[LAU] ExpressCard sound card (Indigo IOx)

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Date: Friday, July 15, 2011 - 10:45 am

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Hi list.

I have generally been using the onboard sound on my laptop=2C which has gen=
erally been OK on Doze using ASIO4All but due to heavy use the socket is be=
coming intermittent and I've discovered that with Linux (various distros al=
l the same) that it is incredibly hissy and noisy (coming and going sa thin=
g happen life hard drive or CD spin up.)

Anyway I have given up trying to remove that unbearable noise and think it'=
s time to get an external audio interface anyway.

My idea choice would be the RMA Multiface II with ExtraCard asapter but don=
't think I can warrant spending =A3780 when I wont use many of its function=
s a lot of the time.

More budget choice is the Indigo IOx=2C although I know I will miss having =
2x stereo out if I ever want to do a DJ set at =A3150 it makes a lot more s=
ense for an everyday use card I can carry around with the laptop.

So how well do the Echo Indigo cards work with Linux? Current distro of cho=
ice is Fedora 15 (without the CCRMA core as it breaks my computer.)

Thanks. Dale.
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Hi list.I have generally been using the onboard sound on my laptop=
=2C which has generally been OK on Doze using ASIO4All but due to heavy use=
the socket is becoming intermittent and I've discovered that with Linux (v=
arious distros all the same) that it is incredibly hissy and noisy (coming =
and going sa thing happen life hard drive or CD spin up.)Anyway I h=
ave given up trying to remove that unbearable noise and think it's time to =
get an external audio interface anyway.My idea choice would be the =
RMA Multiface II with ExtraCard asapter but don't think I can warrant spend=
ing =A3780 when I wont use many of its functions a lot of the time.=
More budget choice is the Indigo IOx=2C although I know I will miss having =
2x stereo out if I ever want to do a DJ set at =A3150 it makes a lot more s=
ense for an everyday use card&nbsp=3B I can carry around with the laptop.So how well do the Echo Indigo cards work with Linux? Current distro =
of choice is Fedora 15 (without the CCRMA core as it breaks my computer.)Thanks. Dale.
=

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[LAU] ExpressCard sound card (Indigo IOx), Dale Powell, (Fri Jul 15, 10:45 am)
Re: [LAU] ExpressCard sound card (Indigo IOx), Harry van Haaren, (Fri Jul 15, 10:53 am)
Re: [LAU] ExpressCard sound card (Indigo IOx), Dale Powell, (Fri Jul 15, 11:05 am)
Re: [LAU] ExpressCard sound card (Indigo IOx), Harry van Haaren, (Fri Jul 15, 11:14 am)
Re: [LAU] ExpressCard sound card (Indigo IOx), Dale Powell, (Fri Jul 15, 11:49 am)
Re: [LAU] ExpressCard sound card (Indigo IOx), Harry van Haaren, (Fri Jul 15, 12:09 pm)