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  • posted bythisisnotdesign on 02/05/2014

    cheap, can't have a better external audio solution costing less than this one ! not perfect but work OK for the price, perfect for quick use like watching movie, playing games on laptop or computer. mine is running on an old 2009 macbook pro using osx 10.6 & 10.7. no setup, no drivers, work when ... Read more

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  • posted bybookie988 on 11/27/2013

    - great cheap replacement of often failing laptop sound jack sockets - volume buttons also modify windows volume - use with usb extension chord - handle with care, don't put pressure on the usb connector always order two of these, so you have a replacement for if something happens. you can't expect great ... Read more

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  • posted bydanyolaf on 11/23/2013

    ENG // Easy to use and setup. Plug and play, work fine in Windows XP and 7; The sound and mic are good and clear. Have a led to inform use and conection. The chipset is CMEDIA. The price is very cheap. Have buttons useful (vol - +, mute mic and mute speak) ESP // Facil de usar e instalar. Plug and play,... Read more

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  • posted byMrgadget7 on 05/20/2012

    Good soundcard, ordered one for my Qnap TS-210 NAS (network attached storage). This NAS has a feature to support soundcards. You can than play mp3's through the web interface or through an app on your Android or Apple Iphone. I later switched to a Synology DS212j on which the soundcard also works great.... Read more

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  • posted bygaspooky on 01/11/2012

    Quality: The plastic is good quality, except for the buttons are a bit hard and difficult to use. Use: It worked perfectly in Ubuntu (which surprised me) with just plugging it automatically detects an output device. Also tested with Windows 7 and it worked correctly. All functions of the buttons (mute,... Read more

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  • posted byChucklesExtreme on 10/03/2011

    Doesn't require any drivers under Windows XP. Build seems fairly sturdy. Sound quality seems quite good. Couldn't get the volume buttons to work. The leds are quite bright and are a bit distracting in a dark room. But a little tape fixes that problem nicely I bought this for a friend whose sound card ... Read more

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  • posted bytirmey on 08/04/2011

    Good Build Quality; The buttons volume +/- and mute works perfectly (at least to me); Low/unnoticeable background noise using it at moderate volume; plug and play in win 7, you don´t need to find drives on the web! The red led that indicates when the "mute" function is active is a very ... Read more

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  • posted bysunspot on 05/25/2011

    - No driver in modern OSs - Supports Linux (with caveats, see below) - Cheap! - Sound quality is quite acceptable, even with relatively good earphones (VSonic GR07, which are near top-tier in-ear earphones) - Build quality is meh, don't drop it or dump it at the bottom of the bag. Then again, you could ... Read more

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  • posted bysatamusic on 05/23/2011

    NO drivers to install as any modern OS will recognize it as a standard usb audio interface. Has CMEDIA chip in it. Perfect for Virtual DJ, Mixmeister, Traktor, and other software DJ software. can take the beating of being thrown inside a gear bag with no protection whatsoever. great STEREO output card.... Read more

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  • posted byrudolee on 03/18/2011

    * easy to use * no drivers needed * plug and play * great price * good sound quality * acceptable build quality * build quality is acceptable, but still handle with care * mic an earphone plugs need to be pushed quite hard to go in * mic mute button not so sensitive as the other ones * the green led ... Read more

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