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Re: Eliminating musical sound card problems

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  • kd4e
    Anyone want to try a Creative SoundBlaster USB MP3+ external device? http://www.soundblaster.com/products/mp3+/ Two Line-In and two Line-Out RCA connectors.
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 3, 2007
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      Anyone want to try a Creative SoundBlaster USB
      MP3+ external device?

      http://www.soundblaster.com/products/mp3+/

      Two Line-In and two Line-Out RCA connectors.
      Optical-In and Optical-Out
      Phones and Mic-In 1/8" connectors
      Volume Control.
      Included CD adds tons of features.

      Not as Linux-friendly as I had hoped so I am
      selling it. Perhaps someone else can put it
      to good use.

      Was $39. on sale plus shipping ...
      Asking $35. Incl. shipping USA, orig. box, etc.

      > A 2nd sound device such as a Creative, Griffin iMic, or perhaps the new
      > TigerTronics all-in-one device, will go a long way towards eliminating
      > this phenomenon, as Windows, if I am not mistaken, generates its noise
      > on the primary card.
      > I do this on Linux in my shack.
      > 73, Leigh/WA5ZNU


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