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Thread Is there any soundcard wich is both cheap and good?

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bartbart

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1 Posted on 02/06/2004 at 00:36:47
Hi,

I'm not yet really into audio-recording.

I've planned to buy a computer to do some recording (looking for some secondhand-stuff). Thinking about a 1,2 ghz with 512 MB ram. Something like that. All these machines have souncards onboard. Can I possibly use such a card to do audiorecording? Or do I really need to buy one? What should I spend?

Thanks!
Krowms

Krowms

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2 Posted on 02/06/2004 at 08:44:07
Problems for most of the onboard audio card are:
- not appropriate connector (small jack)
- bad connector
- noise
- limited to 16 bit/44kHz
- high latency

So, I think it's really much better buying a real sound card ;-)
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