[RDD] Fwd: What reliable ALSA cards are you using?

Hoggins! fuckspam at wheres5.com
Mon Jan 6 12:51:20 EST 2014


Hello,

I second that. We are using a bunch of Delta-44 (and one Delta-66), and
they never failed us.

    Hoggins!

Le 06/01/2014 18:45, Sébastien Leblanc a écrit :
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> From: *Sébastien Leblanc* <leblancsebas at gmail.com
> <mailto:leblancsebas at gmail.com>>
> Date: 6 January 2014 12:44
> Subject: Re: [RDD] What reliable ALSA cards are you using?
> To: Alan Smith <alansmith at flinn.com <mailto:alansmith at flinn.com>>
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> The Delta 44 by M-AUDIO is a general purpose, fair quality sound card
> that is well supported on Linux, might want to give it a try.
>
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> On 6 January 2014 12:17, Alan Smith <alansmith at flinn.com
> <mailto:alansmith at flinn.com>> wrote:
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>     A new project may require me to put together 3 systems.  They will
>     be basically similar to a sat network type setup, and only
>     required to play liners, IDs, and stopsets.
>
>     The ASI cards are way too much for this type application.
>
>     Any recommendations on some good, reliable, currently available
>     alsa sound cards, preferably PCI?  These systems will be located
>     in other cities with no direct access to the machines, so the
>     reliability aspect is the most important.
>
>     Thanks!
>
>     -Alan
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