Re: are cheap USB cards with analog line input supported by ALSA ?

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Mon, 30 Apr 2012 02:26:10 +0400 от Vladimir Mosgalin <mosgalin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi Sergei Steshenko!
>  On 2012.04.30 at 02:03:34 +0400, Sergei Steshenko wrote next:
> > 
> > You apparently lack imagination.
> > 
> > Here is a number of hints for you:
> > 
> > 1) how can you know how many input channels I need ?
> > 3) how can you know whether my computer (which is not necessarily a desktop) at has "Line In" input ?
> Making lots of USB soundcards to work properly might be an issue by
> itself, even if each card works separately. 
> Vladimir

In reality and in the nearest future I need just _one_ card - my laptop doesn't have "Line In", or maybe it has it through docking station - which I don't have and which is much more expensive than the cards in question.

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