[linux-audio-user] Quattro USB

Wade Winright wade at northwestvision.com
Wed Apr 21 01:24:38 EDT 2004

Thanks again for the reply, and I may take your advice and stay completely 
away from USB.

On that note, has anyone had any luck, good or bad, with the Digigram PCMCIA 
cards? I see notes of a Linux driver on thier site, and it is listed at 
alsa-project. Looking at the VX Pocket 440. If it works, it looks like a 


On Tuesday 20 April 2004 9:30 pm, Reuben Martin wrote:
> > Thanks for the reply,
> > As I am only in the posession of a laptop, PCI is not an option.
> > Are there any PCMCIA otions out there, or should I wait until
> > Firewire/USB 2.0
> > becomes more available?
> I don't think the audio spec changes with USB 2.0. That would make
> backwards compatability a little tough, but I may be wrong. I'm not
> familiar enough with firewire and PCMCIA audio devices to provide useful
> advice on their pros and cons.
> Using a laptop, you may not have much of a choice but to use a USB device.
> In that case maybe some people on this list could provide you with some
> advice on success (or lack thereof) when using USB devices with Jack.
> There's lots of reference to troubles with the Quattro on the Jack Dev
> list, so try looking around and see if there's anything that works better
> before settling on what you want to buy.
> -Reuben

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