You know, strange as it sounds, I've never even investigated the idea of using a sound card with my Mac...<br><br>is it even possible?<br><br>[color:red]DaddyMac's MP3 to AAC conversion: left to go...</font color=red>
Thanks...I never understood why Apple doesn't include these as standard with new Macs...<br><br>If they're supposed to be this big bad digital multimedia company, doesn't it make sense to include a card that will make iTunes sound like a real stereo?<br><br>[color:red]DaddyMac's MP3 to AAC conversion: left to go...</font color=red>
I think I remember reading something about true surround sound not being possible with a Mac yet anyway, so a PCI sound card and 5.1 speakers might be worthless right now...<br><br>But part of the whole new AAC iTunes music format is that there is leeway to move into a true surround sound setup...<br><br>At least, that's what I remember reading when all the pundits started analyzing the iTMS..<br><br>[color:red]DaddyMac's MP3 to AAC conversion: left to go...</font color=red>
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