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HDE 7.1 Channel USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter
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- 100% Brand New 7.1 Channel External USB Audio Sound Card Adapter
- USB2.0 Full-Speed (12Mbps) Specification
- Connectors: USB Type A, Stereo output jack, mono microphone input jack
- USB bus-powered, no external power required
- LED indicators: Microphone-Mute Status, Activity
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Plug the Sound Adapter into your USB port, and then plug your headphones into the Adapter. Ta-Da! 7.1 Channel sound without the investment in a whole set of speakers!
Do you have a Notebook, Netbook or Desktop PC and need to connect your existing Stereo Speakers or Headset and Microphone but do not have the common 3.5mm Phono Jacks available? Are you looking for the latest virtual 7.1 surround sound for your Gaming or Multimedia experience? The USB-SOUND7 from Dynamode is the ideal solution. Small and compact, the Plug n' Play USB adaptor simply plugs into any available USB Port on the Computer and allows immediate connection of Speakers, Headphones and/or Microphone into the standard 3.5mm Phono jacks located at the rear of the adaptor. What's more it used the acclaimed C-Media chipset for outstanding realism in the world of surround sound by using the Xear 3-D simulation software.See all Product description
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The first point to clear up in response to reviews saying that there is no 7.1 sound or that the left and right speakers are reversed, is that YOU NEED TO DOWNLOAD THE SOFTWARE AND DRIVERS to enable the 7.1 functionality. The Xear 3D software provides lots of effects functions as well as providing the option to swap left and right channels.
So to be clear, the device does not come with a CD containing any software. The unit will download the generic drivers it needs to operate when you first plug it in, but the associated Cmedia / Xear3D device management software that provides control over the 7.1 effects etc. needs to be separately downloaded and installed. I use DriverGenius software to automatically detect new drivers and download them but you should also be able to find it by searching for Cmedia CM108 drivers and/or Xear 3D.
I suspect this device is being sold cheaply because it doesn't have the software bundled with it, but once you have tracked down and installed the software it is excellent! I have uploaded screen-shots of Cmedia / Xear3D software to the product description. Hope this helps !
Ubuntu detects the device without any issues, and works better than I expected! I was told about these by a friend from a local Linux User Group after I was seriously considering purchasing a USB headset for the same use, I'm glad I didn't now ☺
If anyone running Linux is considering a replacement soundcard, then you can't go wrong with this device!!!
At the very least, you should know that it works well, although I have no idea how the Virtual 7.1 Surround Sound is supposed to work, as I exclusively use it for Skype calling. It's a basic external sound card, but I've no problems with it, though I have some doubts about the claims of the 7.1 Virtual Surround... or maybe I just haven't the hardware to properly test it?