[clug] Looking for USB sound hardware

Steve Walsh steve at nerdvana.org.au
Wed Feb 6 23:01:48 MST 2013

We used the Yahama Audiogram units for the LCA audio capture. Most of 
the kits are the Audiogram-1, which is no longer in use, or the 
Audiogram-3, but they also make a -6 model, with the -6 series taking 2 
mic inputs and switchable mono/stereo options.



On 02/07/2013 11:12 AM, jm wrote:
> Does anyone know of a reasonably priced external sound card/dongle? That
> fit these requirements,
> * 2 channel output
> * 2 channel input (prefer amplified input)
> * USB connection to computer.
> * powered off the USB bus.
> * drivers should be the USB  standard audio driver and in the standard
> Linux kernel.
> * It must have a well documented protocol (it's no good to me if I can't
> get a program to speak to it).
> * Easily portable (ie small and light weight).
> * Reasonable priced. Preferably cheap.
> Has anyone know were I can buy such a thing? The cheap and even some of
> the more expensive USB sound devices I've found are output only or only
> have a mono microphone.
> Jeff.

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