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Re: microphone A/D converter

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  • steve_m0zeh
    Hi Grant, Yes you re right I over looked that, well done. I thought I was on to something for a minute. Mind you I still think it pays to talk...
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 2, 2011
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      Hi Grant,
      Yes you're right I over looked that, well done. I thought I was on to something for a minute. Mind you I still think it pays to talk...

      --- In softrock40@yahoogroups.com, Grant Wagner <Kithera1980@...> wrote:
      >
      > I say no, as I'm going to guess the usb mic is mono sampling only. A
      > Stereo connection would be required for a softrock. Maybe if you had
      > two of them, but that would require the software to use two seperate
      > input devices to build up the quadrature signal. I'm not sure any one
      > does.
      >
      > In short, it's probably better to buy a cheap $20 usb sound card.
      >
      > On Fri, 02 Sep 2011
      > 15:31:43 -0000 "steve_m0zeh" <hsdx@...> wrote:
      >
      > > I have a YOGA DM-564U
      > > <http://www.yoga.com.tw/style/content/CN-10-2c/product_detail.asp?lang=2\
      > > &customer_id=2000&name_id=78835&rid=39708&id=222419> microphone which
      > > is USB. It occured to me the A/D converter could be connected to a
      > > Softrock. The max frequency is only 48 kHz but would suffice for my
      > > needs. Any thoughts on this? I guess the preamp of the mic. would
      > > have to be bypassed and disconnected. Steve-M0ZEH
      >
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