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It probably a bit overkill for just playing music. Doesn't your normal
do a good enough job at that? Don't get me wrong, the card is perfect, but
it's just wasted money on your use case.
On Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 7:18 PM, nepal wrote:
> Hello Everyone.
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It probably a bit overkill for just playing music. Doesn't your normal =
audiocarddo a good enough job at that? Don't get me wrong, the car=
d is perfect, but I thinkit's just wasted money on your use =
ImmanuelOn Fri, Nov 25, 2011 at 7:1=
8 PM, nepal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I am a mere lurker, sadly no musician, but do really love listening. I
run linux mint and am thinking about treating myself to the above sound
card to improve my listening experience. I'll be running the output to<=
my Kenwood hifi amp using the phonos I expect.
Is the above sound? as in sensible and workable. I'd rather not get
into manually messing with my distro settings if that is possible. Are
there any gotchas to be considered?
Can I just go ahead, buy, and plug and play?
many thanks for any help offered.
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