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Old 01-20-2015, 5:03 PM
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Default Raspberry Pi Audio Card

I am working on moving my feeds to Raspberry Pi's to save on electricity. I found a great tutorial on this site with an image that I got working. I'm currently using a cheap $3 USB sound card I bought off eBay and I'm not happy with the sound quality, and the drivers leave much to be desired.

Does anyone have recommendations on a good USB card to use?
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Hello,
Haven't used one under Linux in some time but I use Griffin iMics under Windows and they seem to have excellent audio quality.
Here is one page that might help when I did a search:
http://www.suppertime.co.uk/blogmywiki/2013/12/imic-pi/

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I've used a Griffin iMic on a Pi. Seemed to work ok.
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