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External 6 Channel 5.1 Optical Audio USB Sound Box Card S/PDIF Adapter
|Price:||CDN$ 16.99 FREE SHIPPING.|
- 100% Brand New.
- Size:8.7 x 6 x 2 cm
- Package Content: 1 x USB 5.1 Ch optical Controller Audio Sound Card S\PDIF 1 x CD driver 1 x USB cable
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External USB Sound Adapter supports AES/EBU, IEC60958, S/PDIF consumer formats for stereo PCM audio.
Fix 48KHz sampling rate for 5.1 channel playback.
Supports digital recording function with 32KHz, 44KHz and 48KHz sampling rates.
Supports analog recording function.
Supports SCMS ( Serial Copy Management System ) copy protection.
Fully duplex playback/recording audio stream without sound card in PC.
Compliant with USB specification v1.1 Compliant with USB audio device class v1.0 Supports USB full speed 12Mbit 480Mbit serial data transmission.
Supports input and output channels.
Supports multi channels audio code interface for 5.1 channel playback.
The USB 5.1 Sound Audio Box supports conventional audio 2 channels source playback ( only L,R, channel active ) Plug and play under windows without external memory.
Specifications: MIC IN
Size: 9 x 6 x 2cm
compatible with Win98SE, ME, 2000, XP. VISTA
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I did not have to install the driver that comes in a mini-cd - WIndows 10 detected the device and installed it automatically.
I use the output jacks for a 5.1 Zalman headphone and all the outputs are working normally.
Because I am unable to install the drives through the cd (I don't have a cd reader - it is becoming as useless as floppy disk) I can't manage the outputs and consequently I can't control which speaker is on which port, and I need that to switch the center/subwoofer outputs.
I will have to check if the downloadable drive is able to do that.
The only tiny cons of this product is that it uses a MINI USB port instead of a micro usb port - since most of the usb devices use micro usb nowadays (and are expected to change to usb type-c later on), this is quite inconvenient if you pretend to carry this device up and down and find yourself without the cable.