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Old 31st August 2005, 01:31 PM   #1
Xelic is offline Xelic  Belgium
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Default Echo Indigo IO

Hi, first post on this forum, and probably a newbish one

I'm looking for a good PCMCIA audio sollution for my laptop and came across the Echo Indigo IO. But the one thing I can't find is if it's possible to hook up a 2.1 speaker set to the card. I know it's especially suited for headphone use but i barely listen to music over headphones...
I'm not looking for good recording - latency qualities, I just want a card that provides superior audio playback quality.

This is probably suicide but... My speaker set is a Creative T3000 set, I know it might seem stupid to buy a high quality sound card and combine it with low-end loudspeakers but I see the audio card as a long time investment (speakers will be replaced as soon as I have the money > )
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