[LAU] from cassette/LP to cd (which hardware?)

drew Roberts zotz at 100jamz.com
Tue Dec 18 12:00:03 EST 2007

If you are thinking of buying gear to d othe job, I have wondered about these:


all the best,


On Tuesday 18 December 2007 11:21, Julien Claassen wrote:
> Save yourself some trouble and don't use your average onboard soundcard. At
> least take something that's external like a simple usb device or at least a
> nice PCI soundcard. I know creative has some USB-cards, don't know: are
> they supported? Anyone?
>   For two reasons: 1. when you record you might get extract unwanted
> noise/buzzing. 2. For playback, you might hear something trying to clean
> up, but there's really nothing there.
>   Best do it with headphones or nice speakers, connect you PC to your
> stereo, if you've got an OK one.
>   If you're really cleaning records, not tapes, I think it's wise to use
> your cards mic-inputs or use a good phono-amp. Otherwise my bet would be do
> it as simple and short as possible. So exclude everything that's not
> needed, it might add additional "audio dirt".
>   Kinest regards
>       Julien
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