USB Speakers, anyone?
camerongary at home.com
Wed Aug 22 21:58:35 PDT 2001
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On Wednesday 22 August 2001 09:29 pm, you wrote:
> > Good Evenin' Everyone,
> > Has anyone used USB speakers? I'm thinking of building a new PC and I
> > thought it might be fun to try some USB speakers. I have heard that the
> > sound is a bit better, since the D-A conversion takes place outside of
> > the PC. The audio module is compiled and loads properly, but ...
> I was thinking about that a while ago, but doing a simple search on the
> net i found a number of articles negatively addressing this topic.
> However, this is what i found right now:
Cool. Thanks for the link. My google searching mostly turned up old, 2.2
and 2.4.0-test? kernel stuff, and discouraging stuff. It should be fairly
easy, load a module, plug in the speakers, cat something to /dev/dsp1 or
whatever. We'll see. Some place was advertising $1.99 speakers! Why not
give it a try, that's what I say . . .
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