- Hi Tony If you get this in time, can u set aside a light kit. I am on the road. I will PP u this evening. Thanks Larry Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from myMessage 1 of 37 , Jan 1, 2011View SourceHi Tony
If you get this in time, can u set aside a light kit. I am on the road. I will PP u this evening.
Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry®From: "kb9yig" <kb9yig@...>Sender: email@example.comDate: Sat, 01 Jan 2011 13:53:02 -0000To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>ReplyTo: email@example.comSubject: [softrock40] Lite II Combined kit
Good Morning All,
Circuit boards for the Lite II Combined kit are due in on January 3. At this time I am going to make 100 Lite II Combined kits available on my website. Lite II Combined kit orders will be filled in this coming week.
Thanks and 73,
- Research on Creative s website and around the web. I have an 0204 and with Win 7 it doesn t work. It constantly drops out. They only have beta drivers andMessage 37 of 37 , Jul 7, 2012View Source
Research on Creative's website and around the web.
I have an 0204 and with Win 7 it doesn't work. It constantly drops out. They only have beta drivers and those are from 2010. I can't even find drivers for windows on Creative's site yet I have the beta drivers on the disk that came with it.
Also, on 192kHz with XP x86 on 192kHz it also drops out intermittently. A lot of people do compliment it, though, on the 96kHz range but again only under Windows XP x86.
I searched the internet and a large amount of people have complaints.
It's best not to just go by yes it works, no it doesn't by a few. Research it.
Tim Herrick, KQ8M
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Subject: [softrock40] Re: Lite II Combined kit
Would the Creative Labs e-mu 0202 or the newer 0404 be a good external sound card
to use for SDR?
I'd say it depends how long you stay a newbie and how advanced you get.
In my opinion the 0202 (I think the 0404 will be much the same) is not too good at 192KHz. There is a lot more noise above 48KHz,
rising maybe 30dB at the extremes.
For 192KHz one of the specialised adaptors would be best, USB2SDR or Widget.
No doubt others will disagree, it all depends how critical one is.
And to get the best of the low noise characteristics the gain of a Softrock will need reducing. Unless one insists on 192KHz...
73 Alan G4ZFQ