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Nice product. Virtual surround. Virtual that is.
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  • posted bypa4evr on 01/31/2015

    Pro: price, ease of use. Cons: Have to handle it carefully, esp. when all connectors are in. It's just plastic Sound quality is not bad, but I cannot get a surround sound experience. Maybe other software is needed to establish this. Maybe it's me.

    Impression:Nice product. Virtual surround. Virtual that is.;

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  • posted byBogdanEraser on 10/07/2013

    Not bad sound quality, no needs any drivers, easy to install. Tightly holds for minijack 3,5mm connectors. There is a small indicator which is flashing when sound is going through this device. Some heating of the bottom part when is use. Also my small in-ear earphones become very hot when i use i... Read more

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  • posted byamonradeal on 03/22/2013

    Quick to install, sturdy case. Debian recognized it automatically, the sound is clear, crisp. Not tested for the microphone, though. The volume is really high, pay attention to this and use it under 30% of its full power. The shape is quite unusual, you may need an USB extender to use it A little... Read more

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  • posted byckovoor on 02/22/2013

    (1) reasonable build quality (2) good form factor (3) useful in situations where one's onboard sound card may not be usable with headsets (mine wasn't because of space constraints within my CPU case) and a practical alternative needs to be found (4) the dual-parallel 3.5 mm connectivity to is an... Read more

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  • posted bymosahem on 01/26/2013

    - 4 sockets: 2 x sound-output + 2 x mic-input. - Self-installing plug-n-play on Windows (I tested it on Windows 7). - I have been using it for more than 6 months with excellent experience without problems. - On-board buttons for direct volume-, volume+, sound mute, mic mute. - Little bit bigger -... Read more

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  • posted byMARCOSTALAU on 10/12/2012

    This is a Generic Sound Device, and the Linux Kernel support it, this means that every modern Linux distribution, like Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat, Suse, Mandriva, and Slackware will work with this device. Buttons of device may need some driver. But it isn't a really bad thing because we can use The... Read more

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  • posted bycheeto4493 on 07/02/2012

    Plugs in and sounds good. Larger size makes it seem like it's easy to pull out of USB port. Headphone jacks are tied together internally so that it is a Virtual 7.1, they are not separate ports. Worked in Ubuntu 12.10, but buttons did not work as expected. When pressing buttons to adjust volume,... Read more

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  • posted byfieldmouse001 on 06/30/2012

    very good device, handy, fits in bagg and other things so can be take overall where you need that. I'm using this to seperately listening to speech and sound apart and make interviews, you can mute the both mic's. no cons, is plastick and a little cheap but for this price it's very very good and... Read more

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  • posted bycheeto4493 on 06/18/2012

    Adds another audio source to computer. Dual headphone ports allow 2 sets of headphone and mics. Does work under Win7 and Ubuntu Linux. Only Stereo audio out. second set of speakers plugged into second port plays same audio, NOT surround. Surround is VIRTUAL only. Volume up/down buttons don't work... Read more

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  • posted bycramlox on 09/05/2011

    - Easy to use. - Great Sound. - Useful integrated buttons to control volume, turn on/off microphone and sound without use your computer. - Works well with windows XP, I do not use the driver cd that included - You can connect two headphones and two microphones. - Good volume. - Very useful for a... Read more

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