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UGREEN USB to Audio Jack Sound Card Adapter with Dual TRS 3-Pole 3.5mm Headphone and Microphone USB to Aux 3.5mm External Audio Converter for…


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  • UGREEN Aux to USB adapter offers an easy and portable way to upgrade the sound quality of your favorite laptop or desktop computer. This USB to audio jack gives you easy access to a wide selection of audio input and output ports so you can plug in a microphone, a gaming headset, or speakers. You could even use the external sound card to plug in a home theater sound system or to assist in recording music or podcasts.
  • Seductive Sound for You: With a built-in DAC high-resolution chip, UGREEN USB to headphone jack for PC provides you with high fidelity audio. Up to 16bit/48kHz of sampling rate, this audio adapter could enhance the original sound quality of your devices.
  • Plug and play: No driver required, just plug and play! USB bus-powered, no external power required for this convenient sound card. In addition, UGREEN Aux to USB can work as a second sound source for simultaneous operation of speakers and headphones.
  • Wide Compatibility: The USB to audio jack is Compatible with Windows 11/10/98SE/ME/2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/7/8/Linux/Mac OSX/PS5/PS4/Google Chromebook/Windows Surface Pro 3/Raspberry Pi. Please kindly note. Not compatible with PS3.
  • Compact and Portable: Durable ABS material make the USB to headphone jack compact and lightweight. IMPORTANT NOTE: This usb sound card only supports mono microphone TRS, DOES NOT support TS, TRRS.

Specification: UGREEN USB to Audio Jack Sound Card Adapter with Dual TRS 3-Pole 3.5mm Headphone and Microphone USB to Aux 3.5mm External Audio Converter for…



Item model number


Hardware Platform

‎Headphones, PC, Gaming Consoles, Laptops, Speakers

Operating System

‎Windows 98 se, Linux, Windows me, Windows xp, Chrome os, Windows vista, Mac os, Windows 2000, Windows 10

Item Weight

‎0.64 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎1.97 x 1.18 x 1.97 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎1.97 x 1.18 x 1.97 inches



Computer Memory Type



‎Ugreen Group Limited

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

‎November 16, 2016

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  1. Alchemyst

    My Nintendo Switch is connected to a monitor through DVI. Normally I plug a 3.5mm cable from the speaker to the Switch’s 3.5mm port to get my sound working and its a little inconvenient doing it whenever I dock my Switch which also makes a lot of static sound in the process.

    Since the Switch supports USB audio, this adapter works like charm. The sound is if not the same, better than just plugging to the 3.5mm port from the Switch to the speaker. I’m satisfied so far. I hope its durable enough. For now my rating is a perfect 5/5

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  2. Mike

    The perfect (or as near perfect as you’re likely to get!) affordable solution to solving the shortfall of some modern computers (particularly NUC’s and Micro Boxes) that have no 3.5mm Audio Output Jack. Many of the latest Intel NUC’s are not equipped with an analogue sound output, relying instead on the use of a Thunderbolt Hub which can be an expensive addition. This ‘external sound card’ simply plugs in to any USB (2.0 or 3.0) socket either directly mounted on the computer or via a USB Hub. It requires no drivers being completely plug’n’play (Note that I can only speak regarding Windows 10 and 11 in this respect) and provides both a Microphone Input and a Speaker/Headphone Output, each using a Stereo 3.5mm Jack. Sound quality is more than ‘acceptable’ but not audiophile quality – at this price you can’t expect to hear the symphony orchestra turning over their music sheets!
    All in all, for the price – exceptional value when compared to the alternatives!

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  3. Mike

    Perfect for boosting the gain of an external microphone such as the 

    Antlion Audio ModMic 5 Modular Attachable Boom Microphone

     without increasing the background noise excessively like my onboard audio did. In particular, this product performed exceptionally better than 

    Syba USB Audio Adaptor

     which I had to refund because of how little of an improvement was felt.

    After getting this device I recommend the following settings on Windows 10 for a more consistent sound:

    Under the “Custom” tab in recording devices, disable “AGC” (Audio Gain Control). This feature automatically increases and decreases the volume to create a stable output. IMO this is better leaving up to the particular application if needed, for example Discord can perform this far better on it’s own than with assistance. Under “Levels” set volume to 100.

