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    Thumbs up Cool USB sound d-vice!

    I just recieved Topperge's USB device thing, and its awesome! Whats really cool is that it also has two outputs for those of you with a 4-channel amp! :-D SWEEET... the sound quality is OUTTA HERE... man so much better, and its definitely worth the 30 bucks I sent to Topperge, plus the 30 bucks I wasted on the MCMElectronics POS....

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    YEAH!!!! :-)
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    Hey, do you have a link?
    ~m
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    hmmm well Topperge has a web site for the thing: http://www.msu.edu/~topperge/up-ac97.htm
    but I think he may be almost out of them since the IOpener guys were hogging them up. The model I recieved only has 2 line outs (quasi fourchannel... I'm trying to see if I can get a fade front/back.. even without fade I can just hookup to a headunit or EQ)
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    Phat Justice, I'll see if I can find the driver CD for those things tonight, it might have the utility your looking for, i'll let you know. Everyone else, I have one left just like the one I sent to Phat Justice, $30 if you want it let me know

    Topperge

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    Damn, I'd jump on that if it could do front/rear fade and I had an extra USB port.

    I have yet to find a USB hub which can be easily powered in a car without an inverter, though I admit I haven't looked hard.
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    jshrieve:
    Heres a 4 port one thats powered right from the bus:
    http://www.usbgear.net/item_282.html
    And heres a 2 port one:
    http://www.usbgear.net/item_12.html

    Hope that helps, now do you want that sound adapter?

    topperge

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