The Sound Blaster K3+ is more than just a fancy headphone amp
Subject: General Tech | May 24, 2018 - 01:04 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: SoundBlaster, K3+, xlr
Sound Blaster's K3+ is billed as a USB Audio Interface even though it can be used without USB, if you are into karaoke. The K3+ offers support for two separately controlled XLR microphones, with 48V phantom power available and a proper ground. There are also three 1/4" jacks, two for headphones and one which will accept input from a guitar or other electric instrument. The K3+ outputs to two dual 3.5mm jacks as well as USB if you intend to feed it directly into a computer. Check out what else this soundboard can do in Modders-Inc's full review.
"We first got a look at the Sound Blaster K3+ at CES when we stopped by the Creative Suite. It was advertised as a USB Audio Interface designed with streamers in mind. To say that I was impressed with the concept of the K3+ would be a vast understatement."
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