Greetings all: I have a sizable collection of LaserDiscs, and I would like to be able to record music and other audio from them conveniently. Unfortunately, at present I have only the integrated audio device on my motherboard, which only supports stereo analog input. As at least three-fourths of the audio I want to record is in 16-bit 44.1 kHz PCM [the CD-audio data stream buried on most LDs since the mid-80s], and my player has a digital output, I would like to get an audio device which would accept S/P-DIF input which I could then dump to a .WAV file, preferably without any reclocking or other processing. Fiddling endlessly with the recording levels in order to strike a balance between dynamic range and headroom is driving me bats, when I know I could make a bit-for-bit perfect copy instead, given the equipment. Does anyone have a recommendation for such a device, preferably inexpensive? I am running Windows XP Pro on an AMD Sempron platform, Soyo motherboard with plenty of expansion slots, mounted in an old Dell case which is mostly empty space by this point.