[clug] Looking for USB sound hardware
jeffm at ghostgun.com
Sun Feb 10 15:54:42 MST 2013
Thanks for the info but already ordered one of the units from dx. Will
look up the specs and keep in mind for future reference.
On 8/02/13 6:46 PM, Paul Wayper wrote:
> On 02/07/2013 11:12 AM, jm wrote:
> > Does anyone know of a reasonably priced external sound card/dongle?
> > 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.
> Kate and I recently bought a Xenyx 302 USB-powered mixer that's also a USB
> input and output and fulfils all of youre requirements. We plugged it
> Fedora 16 and it Just Worked, recording a microphone straight to Audacity
> without any problems. It was about $80 from memory from Pirana Music in
> Hope this helps,
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