If you dont need optical or adat. An Maudio Delta 1010 can be had for
~$600us, in fact I got a demo from Mars for $499, because they did not
have the m$ based sw that came with it, darn ;-) It has everything the
Layla has except optical, and Adat i/o. Or for ~$800 you can get an RME
H-DSP with a multiface box, it has everything the Layla has, and you can
hook it up to a laptop too. The Layla looks to be ~$1000, so its more
expensive, than the Maudio or RME products. Also RME and Maudio have
been big supporters of the Linux audio community, so why not vote with
your dollar? In fact the HDSP Linux driver came out around the same time
the product became available, hows that for support?
On Sun, 2002-09-29 at 05:18, Christian Schoenebeck wrote:
Es geschah am Samstag, 28. September 2002 21:02 als
Paul Winkler schrieb:
AFAIK there are no drivers for any echo cards for
Not ALSA, not OSS, not anything. I would be happy to hear otherwise....
Damn, you're right. I looked to the old ALSA page
) and didn't see they're marked grey.
Is there else a demand for this device? Means, should we write a driver?
Or can anybody recommend an alternative?
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