Re: [softrock40] SoftRock with Mac OS X and M-Audio Transit
- At 04:00 PM 1/5/2008, you wrote:
>My hamshack machine is a Mac Mini. I use it for logging and for theI also recently bought a Mac Mini with Leopard and I'm very happy
>digital modes. For RTTY, PSK31, etc. there is nothing on Windows that
>beats the performance of W7AY's cocoaModem. I have not tried
>Sebastian's program on it yet as I've been playing in the RTTY contest
>off and on today. But I think that the Mac Mini and the M-Audio
>Transit would work well. You should be able to sample at 96 kHz and
>use the built in audio output for receive audio, thus avoiding the
>M-Audio "we lied about our sound card" issue ;-) I also plan to try to
>get gnuradio built and running under OS X when I get a chance.
with it, I also have Fusion installed with XP and it runs well. I
have always like Mac's, after cleaning the garage recently and
getting rid of some, I still have besides my new Mini;
G4 Gigabit with dual 2 GHz CPU's upgrade.
G3 with a 1 GHz G4 upgrade in it
Beige Power PC desktop with 1 GHz G4 upgrade.
The original Mac from 1984, and it still works.
I'm seriously considering buying a large 24" iMac and use the Mini
for ham use, but first I have to save my money for Dayton.
I'm doing some self training and need MySQL, Apache, PHP, ASP.NET,
and a few other goodies loaded onto a machine so I can play at
writing web based applications, I will be using the G4 with Tiger as
a server, because I can turn it on and forget about it, no crashing no noise.
"Blessed are the cracked, for they shall let in the light."