Pure Audio USB-SA
3.5/5 from 20 reviews.
- Type: USB Sound Card
- Interface: 2.0 USB
- Connection: 2x 3.5 mm Jack for Mic. and Speakers
- Stereo Speaker Output: - D/A Conversion Resolution: 16 bit
- Frequency Response: 20-20,000 Hz
Description:The Andrea PureAudio is an external USB sound card that provides all high-fidelity audio input (such as from microphones) and output (such as speakers). It uses a high-speed USB 2.0 interface, with two 3.5mm jacks for mics and speakers _ the green one for speakers, the pink for mics. Both input and output are at 2 channel stereo and has sampling rates of 48 KHz, 44.1 KHz, 16KHz and 8 KHz. Its small form factor also makes it a portable addition for other audio peripherals.
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An audio card, commonly known as a sound card, is a computer component that assists the input and output of audio signals. It works by converting electrical signals to audio via a speaker (output), or audio to electrical signals the computer can recognize (input). This is an umbrella term that also applies to external interfaces that provide audio functionality to a system instead of relying on the computer?s hardware itself. It is used for many multimedia pursuits, such as music generation or entertainment, as in movies or games.