Hi Josh and Jim

this is a recording interface?, so may it be used for example for WRTC
recording and for referee listening to both radios as required in the
rules?

73,
Jorge

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2017-08-12 20:37 GMT-03:00 Jim Brown <j...@audiosystemsgroup.com>:

> Hi Josh,
>
> Yes, this is a super deal. Mackie is a good audio company. I've used and
> specified their products for years. I've been out of the biz for long
> enough that I didn't know about this one.
>
> 73, Jim K9YC
>
> On 8/12/2017 2:23 PM, Josh wrote:
>
>> Completely agree re ext USB audio.
>>
>> No specific endorsement of this model, just an example that there are
>> many high quality (I'd call this "prosumer") USB interfaces for remarkably
>> low prices. Mackie is a well respected pro audio company & this interface
>> on sale $69. Might have to get or make patch cables as it's 1/4" phone.
>>
>> http://www.musiciansfriend.com/stupid?source=3TP5DNB&mscr=2084068_38175
>>
>> Considering the availability of pro quality for comparable prices, I'd
>> opt for something like this or from other similar companies like Tascam,
>> etc (see K9YC's list) over a consumer Sound Blaster.
>>
>> 73,
>> Josh W6XU
>>
>> Sent from my mobile device
>>
>> On Aug 12, 2017, at 9:06 AM, Neil Zampella <ne...@techie.com> wrote:
>>>
>>> FWIW ... I do a lot of JT65/JT9/FT8 digital, and I would definitely
>>> suggest getting an external USB soundcard for such work.
>>>
>>> 1.  It eliminates the probably of transmitting any OS
>>> sounds/beeps/alarms along with your digital audio.
>>> 2.  Provides good isolation capabilities
>>> 3.  While I'm assuming most built-in laptop soundcards can provide the
>>> 48kHz DVD quality playback/recording you need for programs like WSJT-X, you
>>> definitely will have that in many of the external soundcards.     I use a
>>> Sound Blaster SBX proaudio soundcard I got a Amazon for around $60-65.
>>> I've used it with my IC-715, and KX3 without any issues.
>>>
>>> Neil, KN3ILZ
>>>
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