Cardas USB Audio Cards

Jon -- Sun, 05/09/2010 - 15:48

Cardas has an advertisement on page 3 of TAS issue 203 (june/july 2010)  They're offering what they call USB Audio Cards.  I'm looking to see if any other companies provide music on this format.  All my web searches point me to usb sound cards for computers.  Is Cardas using the wrong terminology for this format or are they the first to offer it???  Any assistance is appreciated. 

Steven Stone -- Sun, 05/09/2010 - 23:23

 It is a memory card housed in a credit-card sized plastic card A USB connection flips out and you can connect it to your computer's USB input.
 
Your computer will see it as a memory card with music files which can be played from the card or copied onto your hard drive and played via whatever music playback software your prefer that supports uncompressed full-rez 96/24 files

Steven Stone
Contributor to The Absolute Sound, EnjoytheMusic.com, Vintage Guitar Magazine, and other fine publications

Steven Stone -- Sun, 05/09/2010 - 23:24

I forgot to mention I have the Dean Peer album and it sounds very good.

Steven Stone
Contributor to The Absolute Sound, EnjoytheMusic.com, Vintage Guitar Magazine, and other fine publications

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