[ubuntu-uk] USB sound device for recording line-in to a laptop?

Chris Weaver chris at resonancefm.com
Mon Sep 8 10:53:16 BST 2008

The M-Audio transit is very good in this respect. Simply a small box on the
end of a USB cable with line in  and Line / optical Out. I've used one at
the Radio station I work for years (although I cannot say what the situation
is like under Ubuntu - other M-Audio products seem to be supported)

Price should be around £60

- chris Weaver

2008/9/8 Adam Funk <a24061 at ducksburg.com>

> Would anyone like to recommend an external USB sound-device with a
> line-in input, suitable for recording from a hi-fi line-level
> connection using Audacity?  I have no idea what to search for or what
> the price ranges are like.
> A 3.5 mm or 2.5 mm stereo jack would be fine, or even a pair of RCA
> jacks.  This is for a laptop running Ubuntu that has a mono microphone
> jack but no line-in.
> Thanks,
> Adam
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Chris Weaver
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