Nick H wrote:A good internal card will be quite proof against the "noisy" interior of a PC case. These things are made for studio environments, where the demand is high. The formula that says inside=noisy=bad is, in my not-so-humble opinion (as the owner or a not-so-humble soundcard a myth. The engineers will have taken such things into account.
Nick H wrote:One grows in these things, by doing it, listening to the results, growing curiosity into the technology, and these things justify a bigger budget if available. A good sound card's output into your hifi (yes, analogue output) should be at least as good as a low to mid-range CD player ---assuming, of course, that one is playing uncompressed or lossless (eg .WAV or .FLAC) rather than lossy compressed (eg MP3 or OGG) at low bit rates.
Nick H wrote:Now, ask me what a Decibel is --- and I will blush and refer you to VijayR! .
Nick H wrote:Take a hall full of rasikas. It is a music form, like jazz, that tends to attract fairly intellectual people (one or two of us prove the exception, of course!) and even among the elder people in the hall, we can find retired engineers, doctors, professors and even physicists. Recording sound on a PC is not, as they say, rocket science
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