I've never used Echo's products, but the ALSA wiki seems to suggest there's
some basic functionality there:
On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 5:15 PM, Martin T <m4rtntns(a)gmail.com> wrote:
thank you for the reply! All I found from RME product line for
ExpressCard is the HDSPe
adapter which seems to provide interface to external RME I/O-boxes
like "Multiface II" or "Digiface". This setup would be bit overkill
and nothing but compact. Last but not least, this would be too
expensive. I would like to keep this ExpressCard sound card below
Any other suggestions? I'm especially interested in experience with
Echo "Indigo IOx ExpressCard" sound card in Linux environment.
2012/12/10 Ian Dunham <iandunham(a)gmail.com>om>:
Check out RME's solutions. They are highly
supported in Linux and are the
best converters in the industry.
On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 1:51 PM, Martin T <m4rtntns(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I would like to buy high-quality sound card for my laptop. There are
no other requirements besides quality audio output, ExpressCard 34 or
54 form-factor and single 3.5mm TRS jack socket. Has anyone tested
Echo "Indigo IOx ExpressCard" sound card under Linux(I mainly use
Debian or Debian-based distributions)? According to indigoiox.c C
source file in ALSA source tarball, Echo "Indigo IOx ExpressCard"
seems to be supported. Any practical experience with this particular
sound card under Linux? In addition, what sort of improvement I should
expect compared to Intel Corporation N10/ICH 7 Family High Definition
Audio Controller? Or should I prefer some other high-quality sound
card for ExpressCard slot?
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