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Re: AUDITORY Digest - 23 May 2002 to 24 May 2002 (#2002-84)

On Fri, May 24, 2002 at 10:14:51PM -0700, Dr. Leon Deouell wrote:
> Hi,
> Does anyone have recommendations for a PC notebook with particularly good
> sound card?

>From my experience, there are alot of electronics in lapies which are
compacted close to sound card electronics. Electromagnetic inductance
and capacitance will throw sound when you pump it loud. Particularly
fans which cool ya system.
In short I think the majority of Lappies ship with standard audio
chipsets, which in general these days are more then reasonable quality.

I have gained USB sound cards quite lound at many different venues. They
sell in Sydney for about $400 AU a pop (second hand). Well worth the
investment and my recommendation for a cheap but good audio setup.


> Thanks,
> Leon Deouell (deouell@socrates.berkeley.edu)
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Dr. Leon Deouell, M.D., Ph.D.
> University of California, Berkeley
> 4143 Tolman # 5050
> Berkeley, CA 94720-5050
> Tel: 510-6439744
> Fax:510-6421196


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