Reviews and Problems with Voyetra Turtle Beach Micro II USB
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Ralph Cramdon "MP3'er", Amazon
24 December 2014
Summary: After building my HTPC I found my optical SPDIF wouldn't pass anything but 2 channel stereo audio. After searching for hours I finally found the Turtle Beach Audio Advantage Micro II. I read as much about it as I could find about it, but wasn't sure if it could or would pass true Dolby Digital.
Summary: I am so glad that I stumbled on this product. I have an Intel nuc running openelec 4.07 in my home theatre what I also had a pair of pioneer wireless 5.1 wireless headphones for times when my little one is trying to sleep in the next room.
Works well, follow instructions to install newest Win XP, 7, 8 compatible driver from Website, plays Dolby Digital TV Signals
Timothy M. Richmond, Amazon
25 May 2014
Summary: I got this because I wanted to attach a pair of Turtle Beach Wireless Tango headphones I got for $69 on clearance. You really do have to follow the instructions to get it installed with the "Have Disk" option, but after 5 minutes it was done.
Summary: This device is very end of life and puts you through some hurdles to get it running on more modern machines. It also has a limited selection of surround sound encodings it can drive a system with.
Driver doesn't work with Win7, and Turtle Beach won't have my Business ever again!
Jeff Ward, Amazon
15 March 2014
Summary: I bought this because it was advertised to get my DolbyDigital back to my Turtle Beach Headphones. I downloaded and followed the OEMs instruction for the x64 Driver only to find that they aren't digitally signed.
Summary: I purchased this product to stream audio from my laptop PC into my home theatre system. The Dell laptop uses Windows 7 Pro and the audio stream is from Itunes. The unit does work however I MUST use a generic Windows 7 driver as the Turtle Beach Micro II driver does NOT install correctly.
WAY better sound than my laptop's headphone jack with great portability .....
Amazon Customer, Amazon
13 February 2014
Summary: This unit, plugged into a USB port on my laptop, with my headphones plugged into the stereo mini jack on its other side, gives WAY better sound than my laptop's headphone jack. It's quite small, making transporting it around barely noticeable, and its footprint around a laptop in use negligible.
Summary: I use it with a Raspberry Pi (without a powered hub) that currently runs MusicBox, to listen to Spotify, but have also tested it with some FLAC files. If you only need analog, you might be put off by the higher price, but even then it's a bargain. Crisp and clear sound, all round.
Summary: I am on my second one of these Micro II USB cards now. The first one I purchased lasted 5 years and I did not hesitate to buy another once i had issues because someone damaged it at my apartment. These provide crystal clear sound that far exceeds the analog counterpart.