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    M-Audio Transit

    Anyone using one for their Car PC Audio?

    Seems a nice spec and its tiny.Was thinking I may use one for my Laptop Install...

    Not sure the onboard soundmax audio will cut it!

    Mobile 24-bit/96kHz USB audio







    Specifications

    line/mic in

    dynamic range: 100dB (typical, -60dB input, A-weighted)

    signal-to-noise ratio: 100dB (typical, A-weighted)

    THD+n: 0.00316% (typical)

    maximum input voltage: +6dBV

    line out

    dynamic range: 104dB (typical, -60dB input, A-weighted)

    signal-to-noise ratio: 104dB (typical, A-weighted)

    thd+n: 0.00316% (typical)

    maximum output voltage: 0dBV

    size/weight: 2-1/4” X 3-5/8” X 1”; 0.1 lbs.

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    Well it would be ok as long as your amplifier has an optical input. If not, then you will have a max of 2 channels to work with.

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    I have it. It's a bit of pain setting up the SPDIF pass-thru for Dorby and DTS streams. Also it's USB 1.1, there is some speed issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ptk View Post
    Also it's USB 1.1, there is some speed issues.

    Really?

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