I havent used them seriously enough yet to answer
those you need to ask Paul that
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Sent: Wednesday, June 03, 2015 7:01
Subject: Re: LF: Re: USB stereo
Sorry, i have to add more detailed questions,
maybe you can answer them:
-Are there any spikes on certain frequencies,
e.g. 8 kHz?
-What is the noise floor shown in SpecLab (in 1 Hz BW) ?
it possible to disable any nerving 'sound boosters', AGC, etc..?
use them for amateur radio without a decoupling AF transformer, i.e.
Thanks, that is a good hint, exactly what i want, even more than i
Do you use them for amateur radio? Are you happy with them? Any
Hi Stefan you could try looking for
SD-AUD20101. Dont buy from China buy from the US on eBay that isa bit more
expensive depending on the postage. The descriptions are misleading some
say mono mic but on the genuine article it is definitely stereo. These are
the units that Paul Nicholson uses they will sampleat 96kb/sec. They are
also available via Amazon. The maker is Syba, my last pair came from
Novatek Technology Inc in Chino CA ....I think a pair cost about
40euro equivalent including postage.
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Wednesday, June 03, 2015 5:43 PM
LF: USB stereo soundcard, CHEAP!?
On my remote RX i'm using a cheap
USB-soundcard (attachment), which runs very well! However it has just a
What i need is such a soundcard with
stereo microphone inputs. It has to be such a cheap and
compact one, i.e. for example NOT a EMU0202 or similar stuff. 16 bit and
48 kS/s is totally sufficient. It would be nice if the mic-GND is at one
potential with the USB-shield, just to avoid problems.
someone know one and where to order it?