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UGREEN USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter with 3.5mm Combo Aux Stereo Converter for Headset, Mac, PS5, PC, Laptop, Desktops, Windows, and Linux White
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  • USB external sound card easily adds a 3.5mm aux TRRS port (integrated audio-in and audio out interface) to your computer, which enables you to connect your existing headset with 3.5mm TRRS to your PC through a USB interface. Note: It does not work with headset with separated headphone and microphone 3.5mm audio port.
  • Alternative USB Stereo Audio Adapter: It is perfect to bypass a faulty sound card, audio port, or as a replacement for a broken USB audio adapter.
  • Superb Sound Quality: USB external sound adapter adopted Advanced C-Media IC technology for optimal sound quality and device performance. It is constructed of durable ABS housing and with ultra compact design.
  • Flexible Cable Design: the 15cm cable length of the USB to 3.5mm Adapter offers more space when using with more usb ports on Laptop. Easy to set up: no driver required, just plug and play! USB bus-powered, no external power required.
  • Wide Compatibility: This headphone to usb adapter works with any standard USB Audio Class enabled system including Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP, Mac OS X, Linux, and PS5 PS4, Google Chromebook, Windows Surface 3 pro, Raspberry Pi etc.
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Found 42 comments on UGREEN USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter with 3.5mm Combo Aux Stereo Converter for Headset, Mac, PS5, PC, Laptop, Desktops, Windows, and Linux White:

u/Tacanacy · 4 pointsr/PS4

I mainly use Sennheiser HD800. Sometimes I use AKG K52, AKG KQ701, Audio-Technica ATH-AD700x, Beyerdynamic DT990 (600 ohms), HyperX Cloud, Philips Fidelio X2, Philips SHP9500, Sennheiser HD598, Sennheiser HD700, Superlux HD668B, Superlux HD669 and Superlux HD681 EVO. Headphones are a hobby of mine, that's why I have so many. I keep using them for comparisons and for keeping my memory of each one fresh.

I mostly use Schiit Magni 2 Uber and Modi 2 Uber as amp and DAC. I use Creative Sound Blaster X7 for virtual surround sound if games have shitty mixing, which is seldom.

I use Røde Procaster as mic and Behringer Q502USB as mixer.

My $70-100 go-to recommendation:

Philips SHP9500 + V-MODA BoomPro

The mic plugs directly into the headphone, replacing the original headphone cable. The headphone/mic cable plugs directly into the controller. You can use a sound card, e.g. Astro MixAmp Pro TR, or a USB adapter, like this one, instead.

SHP9500 has a well-balanced sound profile. It has clean bass and smooth treble that's not sharp or harsh. It has great clarity and overall sound quality that's not far away from headphones that cost several times more, e.g. AKG Q701, Beyerdynamic DT990, HiFiMan HE400i, Philips Fidelio X2 and Sennheiser HD598. Its weaknesses are soundstage, which is how you perceive space and environment of sound; imaging, which is how accurately you locate sounds/objects; and separation, which is how well you discern individual sounds from a range of overlapping sounds. However, SHP9500 performs well.

It has an open design (as you can see with the grills on the cups), so sound passes freely through, unlike closed headphones which isolate sound from passing in and out to some extent. The benefits of an open design are a larger soundstage and better imaging than most closed headphones (at least in same the price range, of course). It has a lightweight and durable build with an aluminum headband and no flimsy or squeaky parts. The earpads have good quality with soft and smooth, non-itchy fabric, and they're detachable, but they're shallow. The headphone sits comfortably on my head.

The BoomPro has a volume and mic mute control. It has great build quality, with an aluminum gooseneck and a tangle-free and braided cable. I'm not going to say anything else about the sound quality than that it's great for voice chat because you can (and you should) listen to sound tests on YouTube to judge for yourself.

Another headphone/headset I've compared it to is HyperX Cloud, which I bring up because it's so well known. It sounds very muddy, has scratchy and awful treble, and it has a smaller soundstage and worse imaging.

If you need sound isolation, Status Audio CB-1 is a popular headphone for gaming in the audio enthusiast community that's compatible with the BoomPro. If you're willing to attach an Antlion ModMic or a Massdrop Minimic to headphones, which is very easy to do, then I have other recommendations and suggestions, open and closed.

u/Rudyska666 · 3 pointsr/Vive

The headphone jack that plugs into the top of the Vive HMD is for outgoing audio, not the incoming mic. You will need to get a USB adaptor



This is what I used, plugs into the super-secret USB port on the Vive HMD, its hiding behind the cover where the wires go.

