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Re: Laptop recommendations

That doesn't seem to make any sense to me... USB is digital data.  Gets 
fed into a converter which then sends an analog signal to a 
preamp/mixer/poweramp stage.  I'm unaware as to how the laptop could 
affect the D/A converter.  The digital signal would have to have the 
noise embedded in it... no?  Does anyone know about this?  I cleared up 
a noisy internal sound-card on my mac by just putting a transformer on 
the output.  (it's cheap you can buy them at radio shack, they're made 
for car stereos but work fine for this problem)


On Wednesday, April 2, 2003, at 10:36 AM, 
<biz-looper@groovetronica.com> wrote:

> a horrible and unavoidable hum occurs
> when you plug them into any kind of mixer or power speakers. There is 
> no
> solution - it even happens with USB audio.