[linux-audio-user] Re: External SB Live USB
cybersean3000 at yahoo.com
Thu Dec 29 19:50:08 EST 2005
Thanks for the reply. I had some returns from the
holiday, and could only get store credit. I had my
eye on one of the Creative Labs X-Fi's, but I don't
see it supported on the ALSA site.
--- Loki Davison <loki.davison at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/30/05, Sean Edwards <cybersean3000 at yahoo.com>
> > Does anybody have the Creative Labs Sound Blaster
> > Live! External USB Sound Card (Model: SB0490)
> > with Linux/alsa?
> > How is the performance? Was it difficult to
> > and setup? What audio software do you use with
> > I am thinking about getting one.
> > -=cybersean3000=-
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> Be afraid of using usb gear like this is you want to
> do low latency
> stuff. Some usb controllers really vary in quality.
> My laptop was
> incapable of running my griffin imic full duplex but
> my desktop runs
> it very well. I'm running it at 128 X 3, with
> standard kernel without
> xruns, though i haven't tried it any lower. The
> griffin is very nice
> if you want just stereo in / out otherwise i'd go
> for a second hand
> pcmcia echo mona, layla or indigo.
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