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Turtle Beach Audio Advantage Micro II USB Analog & Digital Audio Adapter

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  • Adds A Stereo Analog Output & An Optical Digital Output To A Mac Or Pc
  • Drives Powered Speakers, Headphones Or An External Recording Device
  • Isolates The Audio Signal From The Noisy Electronics Inside A Pc Or Notebook To Provide Higher-quality Sound
  • Built-in Amp Delivers Crisp, Clear Sound On Headphones Or Earbuds
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Turtle Beach
  • Model: TBS-1150-01
  • Hardware Platform: Pc, playstation 3, mac
  • Connectivity Technology: usb
  • Width: 4.00 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 3.5 x 0.8 inches ; 1.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0036VO4X4
  • Item model number: TBS-1150-01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (246 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 2, 2010

Product Description

The AA Micro II adds a stereo analog output and an optical digital output to a Mac or PC. The stereo output drives powered speakers, headphones or an external recording device. Because it uses a USB digital connection, the Micro II isolates the audio signal from the noisy electronics inside a PC or laptop to provide higher-quality sound. A built-in amplifier delivers crisp, clear sound on headphones or ear buds.

From the Manufacturer

USB Sound Card/Headset Adapter

The Amigo II USB sound card adds a stereo output and mic input to a Mac or PC and converts a standard headset into a USB headset. Because it uses a USB digital connection, the Amigo II isolates the audio signal from the noisy electronics inside a PC or laptop to provide higher-quality sound.

Convenience

With a single USB connection, the Amigo II lets you conveniently add another sound port to your PC or laptop for easy access wherever you go. The stereo output can be used for connecting powered speakers, headphones or an external recording device. The microphone input can be used for connecting an external microphone or the boom mic on a headset.

Turtle Beach Quality Sound On the Go

Amigo is a great accessory for laptop owners who want to enjoy high-quality audio on the road or at home.

Customer Reviews

This product works and sounds great.
Peter F
To output the digital sound, I did have to install an additional driver from the manufacturer's website.
William Patrick Shelton
Turtle Beach Support could not fix it and they offered to return product as defective.
Maui73

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jason C. Coleman on January 26, 2013
I am not sure, if I had done a bit more research, if I would have bought this. Turtle Beach has a good reputation for sound cards in my mind, which weighed into my purchase decision. Unfortunately, my experience with this device hasn't been good. I specifically bought this card in so that I could use SPDIF passthrough, which the card supports, but only if you have the driver installed. And there's the rub, the installer will work only if it can detect the device, and it doesn't do this reliably. From searching the web, I am not alone in running into this. The problem manifests as the installer continually asking for you to plug the device in, even if you have. It just fails to detect it.

I followed the instructions on the Turtle Beach site, and contacted their tech support, but they have not been very helpful so far. I also found while searching the web that I am far from alone in having problems getting the driver to install. After a lot of work, I have managed to get the driver to install, and it to works mostly, so I am going to detail the process I went through to make this work here.

First, before anything else, I am not a representing Turtle Beach, or providing any guarantees that this will work. It's possible that doing this will screw your computer up, and I am not responsible for anything you do to your computer.
So, the basic process to make this work is you manually extract the driver from the installer, and then install that. This is what I did on my Windows 7 machine:
1)Get the software called "Universal Extractor". Install it and then use it to extract the installer.
2)Use it on data1.cab file that was extracted from the installer.
3)Plug your Advantage Micro II in now. I assume that it is installing as a generic USB sound device, like mine.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By GT on August 7, 2010
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I am very happy to see that this usb audio card worked without any trouble or driver installs under Ubuntu 10.04. The "no driver required" is indeed true from what I have seen.

I bought this because the shielding of the motherboard's audio output was terrible in my computer. The main use-case is listening to music via headphones, and for this it worked great! The volume levels coming out were actually shocking at first, but after adjusting the sound volume in Pulse Audio (global and device specific) everything sounds as it should.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Imfeld on July 26, 2011
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I bought this because I was looking for a compact USB device with an optical digital output to connect my laptop to my sound system, and at $25, this is one of the best prices around. However, there is a single caveat that almost made this product useless to me. To use the optical output, a small adapter is plugged into the output jack, and your optical cables plugs into this adapter. However, the adapter had so much signal loss that my amplifier was unable to see the signal on the other end. I tested this with both 25' and 50' cables, so perhaps with shorter cables it works a bit better.

Fortunately, I had a mini optical cable that I was no longer using. With this cable I could plug directly into the output jack without needing the adapter, and it works perfectly. Searching amazon for "mini optical to toslink" brings up plenty of these cables, so I recommend getting one to complement this product. Here's a link to one such cable, as an example: Cables To Go 27017 Velocity Toslink-to-Optical Mini Plug Digital Cable (3 Meters)
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By centsworth on November 29, 2010
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This product works perfectly for me so far.
I have used this for years now, with no problems.
I haven't had any problems with it, so I can't comment on Turtle Beach's customer service.

I use this device to send multi-channel, compressed audio (Dolby Digital, DTS) from my laptop to my home theater receiver. I send the video stream via HDMI to my TV. My receiver is just old enough that it doesn't have any HDMI inputs; only digital coax and Toslink.

It sends any audio format found on today's DVDs, including all the variations of DOLBY and DTS.
(Note: those formats are the only ones you'll be able to use on Blu-Ray discs, even though Blu-Rays have newer, supposedly better audio formats. This is b/c the new formats can be sent only over HDMI, not digital coax or Toslink.)
And the picture and sound are perfectly matched, despite passing over separate outputs.

I also like that this thing is sleek and minimal in it's design. It takes up practically no space, requires no additional power source, and will fit easily in your laptop bag when you travel (although you probably won't use this much while traveling).
Plus, the fact that it includes the mini-Toslink adapter is awesome (what a pain it would be to have to buy one more little thing just to make it work).
And the connection is very sturdy; it won't pull out inadvertently.

Oh, and to those reviewers who are Mac users, you probably don't need to buy this.
Unless your Mac is pretty old, it should have a dual-use jack that functions as a headphone and Toslink output.
Just get a mini-Toslink adapter, which costs about five bucks (or less). You shouldn't need any other device to send digital audio via Toslink.
(unless, of course, you're using a Hackintosh, in which case all bets are off)
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