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I'm looking for a good 3D Sound USB Audio Device that works under Linux Ubuntu.

Posted on 2011-09-21
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Hello to everyone,

someone of you use a 3D Sound USB Audio Device ? I'm looking for a model that works under Ubuntu. I'm talking about something like this :

http://www.hermann-uwe.de/photoblog/3d-sound-usb-audio-device

I read that this kind of sound card are usually not good,but I need to find one that works great on Ubuntu for ARM / Beagle Board XM.

Thanks.
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Hi, I have read the the Sound Blaster X-Fi`s provide linux compatibility. So i would go for that one.

Regards
Patrik
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Can you provide a link ?
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Here you can browse the x-fi products:

http://www.creative.com/soundblaster/

Here is a how to:
http://forums.auroraos.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1772

But i will check if i can find a sound card with better drivers..
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yes it's seems to be a little complicated for just only an usb sound adapter...
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@Patricck : did you find something else better ?
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