Cheers mate

u/LouGossetJr · 2 pointsr/BudgetAudiophile

i used to want to upgrade my pc audio and get a DAC/AMP setup. i tried this with my Vmoda Crossfade M100s with boom mic pro and it sounds great. just plugs into one of my front USB ports and use my standard 3.5mm jack from my boom mic pro cable. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XP5R449/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

i believe the Q702 have 62ohm impedance with 105db sensitivity, so they should be easily driven by your onboard sound.

as far as problems reported on your setup, i can not comment on that. nor have i owned a stack like the schiit you're looking at. but i can attest that my headphones sound great for gaming and music i can hear footsteps coming from different directions easily.

u/klk77 · 2 pointsr/headphones

Sadly I don't have that option

And yes the headphones were in the proper way haha

Thanks for your link, I think I found what would work for my Astro in the related items

this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_wKCdBbZGD9Y92


u/th-hiddenedge · 2 pointsr/Vive

Use something like this in the usb port on the headset.

u/Hulkstern · 2 pointsr/techsupport

> Mic Y Splitter Cable

There are also USB adapters with a headphone jack and a mic input like this one though depending on the connector you could just use one like this

u/TheRedSeaman · 2 pointsr/PS4

Something like this?:

If I plug the USB into the PS4, and use a double-ended Aux, will sound come out of the speakers?

u/JaehaerysConciliator · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

So an extension cable is almost guaranteed to only be TRS and not a 4 pole connector like what your apple headphones need. Easiest way would be something like this and if you need extra length, then get a USB extension.

u/Fadic4 · 2 pointsr/cars

UGREEN USB Sound Card External Converter, USB Audio Adapter with 3.5mm Aux Stereo for Headset, PC, Laptops, Desktops, PS4, Windows, Mac, and Linux https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_uS9rzbSS3XTQR

u/Clyzm · 2 pointsr/PS4

Buying $200 worth of DAC/Amp equipment for $150 headphones going into a game console is way not worth it.

/u/LordanTroi, if you're sitting right beside your PS4 in front of a monitor like I'm imagining (since you used to plug in your headphones directly into your monitor), just go ahead and get a USB to 3.5mm adapter and call it a day. Your volume will be fine. Don't get type C -> 3.5mm; the PS4 doesn't have a type C port. It's the normal blocky one we've been using for ages, that's called USB type A.

u/geekywarrior · 2 pointsr/GearsOfWar

I'm in the same boat as you, but unfortunately I can't connect my headset to the PC directly. The only potential work around I have is using a USB headset adapter like this to see if that helps with the echo. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/


But that's a little steep for something that should work as is with the equipment you have. I really hope they fix this audio issue soon as I can't play with friends on PC otherwise.

I would make sure you don't have the Stereo Mix under recording devices enabled, as that could be causing an echo as well.

u/ensum · 2 pointsr/techsupport

Good luck. You're gonna need a mess of adapters to accomplish that.

What you're going to need to ultimately do is get PS4 audio sent as an input into your PC and connect your headphones directly to your PC so you can hear both at the same time.

So firstly you're gonna need to make sure you have an Audio IN port on your PC. Next is transferring the Audio over to your PC. The easiest way to do this is pick yourself up a sound card with optical input. Something like this could work.


Then you could run the optical cable from the PS4 to the Optical IN on the card and have it do live playback.

The second cheaper option would be to get one of these devices.


Then run a 3.5mm into your PC. It likely won't sound as good but in theory it should work.

You would of course need to make sure you 3.5mm MIC/AUX Input on your PC.


Something like this could work on your PC if you didn't have a 3.5mm aux input.

Obviously you'd need the 3.5mm cable like this.


And you'd need an optical cable that would plug into the adapter.


u/darkworldaudio · 1 pointr/audio

I could be wrong but I don't think any audio interfaces output to USB, sorry. Even USB focused interfaces output via headphone jack. You can buy a little converter but it'll slightly increase latency and may not work as intended as it typically needs a computer to function.

u/WingedGeek · 1 pointr/headphones

Looks good, thanks! (A few reviews complain about comfort, others say they’re all day comfortable.)

Looks like it uses a 3.5mm TRRS connector? Is there a USB audio device that uses that connector, vs. separate headphone/microphone connectors?

Edit: Looks like there are at least two USB/TRRS adapters. (Would have thought it’d be more common.)

UGREEN USB Sound Card External Converter USB Audio Adapter with 3.5mm Aux Stereo for Headset, PC, Laptops, Desktops, PS4, Windows, Mac, and Linux White

NRG Tech TRRS CTIA / AHJ/ 4 Pole USB Audio Adapter- Designed for Apple Earpods or other compatible VOIP/ Skype headsets

Edit 2: I suppose I could use a splitter and just about any USB audio adapter...

u/imaplez · 1 pointr/techsupport

No it wont, thats set up for a power cable.

