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Re: a-d converters

Subject: Re: a-d converters
From: Rob Danielson <>
Date: Wed, 25 Aug 2004 11:56:52 -0500
Those built into PCI audio cards are the way to go for all but the
highest end. If your card is an older one, you can probably get
better sounding card for even $80-$150. I'd start off checking the
user's list for my audio software for suggestions about quality and
driver compatibility.  Rob D.

At 2:34 PM +0000 8/25/04, 1GDW wrote:
>I am shopping for an a-d converter, are there any external devices
>out there for under 50 dollars that will do a better job than my


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