laptop soundcard

niko jeremaja.niko at
Tue Apr 8 23:49:33 BST 2008

hi everybody
very cheap
BEHRINGER "U-Control UCA202"
i plan to get one of those and it should work out of the box

hollunder at wrote:
> On Tue, 8 Apr 2008 22:15:01 +0000
> "simone" <cimo75 at> wrote:
>> My recommendation is NOT to get  a Tascam122
>> On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 10:02 PM, Luis de Bethencourt
>> <luisbg at> wrote:
>>> Hello guys,
>>> I will be adding some cool bookshelf speakers to my sound setup
>>> soon, but this type of speakers need an amplified signal. So I need
>>> a new soundcard that has this output.
>>> It needs to work with in a linux laptop, preferably with a good
>>> latency line in (just need 1 in and 1 out) and fairly cheap (not top
>>> notch multi features you never use non-sense).
>>> Line in will be for mixxx's vinyl control, and line out for the
>>> obvious hi-fi sound.
>>> Any recomendations?
>>> Luis de Bethencourt
>>> pd: I've seen awesome bookshelf speaker kits...
>>> but they are only available in australia :( any recomendations for a
>>> european?
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> I'd personally probably get active speakers. Tell me if you find some
> nice ones ;)
> However, if your current soundcard is insufficient that alone won't
> help.
> I got me the edirol UA-25, which is in about the same league as the
> tascam-122, usb 2 channel, and it works fine as far as I can tell,
> but, it may have too many features for your needs.
> Others in the same league are the alesis io2 I think and at least one
> other were I can't remember the name. Maybe you can find my thread at
> the lau list.
> Best Regards,
> 	Philipp

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