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I just picked one of these up for under $30, and it sounds great! Software volume control works perfectly without latency, the sound is clean and hum-free (all the motherboard-integrated audio I've ever tried has had hum), and it just works, no drivers needed.

Highly recommended if you're looking for a hassle-free, high quality audio solution. It has line in too, but I haven't tried it yet. I think the D/A converters are Burr-Brown.

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Thanks good news :)
I ordered my usb sound blaster :) and waiting to start playing with it .

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I just picked one of these up for under $30, and it sounds great! Software volume control works perfectly without latency, the sound is clean and hum-free (all the motherboard-integrated audio I've ever tried has had hum), and it just works, no drivers needed.

Highly recommended if you're looking for a hassle-free, high quality audio solution. It has line in too, but I haven't tried it yet. I think the D/A converters are Burr-Brown.

/blkblt


hi blkblt, i want to buy one too, please give a link or a model what you buy and pls tell me if its work on Leopard 10.5.0

thx

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yes, I also want to know what model of your usb sound





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