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  • posted bymcgyver75 on 11/19/2013

    Faible prix, fonctionnement simplissime, led peouvant le fonctonnement, qualité équivallente à une carte son intégrée aux pc portables ou cartes mères de pc fixe. Idéal pour laisser branché sur un hub usb et éviter de fatiguer les fragiles connexions casque et micro des pc portables. USEFULL TO AVOID USING ... Read more

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  • posted bycanman123456 on 07/29/2013

    Cheap Decent build quality Handy to have when fixing a PC Started to fall apart after 2 years of use the mic jack produces some electrical wine when in use I used this usb sound card to hook a microphone up to my ps3 for online gaming, as well as an emergency sound card when the audio on my PC failed. It worked well in both cases Considering the cost,... Read more

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  • posted byssokolow on 05/27/2013

    - Amazingly cheap - Crystal clear audio - I've bought at least seven (in four orders) over the last year and all work perfectly. - Tested as Just Works(tm) under Windows 8 and Linux. The device can move back and forth slightly inside the plastic housing but it's no big deal. Ubuntu 12.04 with PulseAudio removed doesn't save ALSA mixer settings for it ... Read more

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  • posted bySabael on 02/11/2013

    Works fine with PlayStation 3. Not too big. Super cheap alternative compared with bluetooth headsets or genuine ps3 headsets. Feels bit loose in usb port, but works fine. There was not any instructions or specs in the box. Remember that you only hear others microfones from the output. Not game audio. I have not tested with PC. Does its job. Really cheap ... Read more

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  • posted bypavlikmracek on 01/28/2013

    + Very cheap + Sound quality seems very fine + I like its transparent plastics, because everytime I buy something what is electronic, I like to watch what is inside it Maybe it will break once, but it still works perfecty for me. When I went to the store, they have said me that the cheapest sound card for computer costs about 40 dollars. Than I had ... Read more

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  • posted byyfrie on 12/12/2012

    dont need the audio output drive of the computer, just a usb connection. works without any problem on the first connection into computer. very weird- the earphones gets hitted up after few minutes of use!!! it doesnt hurt or anything, but it is hot!! the quality of the sound is pretty poor. it is helpfull when your audio aoutput is deffective or something ... Read more

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  • posted byGrumpypeter on 10/06/2012

    perfect solution for PCs where the internal sound card or driver has failed. Its easy to use, just plug it in a spare USB port. It self-installs and is available to use right away without re-booting. There is a slight disadvantage in having something permanently plugged into a USB port as it may get knocked or broken. However its not much trouble compared ... Read more

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  • posted byjer_ailic on 03/04/2012

    Everything works exellent.I will recomand this product.Ease to use,ease to work with.Replace me broken or damaged sound card in my computer. No really cons for me.Price tells a lot about finishing quality.Take a care about and no problems at all. (I am only upset about this reviews conditioning under 500 characters not ecapted by the software,but maybe ... Read more

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  • posted byDanielAccorsi on 12/15/2011

    - quick installation, just plug - very cheap - not need drivers - i am using it on linux very well - light indicates the operation - cant fit side by side others large usb devices - small headphones heat up a bit - assembly is not good - nce stopped working, plugged back and never stopped Perfect for your next quick and inexpensive solution to replace ... Read more

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  • posted byshikaku2 on 10/30/2011

    I use this on Linux as my seperate Mic Jack because the original one on my motherboard died. It works out of the box on Linux, no drivers needed or anything. Also works in Windows 7 well without needing to install drivers. For THAT use, as my new mic card, it works really well. The mic is crystal clear and I make Skype calls frequently with no problems ... Read more

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