Giving USB a voice
Subject: General Tech | March 12, 2008 - 05:50 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Audiotrak Maya EX5 CE External 5.1 USB Surround Audio Solution seems odd at first, an external USB device built of see through plastic that can provide up to 7.1 channels of sound. It is all software controlled, which does mean there are less things to break on the device, but also makes it seem very plain. Digit Life has all the specs on this device, see if it sounds like something you could use.
"Audiotrak has launched an external USB device, Maya EX5 CE. It differs from the previous Maya EX5 product only in
colors. The title of the new product now includes CE, which stands for Crystal Edition. Unfortunately, such a nice name
did not affect technical characteristics of the device, all parameters remain the same."
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