
On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 2:47 AM, Paul Davis wrote:
I need regular ones.
> regarding the onyxi series, Mr. FFADO (Pieter Palmers) wrote:
I believe in opensource because I'm curious and I don't like secrets.
Following an idea from another alsa developer that answered me before
you I'll keep analog mixer and soundcard separated.
I need also usb as external soundcard (I'm sorry Niels...).
So I'll get notepad 124fx
http://www.soundcraft.com/products/product.aspx?pid=172) and usb
soundcard from http://www.esi-audio.com/products/maya44usb/ .
The music is my hobby and so I'll go on this way.
I have seen that soundcraft writes really nice user guides and I think
it is an opportunity to improve my knowledge in this field.
To add a sound path from PS3 to active speaker I'll get something
similar to this one: http://www.ambery.com/2hddodtsdihd.html .
For the first step I'll have 2X8030A Genelec, Notepad 124fx, Linux PC,
TV Bravia, CD player, Headphones.
Maybe, to do also multichannel 5+1 from, should be better another
soundcard than Maya44usb (I have now an awful 7+1 Creative X-fi that
is not flat at all).
Then I'll add the sub, then ...
If anybody wants to modify the odp file is welcomed.
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