Look at these, UGREEN USB Sound Card External Converter USB Audio Adapter with 3.5mm Aux Stereo for Headset, PC, Laptops, Desktops, PS4, Windows, Mac, and Linux White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ijjdBbAJ6X2E5

Or, UGREEN USB Audio Adapter External Stereo Sound Card With 3.5mm Headphone And Microphone Jack For Windows, Mac, Linux, PC, Laptops, Desktops, PS4 (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N905VOY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_MjjdBb1M8X5K2

You dont really need the second one but i believe those are normally cheaper

u/sk9592 · 1 pointr/buildapc

By default no.

PC cases and motherboards have separate mic and headphone 3.5mm jacks. They are not integrated into the same 3.5mm jack like on a phone.

You will need to get an adaptor like this:


Or a USB one like this:


Or just a PC headset.

u/votehart407 · 1 pointr/razer

There is a USB to 3.5mm jack I use with headphones with my laptops and it always clears out the static. Odd though you are hearing it with the USB cable for the Nommos. Below is the ones I use.


u/BigChunnggus · 1 pointr/hackintosh


- Razer Blade 15 2018 Advanced running Mojave (10.14) -

Everything Works except for obviously Nvidia graphics which have been disabled and runs quieter in comparison to Windows.

- Adata SX8200 1TB M.2 Drive (Great Value)

- Keys are setup to mimic Mac keyboard layout as well with all shortcuts through Karabiner.

See Guide - https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/guide-razer-blade-15-2018-detailed-install-guide-high-sierra-10-13-6-17g2208-17g5019.264017/


High Sierra Build



Samsung 256gb 860 Pro for MacOS Drive

Samsung 256gb 950 pro for Windows OS Drive + 2TB Hdd

MSI Pro Gaming AC motherboard

Ncase M1

Peripherals are anne pro 2, g502 and samsung 34 inch ultrawide monitor.

I would not recommend this monitor for and serious photo, video editing as the colour isn't great however it makes up for it with the 100hz refresh rate which is incredibly smooth.

Samsung monitor -


Only issue is audio which I have gotten around by simply using a usb to aux adapter with built in realtek drivers.

This is the one I use and saves a whole lot of time and frustration trying to get audio to work without futzing with kexts and compatibility. Plug. and play


I hacked my pc about 2 years ago and has never failed me since I worked out all the issues. - Windows was the first to screw me over as one day I had an automatic repair loop and had to wipe the drive. Got the razer blade this year as my old MBP just died after 7 years of service.

I use to do a lot of photo and video editing but now I mainly use it for music production. Just setup my razer blade to test out at a friends studio.

u/rookie_hunter · 1 pointr/PS4


Only decided on this one for the inline mic capability.

u/omniscient97 · 1 pointr/headphones

Got some new Sennheiser Momentum 2 AEBTs and I'm wondering if I can split the single 3.5mm wire into separate headphone and mic 3.5mm cables so I can use it as a headset when I'm on my PC.

I'm thinking of something like this

Anyone know if this is possible?


Ps also just spotted this , not sure if that would also work

u/cf18 · 1 pointr/buildapc

It would be easier to just get a USB sound card with 4 pole, e.g.



Front audio on PC case usually have poor quality, since they typically have thin unshielded cable transmitting analogue audio, near all kind of EM noise from the fan motors etc.

u/e2e4se · 1 pointr/BudgetAudiophile

Do you think This would be the same?

u/MentalFaithlessness · 1 pointr/techsupport

To me, it looks like your built-in DACs may be fried. Only cheap solution that I can see is getting one of these doo-dahs (key words are "usb to 3.5mm adaptor"), which is probably going to be 100x cheaper than any repairs needed to get it working. They'd probably suggest a motherboard replacement and that could cost a pretty penny, so try that and see how you get on. If it doesn't work, simply file a return with Amazon.

u/unikardo · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

UGREEN USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter with 3.5mm Combo Aux Stereo Converter for Headset, Mac, PS4, PC, Laptop, Desktops, Windows, and Linux White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_78uKDbB3CMC3R

u/hiimnewhere123 · 1 pointr/PS4

I don't think there's a way to make it louder through the controller. However I think something like this might help. Maybe try to find one with a volume adjust feature on it.

