On 04/11/2014 11:21 PM, Ivica Ico Bukvic wrote:
Please search the list archive. It's a recurring question. Also see
tldr: it works very well under Linux, it's durable (runs here since > 2
years almost continuously powered on) and it has a sturdy metal body.
Quality wise its preamps beat the ones from the UA-25 and Scarlett 18i6
by a margin of a few dBs of noise-floor (measured with jnoisemeter,
200Ohm termination), but let me get back to you with precise numbers
after Fons' measurement workshop at the LAC. The analog gain dials of
the 1818VSL do latch and there's no drift.
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