all zapco's use symblink inputs which is basically a balanced input using a din 6 cable. I have the pin out information if you need to make custom cables. also the phaze audio tube amps are all balanced as well (standard xlr's)
Why the Sound Blaster when you could have that?
5v out and can upgrade the opamps on the car (to the burbrown as explained on their page)??????
And even still, a line driver? Not in my car, perhaps for some others though....
The Audison VRx series have the option as well as the ones that Scott listed.Quote:
Do you know if anyone makes a car amp with balanced input?
Like I said before, The best scenario is to use something like the Auzentech Xmeridian with a KX driver or something similar to that. No question about it. That'll be a clean cut solution for many problems related to PC Soundcards.
But on the other side, the KX driver for SB0350 is robust and almost bug free. There are tons of knowledge base because people's been using it for many many years. It requires even less computing power than the Soundblaster drivers. Fits in nicely with CarPC motto doesn't it. SQ of SB0350 is not the best, but it's one of the better sounding cards. I bet it sounds better than average HU.
So, With a good installation and nice LineDriver like AudioControl LC8, it might be an alternative solution to our Fully Digital Singal Processed Equalized Crossovered delayed Automobile Audio Nirvana..
also a Denon DCA 660BL has balanced inputs. i know of someone selling one if you're interested. it's a rare amp. 240 wrmsx2 or 800x1
Behringer UCA202 acts as a USB audio device. No additional drivers needed for PC/Mac and works fine with hibernation.
When you saydo you mean it actually uses the USB interface and is external ?Quote:
acts as a USB audio device
or uses the USB interface, but is a PCI card. Many people don't have space for any more PCI cards, or any to begin with
It plugs into a USB port...it is not a PCI device. I added links to the first post so take a look.
Here's another new one Creative Lab's just released recently, http://www.x-fi.com/, $79.99.
i like the knob, but other than that :thumbsdown:Quote:
(i was hoping it was more like the other external audigy)