How a particular circuit operates is of little interest to consumers, at least compared to performance specs. Sure, some technologies are lame, and I'd never own a Magnapan flat panel hi-fi speaker for example. But the reason I don't want that is because their performance specs suck.
Post by Michael Lawrence on Feb 22, 2019 0:48:03 GMT
External interfaces, as a general trend, have noise floors notably lower than internal convertors in phones and laptops simply due to the complexities of getting good signal isolation inside a small electronic device. For this reason alone I find even a cheap external interface far preferable - and measurably quieter - than an internal sound card.