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|16th December 2008, 16:02||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
BudgetGadget 5.1 USB Sound Card Review
Anyone who knows me can tell you that I love nerdy little gadgets. I've gone through my period of USB-powered missile launchers and night vision webcams. I moved on to bigger toys, audio and video hardware that seem to take up tons of room. So much so that I have a shelf next to my desk specifically for my toys and tools. Seriously, this crap takes up a lot of room. So when I came across this website called BudgetGadgets.com, I was immediately enthralled. You know the expression about the kid in the candy store? A geek on a gadget website is the same damned thing. And that is where today's toy comes from.
It's a little like the Dollar Tree, if you've ever shopped there. Things are inexpensive and fun, but if you're not careful you'll wind up with a cart full of stuff you don't need and a nice little chunk taken out of your bank account. So I settled for one single gadget. It's called USB Sound. It's a 6 channel USB powered audio controller. It supports 32KHz, 44.1KHz, and 48KHz sampling in digital and analog recording as well as in digital/analog playback.
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