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  1. Amanda says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
     1.0 out of 5 stars Hmmm, it was almost what I wanted … , 9 February 2012
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    I opened the envelope it came in. Wow, what a great color! Exactly the color I wanted .. I was almost too excited to put it on my Mac … Turns out, the buttons on the top row of the keyboard cover match that. On my actual keyboard Great disappointment. Maybe I’ve just malfunctioning one? IDK but if this was not the case, then I do not recommend this product. A power button defeats the purpose of the cover. Great color .. Not such a great product.

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  • Todd Vander Pas says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
     3.0 out of 5 stars product increased due to the folding , 17th August 2011
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    The product is delivered in small box. Of folded there is a significant increase, which does not allow it flat. On the keys I’ve tried several diffent ways uncrease. Ie product between books under chest for several days. That did not work and I still have the same problem.

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  • Kinga says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
     1.0 out of 5 stars Keys not line up , 17 October 2011
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    The function keys at the top of the keyboard are printed do not line up with what they really are, and its too much of a hassle for something that costs $ 5, if you are responsible for shipping costs to return loads. Also dampens volume from speakers. The MBA is designed so that sound is projected under the keys, and if this silicone cover is placed on top, it sounds dull. Not only that, but the silicone catches the dust, dirt or oil from the skin, and those end up on your screen when you close the laptop. Looks nice, but not practical.

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  • 501(c)Geek says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 252 of 257 people found the following review helpful
     5.0 out of 5 stars strong as headset adapter for Mac users , 8th January 2010 recommended
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    This review is from: Syba SD-CM-UAUD USB Stereo Audio Adapter, C-Media Chipset, RoHS (Electronics)

    This is the platonic form of a USB sound card. It works fine on Windows XP and Mac OS X, has clearly labeled inputs, decent build quality, and has no unnecessary features at a very affordable price. We bought it to stereo jack headsets with Skype on Mac computers that do not have use microphone jacks, and this adapter fits our needs This also fixes an issue that we have, if you have Windows XP on our iMacs -. Apple does not have the correct sound drivers in Boot Camp, and the built-in iMac headphone jack not to work in Windows – <. br /> USB adapter works perfectly
    In Mac OS X 10.5 and (tested in both) 10.6 recognizes the device as “C-Media USB Audio Device” Installation was plug. and play was, the device immediately recognized after plugging in, even though I had to manually select it as an input / output device in the Sound Control Panel. After selecting and adjusting the input level, OS X and Skype automatically both to and fro between Built -in Audio and C-Media USB turned on when it was plugged / unplugged, and remembered the input levels last on each used (although not the wide performance levels).
    A sticker on the outside of the box identifies the chipset as C-Media CM119, and it is a USB 2.0 device.
    physical construction seems much robust for a $ 10 device. Microphone and headphone connectors are color coded in standard pink and green, and have large white icons that are easily identified. The case is dark translucent black, and a green interior flashes when sound is transmitted or received LED, and otherwise stays lit when plugged in but not in active use. It’s too thick to Connecting to the USB ports on the edges of the 2007-2009 silver aluminum iMac keyboards. On our aluminum iMacs it has to be plugged into the back, where they do not block any other ports (unless other connected USB devices and thick) . However, it can be easily connected to the USB port next to the power cord at the back of the older white Mac keyboards from 2003 to 2007.
    disadvantages?
    The microphone input is mono, which is good for voice headsets, but probably not good for pro audio recording, which probably would not with a $ 10 device to be made anyway. I could do without flashing, but how it will be out of sight when connected behind my iMac, it is no big deal.
    comparison We
    cousin bought this product for the target = 7.1 Channel USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter with external buttons for volume control. Version 7.1 uses the same CM119 chipset, but was inferior to
    this Syba model in all respects – .. The 7.1 model has a thicker body, so it’s probably blocking other USB ports
    – The key to the 7.1 feel very thin, and are mostly useless because they only change the computer software volume settings
    -.-The 7.1 inputs (yellow and black) is not correctly color-coded and symbol labels are tiny .
    and could lead to confusion – A 7.1 recognized by OS X as “Unknown USB Audio Device”
    – The particular 7.1 unit we received slightly with mounted the USB port of could the middle angled
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    , only improvements in version 7.1 include the flaky exterior buttons and that it comes with a mini CD Xear “virtual surround sound” software for Windows only. Surely something other “3D sound simulation software” with this Syba unit, and there are several reports of the buttons / housing breaking on the 7.1 version. I recommend avoiding the 7.1 model at all costs, this is a simpler and more stable. ‘ div style = “padding-top: 10px; clear: both; width: 100%;”>

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  • Eric says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 66 of 68 people found the following review helpful:
     4.0 out of 5 stars works as described and easy to install! , 6 May 2009
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    If you basic one stereo speaker output and a microphone input must, this will probably suit your needs well-
    Pros: ..
    It’s cheap, and it works as described

    Installation could not be easier – just plug in, and a driver is installed automatically. It works equally well with Windows Vista, Windows XP and Ubuntu Linux. I’ve used the 64-bit versions of each on my PC, and each recognized and set up this device when I plugged in, with no extra effort on my part.
    This device is also thin enough that it does not block USB ports. above or below if they are using a thick USB plug However, it could to block USB ports on the sides
    -Cons.
    The audio output has a 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, that would not be suitable for producing stereo recordings
    -other thoughts:
    I bought this to use primarily as a microphone input as the microphone input on my new PC does not work well. The microphone input on this unit works very well. The microphone signal is loud and clear, without noise.

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  • zemes says:
    style=”margin-bottom:0.5em;”> 59 of 62 people found the following review helpful:
     3.0 out of 5 stars Simple design, low price is, for most purposes, , 6th February 2010
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    I had originally thought that this USB card incredible bargain. After more use and a comparison test, I began to believe that it’s just an OK product.
    The biggest attractions for its compact size, sound, reliability, simplicity, clear markings (with the right colors), absolutely no installation required (Windows 7) and low price.
    However, I discovered some shortcomings in this product may or nothing, depending on usage.

    First, the noise level is not the best. It is very useful, but not as good as a decent sound card is installed. At least one laptop tested (Lenovo X200 tablet) I recently noticeably cleaner builtin sound than this USB card.
    Second, the microphone input, this USB sound card is not being driven. Most USB sound cards are not adequately supplied, but I suspect this is particularly bad. This means that the sound card with many condenser microphones that require power. I just. Multiple microphone with an Audio Technica AT9842 microphone, which tested installed in perfectly with the PCI sound card from my desktop computer, but absolutely no sound card with this USB For your information, the microphone is not even require a very high voltage for power (I think it requires less than 5V). So you can forget it if you have some of the professional microphones that require phantom power would much higher than 5V.)
    All in all a very simple application, this is a very good choice thanks to the several advantages mentioned above. But if you’re going to want to use it for more advanced features, you can not have this sound card.

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