yan USB 2.0 External 7.1 Channel 3D Virtual Audio Sound Card Mic Adapter Laptop PC


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Great little sound solution!

This is a great gadget. My computer headphone jack was going bad and would only play one channel at full headphone jack insert. I Just plugged this little guy in and it works great with good quality sound. At this price you can't really go wrong. It was for me a good solution to a common problem. The volume buttons on the unit work well also. Note that if you use this it will override your speaker output. However this was not an issue for me as I only use it for my headphones. Of course you could also use it as a speaker output. I can't say anything about the 7.1 surround claim however since my output is stereo speakers but I would definitely recommend this.

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T.N.
Preliminary testing shows its works

I plugged in this USB AudioOutput device into a Raspberry Pi Model 3 running Raspbian OS. With an earphone set pugged into its audio jack I was able to hear a sine wave alternately in each ear generated using 'speaker-test' program using parameters discovered using the 'aplay' program. Web links identifying these programs would have been helpful. There was no documentation.

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Based on 2 reviews
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50%
(1)
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T
T.Z.
Great little sound solution!

This is a great gadget. My computer headphone jack was going bad and would only play one channel at full headphone jack insert. I Just plugged this little guy in and it works great with good quality sound. At this price you can't really go wrong. It was for me a good solution to a common problem. The volume buttons on the unit work well also. Note that if you use this it will override your speaker output. However this was not an issue for me as I only use it for my headphones. Of course you could also use it as a speaker output. I can't say anything about the 7.1 surround claim however since my output is stereo speakers but I would definitely recommend this.

T
T.N.
Preliminary testing shows its works

I plugged in this USB AudioOutput device into a Raspberry Pi Model 3 running Raspbian OS. With an earphone set pugged into its audio jack I was able to hear a sine wave alternately in each ear generated using 'speaker-test' program using parameters discovered using the 'aplay' program. Web links identifying these programs would have been helpful. There was no documentation.