I know echo audio makes Type II Cardbus cards for laptops. I don't know how
good they are though.
We use a Echo Gina 24/96 PC Card with Break Out Box and I like it!
There website is here: http://www.echoaudio.com/
Notre Dame Archives
At 09:15 PM 8/29/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>Hi. I'm a new member of ARSC. I really enjoyed the conference in Phila. and
>find the list very informative.
>I have a technical question about digital audio recording and editing with a
>laptop. I know very little about digital recording, but am going to be doing
>it for some projects I'll be working on. I will soon be buying a laptop to
>replace my desktop and want to use it for recording and editing also. Are
>there any special features or inputs/outputs that I should get? The model
>I'm looking at - Dell Inspiron 5100 - has a firewire and 2 USB ports. Will
>these be sufficient? Can you connect an external sound card or a digital
>mixer or recorder to them or do I need something else?. I don't know yet
>what other hardware or software I'll be using, but I need to get the
>computer soon and want to be sure that whatever I get will allow me input
>and output audio properly. Any and all advice/suggestions would be
>Jack McCarthy, Oral Historian
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