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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by farmerdoug, Sep 14, 2010.
Where can I get A/D and D/A converters for mac? (not for video)
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For what signal then? Audio?
You mean Analog/Digital, Digital/Analog converters, don't you?
Btw, plurals don't need apostrophes.
If you are not using it for video, what are you needing them for? Macs have Mic-ins which are useful for A/D-D/A natively.
As a result of that fact, is why I am asking what your usage will be.
I want A/D's and D/A's for generic time varying signals - like audio but not necessarily audio.
Oo. Well, that's over my head. I'm sure anything USB would interface - your question could be software that can read it.