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The USB Virtual 7.1 Channel Sound Adapter can be used either with Desktop or Notebook systems. This highly flexible audio interface extends your stereo speaker or earphone to projected 7.1 channel environment,giving you high quality enjoyment.
Compliant with USB 2.0 Full-Speed (12Mbps) Specification
Compliant with USB Audio Device Class Specification 1.0
Compliant with USB HID Class Specification 1.1 USB
USB bus-powered mode, no external power required
Including Xear 3D, the virtual 7.1 channel sound simulation software for Windows XP/Vista
No driver required for Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista, Linux, Mac OS
4 connectors: 2x Stereo output jack, 2x Mono microphone input jack
Functional Keys: Microphone-Mute, Headset-Mute, Volume-Up, Volume-Down
LED indicators: Microphone-Mute, Activity
100% brand new & unused
Easy to install, just plug and play
Package: 1x 7.1 Channel USB Sound Adapter
does what it needs to
This review is from: Virtual 7.1 Channel Audio USB Sound Card Adapter for Desktop Laptop
Pros: This is my quick, easy, cheap fix for crummy on board audio. the audio is clear and doesnt have any chattering or any issues at all. It seems to have amplified audio a bit seeing as my volume lvls are a bit lower then usual while still putting out equal sound volume (not i am using this to replace motherboard audio so could just be a difference between crummy and not crummy) all ports seem to work fine as well as buttons (havnt tested mic as much just a quick little test to see if it picks up at all with a skype mic test)
Cons: the aux jacks are a bit tight so you might have to really push to make sure its in all the way or you will get some chattering. it does not separate out audio outs. I was kind of hopping to be able to have like music out to speakers and game sound out to head phones separately but you could still do this if your on board audio ports work (with windows 7 or up at least)
Other Thoughts: i am using this as a solution to crummy mother board audio. I was getting some interference noise from both back and front audio ports. I got this little guy because it has 2 audio outs and quick easy mute buttons for both mic AND audio out which is kinda just a bonus. I currently have it connected using a 3 ft usb extension cable which you can get for a couple bucks and taped to the side of my case for super easy access (its not nearly as getto as it sounds) the tight aux ports means that I have to take care to make sure everything else stays in place. I looked at getting other options for a while but decided to start cheap and work my way up if this didnt work but it did... so i cant review any of the slightly nicer dacs or usb audio devices or audio cards which i will not complain about!!!
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