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APPROX 5.1 Channel Sound PCI-E Card, 32-bit

CCL Code: SND0077
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Manufacturer Code: APPPCIE51
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Manufacturer: Approx
APPROX 5.1 Channel Sound PCI-E Card, 32-bit

Key Features:

  • 6 Channels
  • Full Duplex
  • Output 5.1 Surround

Delivery Options (from £2.99)

Thursday 23rd August via Priority DPD

Monday 27th August via Royal Mail 1st Class

Collection Options

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Was £19.99

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The APPPCIE51 allows you to convert your PC into a 3D 5.1 surround system. With five audio jacks 3.5 mm Jack can connect headphones or sets of speakers 2.0, 2.1, 4.0, 4.1, 5.1 and through their inputs Front, Rear, Center and Woofer amplifier.
You can also connect a microphone to the microphone 3.5mm input and any audio device to the line input.
Thanks to its 6 channels can fully enjoy your music and movies like never before. Enjoy an unrivaled sound!

Main Features

  • 6 Channels
  • Full Duplex
  • Output 5.1 Surround

Item Details

Manufacturer Approx
Manufacturer Code APPPCIE51
EAN 8435099515562
Condition New

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Q: Hi - please can you tell me if this sound card is compatible with XP and Windows 10? Regards John
Answer by Website User on 3rd November 2017
This will work with Windows XP but not Windows 10
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Q: Does this card included low height bracket too?
Answer by Dan on 21st December 2015
This card does not list as having a low profile bracket included. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi, do you you know if this card is Linux/Ubuntu compatible? Thanks, Rob.
Answer by Website User on 9th May 2015
Unfortunately we don't have any experience with this product, particularly with Linux, and so cannot confirm if this will work with a Linux OS as we don't know if drivers would be available i'm afraid. I've not been able to find any Linux drivers for this online, and so at a guess i'd expect it isn't suitable for use with Linux. -Jake
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