Quick edit: Do NOT buy the one I linked. I just looked at the description and it said the sound output for left and right channels are reversed when used with a PS4. Just use the link as an example :)

u/Nelvah · 1 pointr/techsupport

Are you using the boom Mic that came with? Additionally you can try one of the adapters linked below. It could be that your Auxiliary port on your computer is bad or potentially your front panel is not connected to the mobo correctly. IF you have a auxiliary port in the back of your machine I would test that too.




u/IronCrown · 1 pointr/BudgetAudiophile

Will something like this work for that purpose?

u/wacktionary · 1 pointr/headphones

Some onboard cards don't handle TRRS but that's a little surprising these days. But then again, so are physically separate audio i/o ports on a laptop. A combo cable, 2x TRS to TRRS, would make it work but you still might get noise from the onboard card. I'd recommend a nice portable dac/amp or a $15 USB audio adapter that does TRRS.

u/Berowulf · 1 pointr/computers

Makes sense. It should be defaulting to the mic you have plugged in, but some computers are just weird with that, I'd suggest buying a splitter so that you have a different cable for the microphone and the audio. And if that doesn't work work then buy a USB adapter that translates mic + audio cords to usb

MillSO 3.5mm Jack Adapter CTIA - Y Splitter Audio Cable with Separate Microphone and Headphone Connector for PC, PS4 Gaming Headset- 8inch/20CM Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B071NDLCGC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_YvlTBbDN7F54Y

Sabrent USB External Stereo Sound Adapter for Windows and Mac. Plug and play No drivers Needed. (AU-MMSA) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IRVQ0F8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_PwlTBbCBPVBQN

Never used anything like this but you could try this as well. Aux to USB. Probably cheaper just to buy the two other adapters though.
UGREEN USB Sound Card External Converter USB Audio Adapter with 3.5mm Aux Stereo for Headset, PC, Laptops, Desktops, PS4, Windows, Mac, and Linux White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_vylTBbWFVFPH1

u/karlmoebius · 1 pointr/hoggit

If they're the ones with the extended (TRRS) 3.5mm jack, if your laptop doesn't have the right plug for it, you can buy a usb adaptor from amazon for sub $20 (or sub $10 if you want to go super cheap)

u/rednax1206 · 1 pointr/techsupport

So you are looking for something like this? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/

u/Bjoolzern · 1 pointr/techsupport

We get this question quite often so I have looked into it before. The only USB adapter I have managed to find with a TRRS plug is this one. I have no idea if it's good or even if it works properly, but it's the only one I have found. I have not found any audio cards with a TRRS plug.

My suggestion is to try a another well reviewed splitter.

u/ImaginaryCheetah · 1 pointr/BudgetAudiophile

keep it local, and get Fluance.


if you can possibly find room on your desk for 5" woofers :)

no need for an amp, since these are powered.

external USB sound cards are dirt cheap, you can plug more than one in, and chose the audio source output from your computer to play music over the speakers or your headphones. even cheap USB sound cards often sound far better than the built in ones on computers, since they're isolated from chassis ground.


or nicer (based on reviews)


or get one designed for headphone use, with two outputs, and drive the Fluance speakers from the secondary output and your headphones from the primary.


u/UnpricedHydra6 · 1 pointr/gaming

This is assuming you are using a wired connection.

The mic will not work using your motherboard’s built in audio ports

Im using my beats Solo3 as a headset but I connect them using this adapter , it works as any other usb heatset with mic.

u/NovaWork · 1 pointr/letsplay

I take it since you have the BLUE YETI you don't have any sort of XLR to usb Mix board or adapters at all. Unless you plan to buy a lot new hardware i would say look at a PURPLE PANDA LAVALIER MIC
and Some LONG Exention cords or Get a Long USB extention and a USB Audio adapter like this

I do not know if the RIFT has any USB ports on the HMD like the VIVE Does. The idea here is that you have long enough of a cord between the Lav and the USB adapter (if used) that you can just wrap it with the Rift's Cable back to your computer via Hook and loop cable ties. Only catch is now you must remember to REMOVE the LAV off your shirt, collar, or nipple clamps when you remove the Rift of your head.

The Lav has some really good audio to it. that was recorded with both items I listed above on my VIVE. It's not the best int he world But for 20 bucks jsut for the lav. It's rather good for what you pay for.

u/CleverRya · 1 pointr/buildapc

If it helps I use https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XP5R449/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_i_T6FoDbHCDW0ER with no issues for my earbuds with a mic

u/chiller8 · 1 pointr/Honda

I'd try something cheap like this first. and it's free returns...with a prime account.

You'd also need a 3.5mm male to male aux cable.

Edit: I'm not sure this would work but it's the route I would go before buying a head unit or taking apart my dash.