I would like to see what Jake & Amir can do with this thing? In addition to the well positioned microphone, the Samson Q3 also has an expansion slot via SD card for additional memory capacity.Â Up to 32GBs to be exact. The Samson Q3 also has VGA output so you can easily connect the device to your TV for instant viewing.Â Continue Reading
The MIDI-to-USB cable has traditional male and female MIDI (DIN) connectors on one end and a USB connector on the other. Musicians can use the USB-MIDI Cable to control virtually any MIDI-compliant software using any hardware device with a MIDI output jack, such as a keyboard, drum pad or MPC The USB-MIDI Cable is class compliant for plug-and-play USB connectivity on Continue Reading
LG Electronics released their new MP3 player, the UP3 Neon.Â They got the name from the bright blue LED control lights on the menu.Â What is unique about this MP3 player is the face it doubles as a flash drive, but don’t they all? Source:Â Aving.net. Continue Reading
The Stanton T.90 USB turntable is a great looking product and looks much better than our Ion Audio turntable we’ve reported about the last couple of years.Â There are a host of features any DJ or home audio enthusiast would appreciate include a high torque direct drive motor for longevity. Continue Reading
The iPhone is truly becoming your single device for mobile travel, work and communication.Â I’m mean really, what else do you need?Â Maybe video capability… Continue Reading
Oh, give me a home where the buffalo roam.Â Where the deer and the antelope play. Where seldom is heard a discouraging word And the skies are not cloudy all day.Might be the perfect song for this USB buffalo speaker system by Gadget4all.Â With freaky looking blue LED lights to illuminate the eyes and horns, you’ll be impressed with these speakers even in the dark.Â Not the strangest USB powered gadget, but it’s up there.
The USB buffalo speakers include a small Li-ion battery for portable use.Â Because you need to take this out on the range.Â Back at the ranch you can charge her back up via USB. You can get all this buffalo madness for only $14. Continue Reading
Features include a built in microphone for immediate recording or use [up to] two connectors for dynamic mics.Â Controls include ability to adjust the sound level and gain, limiter and low cut filter to help you maintain the quality of the recording. What’s so ideal about this Belkin package is the solid dock station for your iPod.Â You can see the full configuration here: Continue Reading
Great for the gamer or web addicted employee who wants the full experience of multimedia on-line video while reducing the risk of exposure through loud noise when the boss walks by.Â With the swipe of the finger, that volume is down to mute.Â Couple the USB volume control with hiding your flash drive on your computer, and you’ll remain stealth hours at a time. However, for more serious applications this USB volume control is ideal for kiosks where users need to adjust volume, yet no keyboard or mouse are available.Â This simple USB conntected volume control is the perfect answer.Â Or maybe older folks who want a quick and easy way to adjust sound volume while using the computer, again the USB Fever volume control is an ideal option. USB volume control product page. Continue Reading
One of the fundamental problems with sound cards inside your computer is their location.Â Sitting right next to a power supply or processor means there is audio degradation from noise emitted from these devices.Â By having the PureAudioâ„¢ USB-SA external sound card away from all this, your sound quality is greatly improved.Â Coupled with the Andrea Electronics noise cancellation technology it’s unlikely you’ll get anything as clean and clear as the PureAudioâ„¢ USB-SA.
â€œWe were immediately impressed by the compact size and the quality. The full duplex device isn’t just a petite pretty face. It produced the lowest noise floor of any previous soundcard we’ve tested.â€ said Lunis Orcutt of KnowBrainer, value added reseller of speech recognition equipment and software.Â â€œThe USB-SA seems to be well thought out and attractively priced. Some of the microphones that we sell have difficulty with full duplex USB Pods but none have a problem with the USB-SA, which is now our favorite.â€The PureAudioâ„¢ USB-SA external sound card is available from a number of on-line retailers and outlets.Â Pricing is $45USD.Â Andrea Electronics product page. Continue Reading
The Sony Marine uses a powerful navigation dial system to weed through your extensive audio collection or you can use the connected device itself to select your song of choice. The Sony Marine is comprised of two units with remote connecting via USB.Â The main unit, like a typical stereo and the RM-X60M remote to control your stereo, well remotely.Â Both head units share DM+ technology that enhances the sound quality of compressed audio files such as supported MP3 and non-DRM WMA and AAC formats. The remote will be priced at $130 when it ships, and the CDX-H910UI marine receiver priced at about $350.Â Nothing for a boat is cheap.Â After all doesn’t B.O.A.T. mean Bust out Another Thousand? Source:Â CyberEddie. Continue Reading
The LP-2-Flash has a built in SD slot where you can directly load up your flash memory.Â The process fully logs, categorizes and separates the audio tracks and digitally converts them to MP3.Â If you aren’t into SD then USB is equally available.Â Now, connecting your USB stick or HDD for vinyl download is just as easy. Sample rates up to 192kHz.Â Wow. Continue Reading
I’m not much of a retro styled bloak, but that doesn’t stop me from admitting this is one cool looking USB microphone.Â The Brando wireless retro USB microphone is a great addition to the desktop for on-line chat without sacraficing personal style. The wireless mic spans up to 3 meters without fail and is simple plug-n-play technology. Since the USB microphone is wireless, the the mic is powered by 9V battary.Â Priced at just $29 bucks. Brando retro style wireless USB microphone product page. Continue Reading