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|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 4 x 0.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6 x 4 x 0.6 inches|
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7.1 Channel USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter
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- Connectors: USB type a, stereo output jack, mono microphone input jack
- Size: 57 x 25 x 12mm
- Usb2.0 full-speed (12mbps) specification
- 100% brand new 7.1 channel external usb
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7.1 channel USB external sound card audio adapter features overview: Plug the sound adapter into your USB port and then plug your headphones into the adapter. 7.1 channel sound without the investment in a whole set of speakers tired of trying to stretch your cables around the back of your computer? Plug this adapter into a USB port on the front and use the headphone jack (for output) or the microphone jack (for input). The USB virtual 7.1 channel sound adapter is a highly flexible audio interface which can be used either with desktop or notebook systems. Comes bundled with xear 3d sound simulation software and turns your stereo speaker or earphones into a 7.1 channel environment usb2.0 full-speed (12mbps) specification USB hid class specification 1.1 USB audio device class specification 1.0 USB bus-powered, no external power required. Technical specification 100% new 7.1 channel external USB audio sound card adapter usb2.0 full-speed 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 no drivers required for windows 98se / me / 2000 / xp / 7 / server 2003 / vista, Linux, macros dimensions: 2.25" x 1.0" x 0.50".
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For Win7: Install the software, and plug card in. Use "Audio Repeater (MME)" and select your internal sound device. For me this is the stereo mix from Realtek. Then for wave out, select the card "Speakers (C-Media Headphones)" and click start. This will allow you to hear games (whatever you are playing) through the speakers and headphones. Meanwhile, you have Skype/Vent going straight to the sound card by selecting it in setup/preferences.
Please note, applications that have the volume set high (iTunes does this) will sound very low quality. Just lower the volume on the application (for iTunes, just lower the bar top left) and the quality will restore.
Another surprise was that I could use this on my PC (I had a busted microphone jack and was able to use this in its place, so now I am able to use my Hauppauge to record Let's Plays again.
It has a really good sound and I didn't have any problems with quality. Standard USB hookup.
EDIT: It appears the sound quality issue is mostly due to it having trouble driving headphones with higher impedances. The sound quality is better when I plug in my speakers, but is as described above when I plug my Audio-Technica M50s into it. That said, this is the only output device I've come across that's had that issue, and the M50s sound good even when driven through iPods, iPhones, and the like, so I'm surprised that it's having so much trouble driving the headphones. Sound quality isn't that bad when put into a pair of powered speakers though. Just be careful if you're planning on listening through a pair of decent headphones.