    After doing these two steps my volume was pretty good after being boosted (Discord), but for games that didn’t support AGC was still a tad quiet, to increase the gain precisely I followed ModMic’s guide on “What to do if your ModMic is too quiet”, specifically using a gain of 7.00 dB myself. Finally, ensure that Echo, Noise and AGC are on under Discord Advanced Voice processing settings if you are using it.

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  4. George

    This product straight up doesn’t work properly, and it’s not the first sound card I’ve bought off amazon either. Both products (the other one being the still popular Techrise sound card) have the same issue, which is that the microphone jack doesn’t work to an at all functional level. The computer will recognise a microphone but you literally have to yell into it for it to register the fainted sound, making it completely unusable. The audio output works fine, but If I just wanted audio out I would have bought something else. I think its ridiculous that such products are out there and sold as top rated products on Amazon when they are straight up not fit for purpose, this wasn’t even that cheap for what it is (I payed £11, which seems about right for a good quality adaptor), I will be returning this and I advise anyone else to stay well away in general. If you really want a good usb sound card that works either use a high end product (like a HyperX one, I actually already had an old one lying around) or try aliexpress (will probably be cheaper too).

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  5. Mike D

    I recently purchased a gaming headset for my PS4, but the light feature was powered by USB, and had to use an adapter for mic&headphone, but the USB cord is to short to reach my console while headset was plugged into my controller. So I found this adapter so that I may use the light feature and my headset. I am very happy with this adapter, works great with PS4. Will definitely recommend this to other PS4 gamers!!

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  6. JMAC

    I originally ordered the Creative SoundBlaster USB DAC and had some issues with it, so I decided to give this one a go. Unfortunately it is worse than the Creative product.

    1. Sound Quality: The output is plenty loud enough, but I was experiencing lots of popping, crackling, distortion, clipping and stuttering. I suspect this is due to the generic USB audio driver being used here, there’s no specific driver it needs so it’s just plug and play which can be a good thing, but in this case it wasn’t playing well with my USBs.

    2. Mic Quality: Awful, just horrible. I have a mono mic on my headset with the correct 3.5 TRS connector as described, but the mic sounds terrible. It’s completely unusable.

    I have decided to bite the bullet and get a sound card. This product will work alright if you just need to power some headphones through usb, but don’t bother to buy it if you are serious about any sort of quality audio or you want to use the a mic.

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  7. Alchemyst

    As a simple USB DAC for output (i.e. computer/device audio being played through headphones), this device works quite well. Frequency range is quite good, but this is no surprise considering CMedia’s chipsets are decent at this, as the company has had nearly 2 decades to refine their ICs.

    However, the problems began with input (i.e. microphone). Testing was done using a MacBook Air (2017 model), OS X 10.14.6, and a Sennheiser GAME ONE headset with integrated mic. Most reviewers would write “the microphone didn’t work”, so I’ll be more verbose:

    When the USB mic input volume in OS X was set to maximum, no audio could be heard unless I literally screamed into the microphone, after which the audio that was picked up was extremely low in volume whilst sounding compressed (distorted, crackling). It was as if the peak/gain was through the roof, something only controlled by the DAC itself. I got a replacement from Amazon, thinking the issue might have been just a bad port, but the same problem happened.

    Whilst anecdotal, I suspect the problem relates impedance (a.k.a. resistance). The GAME ONE headset is a high impedance headset and the microphone is likely subject to similar impedance levels as the cans themselves (though for mics this is output impedance, not input!). In other audio chipsets (e.g. Realtek), a feature called “Mic Boost” rectifies this by allowing the user to select a +10/20/30dB “boost” on the microphone, effectively providing more voltage. For this to work, the actual audio chip must support it, and the OS must offer control over it. The USB audio class specification does not provide a native way to toggle this capability (if available), but often drivers from the device manufacturer can provide it (the USB specification, specifically the descriptor data, does advertise however if the port is bus-powered or not — but I did not do a descriptor dump to see see if this was enabled or disabled).

