Syba SD-CM-UAUD USB Stereo Audio Adapters

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Syba SD-CM-UAUD USB Stereo Audio Adapter, C-Media Chipset, RoHS

  • USB Audio Device Class Specification 10
  • USB HID Class Specification 11
  • LED indicators: Microphone-Mute Status, Activity
  • Compliant with USB 20 Full Speed


The cell phone headsets are lightweight, portable and can be taken anywhere.

Questions to Consider

  • Does the cell phone ear piece stay on your head?
  • How easy is it to use?

USB Stereo Audio Adapter, C-Media Chipset, RoHS

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2 Responses to “Syba SD-CM-UAUD USB Stereo Audio Adapters

  • Review by Geek

    The mic and headphone jacks are color coded in standard pink and green, and have large white icon labels that are easily identified. The case is darkly translucent black, and a green LED inside blinks when sound is being transmitted or received, and otherwise glows steady when plugged in but not in active use. I also bought the cousin to this product, the 7.1 Channel USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter with external volume control buttons. The 7.1 version uses the same CM119 chipset, but was inferior to this Syba model in all respects.

    – The 7.1 model has a thicker body, making it more likely to block other USB ports.
    – The 7.1 inputs are not correctly color coded (yellow and black) and the icon labels are tiny and hard to distinguish.
    – The 7.1 is identified by OS X as “Unknown USB Audio device”
    – The particular 7.1 unit we received was assembled with its USB port slightly angled off-center. I strongly recommend avoiding the 7.1 model at all costs, this one is simpler and sturdier.

  • Review by Eric

    If you need a basic stereo speaker output and a mic input, this will probably suit your needs well.

    It’s inexpensive, and it works as described.

    Installation couldn’t be easier – just plug it in, and a driver is set up automatically. It works equally well with Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Ubuntu Linux. I have used the 64-bit versions of each on my PC, and each recognized and set up this device when I plugged it in, without any extra effort on my part.

    This device is also thin enough that it doesn’t block USB ports that are above or below, unless they’re using a thick USB plug. However, it could block USB ports to the sides.

    The audio output has a little bit if distortion, at least in my experience with it in Windows Vista 64-bit. Fortunately, at least in Windows Vista, you can use a different audio device for audio output.

    Also, the microphone input is mono. For musicians, this wouldn’t be suitable for making stereo recordings.

    -Other Thoughts:
    I bought this to use primarily as a microphone input, since the microphone input on my new PC does not work well. The microphone input on this device works very well. The microphone signal is loud and clear with no noise.

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