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Re: USB audio and vibration recording device with driver

Hi Boris,

I have tried the Microport Pro USB audio solution :

It meets your specifications and is powered by USB as well.

Even better, it works with Real Time Linux (Linux with the pre-emptive
realtime patch applied - see Ubuntu realtime - which installs like
magic !!!)


On Thu, 2009-04-02 at 18:36 +0200, boris defreville wrote:
> Hi list,
> Does anyone knows any external USB audio aquisition interface (24bits,
> USB powered: 5V, 480mA,  for audio and vibration measurments) that is
> directly recognized by Windows as a soundcard (i.e. enable audio
> recording with software like Audacity or Audition) ?
> We tried Roga DAG2 but there is no gain control avalaible and its only
> 16 bits
> National Instrument's devices let only the user records and analyses
> files with his (proprietary) softwares (Dasylab and LabView).
> Any suggestion?
> Thanks