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Re: USB audio and vibration recording device with driver
2009/4/2 boris defreville <boris.defreville@xxxxxxxxx>:
> With USB sound card I mean the ones that provides continuous courant (ICP)
> and not continuous voltage (48V) i.e. EDIROL and M-Audio soundcard.
I am not sure what do you mean here. 48V is provided for powering
microphophones (phantom power).
> Additionnal features : Symetric cable, BNC connector.
Some of these cards have symmetric (balanced) inputs and/or outputs,
on XLR and/or TRS connectors. You can easily get a connector or a
series of connectors from BNC to any of audio-specific connectors,
like RCA, TRS, TS, or XLR.
> 2009/4/2 Paweł Kuśmierek <pawel.kusmierek@xxxxxxxxx>
>> There are many. See, for example:
>> I am using M-Audio Fast Track Pro (for music listenig), and I am happy
>> with it. E-mu 0202 USB, Tascam 122, Lexicon Alpha, or even Edirol
>> UA1EX or other popular options. They mainly differ in audio-specific
>> devices onboard (like mic preamps), maximum sampling frequency, SNR
>> (though it's typically very good anyway) and whether they are USB1.1
>> or 2.0. The latter is important if you need multichannel recording.
>> Approximately with USB1.1 you can play 2 channels 96kHz/24bit, or
>> record 2ch 96/24, or record 2ch 48/24 while playing 2ch 48/24, or go
>> for 4in/2out (or vice versa) at 48/16.
>> Hope that helps,
>> Pawel Kusmierek PhD
>> Laboratory of Integrative Neuroscience and Cognition (LINC)
>> Department of Physiology and Biophysics
>> Georgetown University Medical Center
>> The Research Building WP23
>> 3970 Reservoir Road NW
>> Washington, DC 20007
>> phone: +1 202 687-8851 or 8028, fax: +1 202 687-0617
> Boris DEFREVILLE
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Pawel Kusmierek PhD
Laboratory of Integrative Neuroscience and Cognition (LINC)
Department of Physiology and Biophysics
Georgetown University Medical Center
The Research Building WP23
3970 Reservoir Road NW
Washington, DC 20007
phone: +1 202 687-8851 or 8028, fax: +1 202 687-0617