OK! Maybe I didn't explain this very well: I have a small FM receiver that
runs on special frequencies. This unit is used topick up the wireless
signals in conference halls; as I am attending meetings and convensions
frequently. These frequencies are not within the normal FM range, so I won't
be able to have the signals picked up even if I had an Archoes FM recorder.
The thing is, that whenever the harddrive on my JB recorder spins, it
disturbs the sound that comes from the radio receiver, and goes into the
analog line-in on the recorder. It seems that this is caused because the
Line cable works as the antena on the receiver. My Idea was to have the
receiver connected to an Analog-Digital-converter box, and put them a couple
of feet away from my recorder, and simply connect the recorder digitally.
So, yes, as long as I am at homje, and have access to the computer, you can
connect to the computer's digital output (my sound card has actually digital
in/output). But this doesn't solve my problem when away from home! That's
where I hoped someone in here had a good idea, to come up with!
Thanks for your input!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn at home" <GlennErvin@cableone.net>
To: "Rockbox" <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, December 02, 2005 7:42 PM
Subject: Re: Does anyone know
> Can't you convert it to digital by simply running the audio into the
> And setting the computer's line-out to digital, and patching into that?
> Seems like a simple thing, but I could be wrong.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "David Pedersen" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: "RB Maling List" <email@example.com>
> Sent: Friday, December 02, 2005 5:40 PM
> Subject: Does anyone know
> Sorry for the somehow offlist question. I was just wondering, if anyone in
> here would happen to know, where I can get hold of a analog to digital
> converter. I am using some analog equipment along with my Archoes
> But it would have been nice to have the input into the recorder done
> digitally. Don't kinow, if such a thing is available, and specially in a
> portable (battery operated) version. Has any of you, used this kind of
> equipment, and in case, how do you find the functionality?
> Please forebare with me for asking this here!
Received on Sat Dec 3 06:12:59 2005