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Sabrent Virtual 7.1 Adaptateur externe carte son USB 2.0
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- Sabrent USB-AUDD. Connecteur 1: USB
- Connecteur 2: 2 x 3.5 mm
- Genre: Mâle/Femelle. Couleur: Noir. Compatibilité: Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/7/8/Linux/Mac OSX. Largeur: 4,5 cm
- Profondeur: 2,5 cm
- Hauteur: 1,4 cm
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Description du produit
Compatibilité: Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/7/8/Linux/Mac OSX
Connecteur 1: USB
Connecteur 2: 2 x 3.5 mm
Hauteur: 1,4 cm
Largeur: 4,5 cm
Plug and Play: Oui
Profondeur: 2,5 cm
USB requise: Oui
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IT WORKS PERFECTLY. Although it sticks out a ways from the case and so is a potential break off item, it's benefits and operation far out-way that minor concern.
The surface buttons for Volume, Mic Off, and Mute are all positive action with a good feel. There was no setup required as Win7 found it and automatically installed the drivers. Plugged it in, nearly instant audio. AND the rear audio source mutes. It seems to have a built in amp as it can be adjusted louder then if I just plug in headphones to the case's headphone jack. That's helpful for me as I'm slightly hard of hearing and often a video or audio source will have weak audio, especially if the producers thought it would be cool if they have constant 'mood' music playing...what's wrong with those people. There are db meters, they should be able to see that they're playing the background to loud. Anyway, having this little device with extra amplification will help with that issue.
All-in-all, this is one fine piece of equipment and the price is outstanding. Well worth the money.
For me, this device works GREAT. It hasn't given me any performance or reliability issues. There is no static or cutoffs. The only issue which I could even begin to complain about is the blue light, which as many reviewers have noted, can be overly bright and there is no way to turn it off (except to put a dark tape over it).
Mind you, I have a higher-end Intel Core i7 system with USB 3.0. I suspect many of the performance problems that other reviewers are experiencing may have had to do with overall bandwidth of USB 2.0, especially if they are using a USB 2.0 hub that is connected many difference devices.
USB 3.0 is at least 3.5x faster (upto 10x faster) than USB 2.0.
1)Works great with no reliability issues. On my desk, this is connected to a USB 3.0 hub which itself connected to a USB 3.0 port on a high-end laptop.
2)My audio system connected to this USB device sounds impeccable. No static or cutoffs.
1)The blue light is very bright indeed and there is no way to turn it off.
2)The performance problems identified by other reviewers may have to do with USB 2.0 bandwidth limitations. I recommend using this with USB 3.0 hub instead (connected to USB 3.0 port on a PC).
3)No audio amplification. This is just a converter. If you want audiophile sound, make sure you are using a system with an amplifier.
These things are clearly manufactured poorly, just looking at the reviews. You MIGHT get one that works fine forever! You might get one that never works. More likely, you'll get one that works "okay" for some abritrary amount of time and then eventually pitters out.
I bought this when the mic port on my 2009 Macbook Pro died. I used it for adding voice commentary to live video streams. It worked fairly decently as a plug-and-go device for a week or two, despite a several odd moments where it would go wonky and make my voice sound like a staticy demon. It occassionally needed to be jiggled/readjusted/pluggedin-out to get rid of static and other weird sound defects, but OVERALL it was okay for a $7 device that I bought for temporary use until I built my new PC. Sound quality was otherwise good (both mic and headset) except for those wonky moments.
The mic port did eventually die on this after those first few weeks though. I did test my headset on another computer, as well as another headset on the adapter, and the mic port was indeed dead.
So bottom line, these are cheap because they're cheaply made- so the quality is going to be hit or miss, period. If you want something for a professional level or long-term use, please do not buy a cheap plastic $7 thing like this. Otherwise, eh. Feel free to take your chances.
Plugged it in and windows installed the drivers for it right away. It came with a short USB extension cord, which I am using because it takes stress off the USB port when you plug/unplug your headphones.
Once installed, you can open the control panel, and choose the Sound option to enable the Sabrent, and click Properties view and change the internal settings.
Settings in the properties menu include CD and DVD quality, and also sound enhancements. This card maxes out at DVD quality, which is 16bit 48,000hz. For reference, most modern sound cards will do 24 bit (studio quality) sound. That said, the quality was still good at this setting, and the volume was pretty loud.
The "enhancement" tab shows a few sound effect options including surround sound. enabling surround sound makes almost no difference at all. Maybe a tiny bit of reverb is added, but it's definitely not the surround sound effect I was expecting.
also, the blue LED is almost as bright as the sun. I had to put a small piece of black electrical tape over it to keep from going blind.
So if you need a cheap decent sound card, this is simple and will do the job. if you actually want surround sound, look elsewhere. Honestly, for the price it's hard to complain about it (assuming you get one that works). it would have definitely been a 4 or 5 star review if the surround sound portion worked better.