jafo at tummy.com
Mon Jul 31 18:45:18 MDT 2000
On Mon, Jul 31, 2000 at 06:37:13PM -0600, Nate Duehr wrote:
>Just a little off-topic, but in general you can pick up an old 70's
>vintage tuner with aux inputs, a couple of monster old box speakers, and
I find that for most of my listening, the stuff sold as PC speakers is
fairly acceptable. I'm usually not LISTENING to the music, it's usually
playing in the background while I'm WORKING. Considering how much of an
audio snob I've been historicly, that's kind of amusing to me...
I don't do that much really serious listening these days though. I do
usually have a PC hooked up to the serious stereo at home though, usually
for parties. Unfortunately, most audio devices on PCs aren't THAT good
until you start going with external DACs and the like (which sadly are
under-represented in the linux drivers...
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