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Re: [linrad] audio channels
I haven't tested the SB Audigy yet. I believe the Audigy also uses the
EMU10K1 chipset. If so, the performance should be similar to the SB-Live.
The SB-Live is a reasonably good card. My only complain is the mixer,
which is too complex (too many controls) to configure. Some obscure mixer
controls can raise the noise floor if not turned off.
On Fri, 23 May 2003, Peter van Daalen wrote:
> Hi Edson,
> Did you happen to test ( one of ) the 96 KHz Creative ( Audigy and Audigy
> 2 ) ?
> I intend to buy one for Linrad purpose.
> 73, Peter PE1ECM
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Edson Pereira" <edson@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> > For good performance, the soundcard should have very little distortion,
> > good balance between channels, very low crosstalk, very good dynamic
> > range, and also very low noise. It is not easy to find soundcards that
> > meets the criteria above. I have tested some not so cheap soundcards >
> > -- Edson, 7n4ncl