Re: usb soundcard linux
Frank Barknecht <fbar <at> footils.org>
2009-07-01 08:07:49 GMT
the cards listed below are USB 2 cards, so don't expect them to be supported on
Linux yet. It is likely that they at least require a lot of effort (kernel
fiddling, using "beta" source code etc.) and may not even work after that.
You have been warned. ;)
Jaime Oliver hat gesagt: // Jaime Oliver wrote:
> thanks a lot for the info, I'll check it out.
> I am copying this message to the list so that it is available.
> On Tue, Jun 30, 2009 at 9:54 AM, vasja <vasja.progar <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> > hey,
> > i'm replying to your post on pd/list.
> > I have an ESI U24XL card, works perfect in Ubuntu Hardy and Ubuntu Hardy
> > studio. Has only 2 ins and 2 outs though.
> > now i'm looking for a multichannel cards; particulary interesting to me
> > seem:
> > *ESI ESU 1808
> > **EDIROL UA-101
> > **TASCAM US-1641
> > *don't know about tascam, but esi and edirol ussualy have a quite nice
> > support in our beloved os.
> > i'll probably end up buying the low-price (350-400 eur in europe) 18in8out
> > (hm, guess that should suffice for some time) ESI, so i can let you know if
> > it works ok (can take some time though, i'm not all-that-comfortable with
> > money...).
> > anyway, if you too come across anything interesting (that is: if you find a
> > nice usb card that also works really nice in linux), please let me know!
> > best regards,
> > Vasja Progar
> > Slovenia
> > p.s.: my small esi really works fine - playback and recording aok, latency
> > 10ms +/- 2 tested in pd (but as far as i know the usb protocol, it's about
> > the smallest you can get anyway)
> > oh, and another thing: i owned an m-audio audiophile usb; disasterous!
> > don't try, i'd say...
> Jaime E Oliver LR
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