    If you’re looking for a cheap USB DAC for your laptop that works with high impedance gaming headsets using separate 3.5mm jacks, and has no clearance issues with other nearby laptop ports: the DUSB352FB from DuKabel, a.k.a. “USB Audio Adapter, Gaming Headset to USB to 3.5mm Jack TRS AUX Adapter Built-in Chip USB Sound Card for Headset with Separate Plug [Metal Housing & Durable Braided]” worked great. They also make a 4-pole (i.e. TRRS-compatible) version called the DUSB351FB. Also worth noting is that the DuKabel products also use a CMedia chipset. There was extremely minimal crosstalk between output (headset) and input (microphone) with the DuKabel products (which likely can be explained due to use of the analogue jacks being on break-out wires; DuKabel should have done what UGREEN did, which is keep the jacks as close as possible to the IC and use a cable only between the IC and the USB port/plug), but hey, at least it worked!

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  8. Jason Sanchez

    Wow. you really don’t know you need something till you buy it. I bought a new dell 3650. I plugged in my computer speakers which are Logitech Z323 2.1 set ( two satellite and one sub-woofer). When I would turn the volume dial up above 50% I could hear static noise coming from my speakers. At this point I came to conclude, I got a defective Dell. So I exchanged it the next day for the exact same Dell model 3650. Although, even on the newly exchanged PC I noticed the same static noise was still present. I also have a Dell 660s which I tried my speakers on and it works fine. That brought me to figure that there was a defect in the design of the motherboard on the new dell 3650 which is a disappointment. So that’s what brought me to buying a UGREEN external sound card. Boy, I must say that I have never heard my speakers sound so great in my life. Even when I have my speakers plugged into my Dell 660s embedded sound card the speakers don’t sound as crisp as they do when utilizing the UGREEN external sound card. Not only was the static gone, but the overall quality of sound coming from my speakers was far more superior, period. Now that I have this nice little sound card I don’t think I can do without. Even If i buy another computer with Zero Flaws, Id still use this sound card to get that extra rich quality sound this card produces. You will defiantly appreciate this little device. Best part is unlike other external sound cards that have a “stub” design. This one has a short extension design which allows and ensures your not blocking off any other usb ports or plugs in back of your PC while using this sound card. In conclusion, Two thumbs up! Thanks UGREEN!

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  9. Jeremy Chadwick

    I really can’t fault this device; it was purchased for a car-pc project that was originally going to use a Raspberry PI, with which it worked fine.

    However I’ve ended up going for an Android-based solution instead, and to my surprise it works great here as well.

    In my test setup, it’s connected to a (Sony XA1) phone via a (also UGREEN) type-C to type-A adapter cable. When plugged in, the phone immediately switches to the external sound card and plays back audio through it (and impressively, records from the microphone port as well). The quality appears to be absolutely fine, with no noticeable noise.

    I’m using the Beyerdynamic Custom Headset Gear (2nd Gen) in conjunction with the Philips Fidelio X2 to test this. The microphone output is very clean when played back; although could do with more gain. As far as I’m aware there is no way to adjust microphone gain in Android, so I suspect performance will be very dependant on the particular microphone you use. The Beyerdynamic boom microphone seems to be at just about the right level.

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  10. Jason Sanchez

    I purchased this adapter to bypass the noisy mic input on my ASUS x99 Sabertooth motherboard. After hours of troubleshooting the hiss/background noise on my microphone I stumbled on to a very interesting detail – even with no microphone plugged in to the jack, the noise was audible when “Listen to this device” was checked! This noise was audible on VoIP calls and gaming sessions, and although you could hear my voice over the noise it was a huge distraction.

    I was hesitant to purchase this adapter as some others mentioned that it did not have enough gain/power to drive their microphone, but I have not had any issues with mic level. The adapter also utilizes “AGC” or automatic gain control on the microphone input which greatly increases the output volume without any noticeable noise/hiss. I am 100% satisfied with this purchase and wish I would have bought the adapter sooner, instead of spending countless hours troubleshooting with ASUS support.

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