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Re: PC sound cards


We are currently looking into the issue of multichannel audio
interfaces for our anechoic chamber.  We were told that the Echo Gina
has very low noise, distortion, etc.  I believe that Neil Viemeister
uses it in his lab and is very pleased.  He runs all of his
experiments with a Gina and Matlab.  It is also very inexpensive..

Here's the website:

The Gina has eight channels of analog output.  Matlab drivers are
available, but not from Echo

Erick Gallun
Hafter Auditory Lab
UC Berkeley

At 12:20 PM -0800 1/29/03, Pierre Divenyi wrote:
Dear Colleagues,

Is there  a PC sound card with specifications indicating a high enough
quality (linearity, harmonic distortion, channel separation) that would
make it suitable for use in auditory experiments?

Thank you in advance for any information leading to the arrest of the suspect.

All the best,


Pierre Divenyi, Ph.D.      Chief, Speech and Hearing Research (151)
                                     V.A. Medical Center and East Bay
                                for Research and Education
                           Martinez, CA 94553, USA
Phone:             +1 (925) 370-6745
Fax:                       +1 (925) 229-3035
E-mail :                       pdivenyi@ebire.org