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this should be a very basic question for this website forum:

 

what is a good basic device for hooking up a computer to a stereo?

 

It can be USB or firewire or whatever (since I'm using a linux platform machine, maybe USB is more compatible with everything?). anything other than the headphone jack...

 

am talking on the low-end side price wise - $100 or less? Maybe $150 if it's something really terrific?

 

thanks

 

Willfriedwald

 

 

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thank you ! looks like a winner. For $30, how can I go wrong?

 

I started using an EDIROL device when I first started using iTunes, around 2003 - it has never failed me. I could get another EDIROL, but I wanted to see what was out there - this Behringer looks great!

 

thanks again!

 

w

 

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If you like information about the M-Audio Transit and Linux, here is some: http://www.theory.physics.ubc.ca/transit.html. I cannot say anything first hand about the M-Audio Transit. The Behringer UCA202 is probably less of a hassle to run under Linux and lets you monitor the source and/or output with a headphone output, which works great with my ATH M-50 studio monitor headphones.

 

Markus

 

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