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BUY ONE GET ONE FREE USB2.0 External High Quality 3D 7.1 Channel Audio Sound Card Adapter for MIC

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  • 7.1 Virtual USB Sound Card
  • Volume Control
  • Small and Easily Transportable
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BUY ONE GET ONE FREE USB2.0 External High Quality 3D 7.1 Channel Audio Sound Card Adapter for MIC + USB 5.1 Stereo Sound Card Adaptor - Windows 7 Compatible + USB 2.0 Mic Speaker 5.1 Audio Sound Card Adapter
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Item Weight41 g
Product Dimensions11.8 x 8.2 x 1.6 cm
Manufacturer reference01
ColorBlack
  
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ASINB003ZM0XIY
Best Sellers Rank 563 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight41 g
Date First Available14 Aug. 2010
  
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Virtual 7.1 USB Sound Card.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By C Allen on 14 Aug. 2014
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Superb value product and I'm delighted with it.

I bought this to use with a Raspberry Pi. I wanted better analogue audio out than was possible with the built in RPi sound and this was the cheapest option. It just needed to work and sound OK and I would be happy.

I can report that it works seamlessly on the RPi and is about the only RPi accessory I have bought for which this is actually true (I hear it said a lot but it's rarely that simple). No faff, no reliability problems and no messing about with weird software configs (any more than any other audio in Linux of course).

I did initially have great problems but they were not related to this product, but in the process of diagnosing the problem I did comparative testing with other audio outputs and this scores surprisingly well. For reference I used common AAC sources (128k radio streams and 250k-ish VBR files) and an Arcam amp. I found as follows in increasing order of cost and quality:
1. Raspberry Pi audio out was poorest. I found it better than FM radio but without trying I could tell the difference between this and other DACs. This was much better than I expected based on the poor reputation of RPi audio. It's really not that bad.
2. This product. Far better than the RPi and more than adequate. I could happily sit and listen to it for hours and would have no complaints (in fact I do this a lot with Radio 3 on iPlayer and it's great). The radio streams do sound marginally better on the more expensive DACs but I only noticed this because I was switching back and forth testing and listening carefully for audio glitches.
3. A USB PCM2704 board I got from eBay (£13, loose PCB no case). This sounds *amazing* and my higher rate sources did sound better.
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37 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Micheal Mckay-Dirden on 30 Aug. 2011
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I have seen these products get so many bad reviews, many of which seemed to be talking as though they had paid a small fortune for the device and it then didnt live upto the HUGE price tag

Thing is though, theyre CHEAP.

So bearing that in mind here are my views

I have a HP Microserver which doesnt have built in sound at all, it does have two PCI-e slots but have you seen the cost and limited choice of PCI-e soundcards?

So I figured for the price I would give this a go

First impression was that considering how cheap they are theyre packaged surprisingly well in a blister pack (I half expected them to arrive in a ziplock bag tbh)

On insertion under both windows XP and Windows 7 windows recognises them on the fly and no drivers or reboot is required

I run creative 2.1 speakers and to be perfectly honest the sound from these is nothing short of surprising.

I get some loud clicking when the machine is booting up, but to be perfectly honest I also get that from the built in sound on my £90+ Asus M4A87td-EVO boards too so no problem there

Once booted though the sound is crisp, well rounded and the sound stage is wide and well seperated making stereo content sound very good.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By nickymoore on 28 Jan. 2013
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I thought 'what the hell, it's less than 5 quid.'

I gave it a go. It's just arrived. Yep, it's chunky. I could feel that shoving it into the back of my machine was a very tight fit and would lead to straining. Either the usb socket would snap, or the audio dongle would crack. Difficult to say which would go first, as they're in competition with each other. If anything - this item needs to be made slimmer. But this really is commonsense after that squeeze. If you get yours and you notice it "don't fit nice"... read on...

Here's a tip, if you want to put it amongst the usual-crowded rear of a pc... get yourself one of those few-inches-long usb extension leads, with a male-end into the pc and a female-end to take this. You can get them for about a quid on Amazon, I suppose.

I had (on the front of my pc) two usb slots, both a little further apart from each other, when compared to the ones at the back of the pc. It slotted in snugly, but not strained-and-ill-fitting-snugly. It slotted in there, just right.

It works!

It gives the impression of immersive sound. The bass is made more distinct. The feeling is of the sound being all around your head. For a fiver - brilliant.

Can't complain. And you get two of them.

Good one.

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UPDATE:

As I said - you get two... The first review dealt with the pc I have in my bedroom. Here I have two little tweeters and a bassbox.

I have now tried the second usb card in the pc in the lounge. Here I have a pc connected to a stereo system; with two giant speakers going from the floor to your bellybutton, about a foot wide. I did have a £50 plus usb soundcard from a well known manufacturer fitted on this, for this purpose.
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