Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Digital Audio Data out of laptop
From: D. Sen (dsen_AT_homemail.com)
Date: Tue May 14 2002 - 17:23:04 EEST
The Hammerfall DSP audio doesnt provide AES/EBU does it? And I am
looking at about 300 Euros for the PCMCIA card and some more for the D/A?
Frank Barknecht wrote:
> D. Sen hat gesagt: // D. Sen wrote:
>>I am looking for suggestions on getting high quality digital data
>>(AES/EBU) format out of my laptop running Linux. So far my solution has
>>been to use a SCSI PCMCIA card and a DATLINK. However there might well
>>be other soluions these days using USB ports and dedicated PCMCIA cards.
>>The LYNX cards work well under windows (and possibly under linux using
>>OSS drivers?) but its not a laptop solution.
> The Hammerfall DSP audio interface of RME just has gotten support in
> ALSA and might be the best quality you can get anywhere. But it is
> very expensive. see http://www.rme-audio.com
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