Subject: Re: [linux-audio-dev] laptop sound
From: John Thaden (jjthaden_AT_flash.net)
Date: Tue Nov 28 2000 - 17:55:10 EET
This may beg the question, but IBM laptops, and probably others, can be
mounted on docking ports that then let you use the soundcard of your
choice, add extra high-speed hard drives, etc. I say 'begs the question'
because much of your recording functionality will only be as portable as
your dock is. I presently use an IBM 765L P166 and an IBM SelectaDock II
in this way. Things I can do away from the dock are edit midi and audio
files, and listen to product at low fidelity using the laptop's crappy sound.
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