[PD] USB Sound "card"

Cesare Marilungo cesare at poeticstudios.com
Fri May 4 19:17:40 CEST 2007

David F. Place wrote:
> Thanks, Bryan.  The Edirol UA-25 looks good and the price is right.    
> Did you have any trouble getting it to work under linux?  I noticed  
> that the manufacturer only supplies drivers for Windows and Mac.
I use a UA-25 too. And it works under linux with no problems at all.

It's a really nice card, the pre-amps are quite good too. The only thing 
you should know before buying it is that it doesn't work at 24bit / 
96kHz full duplex. You can record or listen at 96kHz but you can't do 
both at that sampling rate. If this is important for you, choose another 
card. I use it at 24bit / 48kHz.

If you're concerned with latency: I get 5.33ms with a realtime patched 
kernel and 10.7ms with the vanilla kernel, which is quite good for a USB 


> On May 4, 2007, at 10:34 AM, Bryan Jurish wrote:
>> moin David,
>> I just recently acquired an Edirol UA-25 with which I'm quite happy (2
>> channel analog|digital audio I/O, MIDI).
>> -- 
>> Bryan Jurish                           "There is *always* one more  
>> bug."
>> jurish at ling.uni-potsdam.de      -Lubarsky's Law of Cybernetic  
>> Entomology
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