I'm building a little P5/200 box for my kids to play Reader Rabbit (which unfortunately runs only under Windows - Wine can't handle it) and am trying to decide whether to: 1) Buy a cheap sound card for it, or 2) Give them my old ENS1371 from my workstation and upgrade to something newer. I use ALSA for sound. I almost never game, so all I really need is something that can play back a PCM stream decently. Now, my current card works reasonably well. Is there anything that upgrading to a newer card would get me? Better quality? More simultaneous sounds at once? Better ALSA support with nifty features I can only imagine? Any thoughts? Recommendations? -- Kirk Strauser In Googlis non est, ergo non est.
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