|Mar 6, 2005, 09:48 PM||#1|
better digital to audio converter for powerbook?
I have a pretty nice av system that I enjoy plugging in my powerbook and listening to itunes off it but I was curious if there was some way that i could convert the digital signal to analog better then the little mini jack. It's not too shabby but I am interested in a way to do it so that it sounds better.
Last edited by excalibur313; Mar 6, 2005 at 09:51 PM.
|Mar 7, 2005, 03:24 AM||#3|
There are quite a few options for external soundcards and DACs. I know that m-audio has quite a few. Maybe you should take a look at their site.
For what it sounds like you are doing, you best option may simply be the Airport Express. It is relatively cheap, and I have heard that it has great sound when hooked up to larger audio systems. Plus no wires! Bonus.
That is my suggestion, hope that helps.
Alum iMac 24" 2.8, 4GB RAM
Powerbook 15" G4 1.5
iPhone / 5G iPod / TV
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|Mar 7, 2005, 04:08 AM||#4|
If you have a Powerbook with a PCMCIA slot, the Echo Indigo line
Griffin Powerwave USB $99 stereo RCA only - includes 10W amplifier
Transit $99 stereo in/out
Sonica Theatre $119, supports 7.1 & DTS digital
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