[access-uk] Re: Soundcard A Soundcaard B, how to choose

Hi Barry,

At $49, (about £29) it might be just as well to buy a new
one, even adding the cost of shipping.  (See below)

http://www.turtlebeach.com/site/products/soundcards/catalina
/producthome.asp 

Failing that, you could return it to them under warranty,
explaining that it was a gift, hence you don't have the
receipt.

George.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> [mailto:access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dj Paddy
> Sent: 03 September 2005 17:46
> To: access uk
> Subject: [access-uk] Soundcard A Soundcaard B, how to
choose
> 
> Hi guys.
> 
> I've a bit of a shambles set up here when it comes to
soundcards.
> 
> I've a low budget SB Live and a High-End Turtle Beach 
> Catalina both in an XP Home box.
> 
> Now to give a bit of backround.
> 
> I bought the TBC from the states and a friend sent it out
to 
> me.  However the mic/line in port is not working!  And
hasnt' 
> doen since I got it, months back.  And he procrastanated 
> majorly on when he took delivery and when he sent it out
so I 
> couldn't even return it let alone do anything else with
it.
> 
> So I've a TBC that I cant' record on but has excellent
audio 
> out, and a soundblaster I can record on but has awful
audio 
> out and I cant' use elaquince through because it's tied to

> the turtle beach.
> 
> Two questions.
> 
> 1.  Without installing/uninstalling cards can I direct 
> elaquince in jaws to use soundcard or or soundcard b as I
wish?
> 
> Say select soundcard b, reboot and load jaws and it will
run 
> with soundcard b and do the opposite to get it back to
soundcard a?
> 
> 2.  I've some videos i want to record the audio from quite

> urgently so I'm going to be out of pocket regardless of
how 
> long I wait.  So a new soundcard is called for.  I was
really 
> really really really tryign to stay away from creative but

> there's very little on the market at that price range of
no 
> more than £100 and not a 20 quid jobby, and I refuse to
use 
> onboard sound as the microphone port I find isn't good 
> quality at all even on my little swanky gigabit board.
> 
> So it maybe the audidgy I'm going for.
> 
> Any experiences?  Good bad points, things to look out for,

> other cards to look at?
> 
> Thank you!
> 
> Barry
> 
> The pillars of any good relationship I believe are,
Honesty, 
> Trust, and Communication.
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