Do these guitar to PC interfaces work?

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  • 4 weeks ago

    They work as well as any other bluetooth audio transmitter.

    Your computer needs bluetooth capability.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    yes,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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  • 4 weeks ago

    That's supposed to be a headphone amp, I believe?

    You could use one of those plus a 3.5mm to 3.5mm aux cable to connect to a PC sound card line input & it should work, within the limits of the PC sound card.

    The quality and noise level may not be ultimately perfect, but more important if you are trying to play through it or synchronise recordings, there is a noticeable processing delay (latency) with normal sound card drivers.

    You may be able to reduce or eliminate that delay by using ASIO4ALL, which is a free utility that can work with any program that can use an ASIO interface and bypasses the large buffer in the standard sound drivers. 

    http://www.asio4all.org/

    If you want really high quality and no delay, look as a Focusrite Scarlett, eg. a 2i2 or 2i4  - you can plug a guitar or mic etc. in directly & the total delay in and out through a DAW such as tracktion is imperceptible, for playing along with an existing part or audio track to build up complex tracks.

    (And tracktion is free, here - it will also work with the headphone amp & line input).

    https://www.tracktion.com/products/t7-daw

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