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AW: Audio Interface for Notebook Users

I'm currently using a Thinkpad for work (can't tell you the exact model #
though...R30?, a 1.5MHz Centrino), which does have Firewire, albeit only 
PCMCIA slot. My music laptop is a somewhat older Toshiba (Sattelite Pro
2600?), which I do like, so there might not even be need to wish you luck
(which I of course do anyway)

> -----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: mark sottilaro [mailto:zerocrossing2001@yahoo.com] 
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 1. Juni 2006 20:23
> An: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Betreff: Re: Audio Interface for Notebook Users
> I'd stay away from USB1 interfaces.  I tried my M-Audio 
> Audiofile USB on a 1.4 mhz Thinkpad and I wasn't able to get 
> acceptable results in terms of latency.  For almost no 
> difference in money I was able to get an M-Audio Solo 
> firewire interface that's been working vey nicely... although 
> on a 1.2 mhz Powerbook.
> (Thinkpad doesn't have native firewire but PCM-CIA/Firewire 
> converters are cheap)
> I think maybe the new Thinkpads do have firewire, as I almost 
> bought one.  Ended up with a Toshiba though, so wish me luck. 
>  It's being configured as we speak...