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    You're right, although sometimes it's very...

    You're right, although sometimes it's very difficult to find a good enough power/ground location to fix the problem completely. There's no shame in using an audio transformer -- some commercial...
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    I'm not so sure that's going to be the case: I'm...

    I'm not so sure that's going to be the case: I'm guessing you have a ground loop between the cigarette lighter's ground and the nav unit's ground (through the audio cable), and to fix it the easiest...
  3. RideRunner and BoomzBox require specifying USB...

    RideRunner and BoomzBox require specifying USB devices via PID and hence won't let you have more than one soundcard (or serial interface) with the same PID? That sounds pretty poor -- Windows itself...
  4. If you just use a generic USB "sound card"...

    If you just use a generic USB "sound card" (something that'll show up in regular Windows mixer/volume control applet) and connect its line or mic input to the XMD1000's audio input, is there a...
  5. Thanks... after reading your reply I went back...

    Thanks... after reading your reply I went back and read the product page description more closely and it turns out they mention it as well. Oops -- I missed that the first time I read it!
  6. As far as I can tell, the BoomzBox is essentially...

    As far as I can tell, the BoomzBox is essentially a pairing of Mitch's box with an FTDI serial converter IC along with an audio IC with an off-the-shelf HD tuner box -- along with the nice software...
  7. Does the Boomzbox send audio over USB or are there analog outputs?

    ...it wasn't clear to me from looking at the product page...

    If it's streaming audio over USB, what's the chip used? (What I really mean is... will the native Linux audio drivers support it?)
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  8. Anyone want a USB sound card + serial interface/Sirius interface in a box?

    I've been thinking of making a board that consists of the following:

    -- A USB hub chip
    -- A sound IC, probably the TI PCM2903B. Note that this part has an SPDIF input and output, which is nice....
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