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I'm wondering if anyone is using a E-MU 1212M sound card
with the SDR1000 and if there is any benefits over using the supported
M-Audio D44. I currently run my SDR 1000 with the D44 Card on a AMD 2800+ &
1 Ghz RAM with XP SP2. I'm not unhappy with the performance but it appears
on paper that the E-MU has better characteristics then D44 and from doing
some googling it appears the DSp chip in it is similar to HPSDR board the
E-MU is certainly more economically priced then the Edirol FA-66??
Any comments or suggestions gratefully received.
Paul - VK3FPG
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