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EPOS GSX 300 External Sound Card
$59
$79

EPOS GSX 300 External Sound Card

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$59
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Crosshairs
153
Feb 12, 2024
My experience with a previous Epos x Sennheiser device I can summarize as EPOS Electronic Piece Of Shit
Alejo1707
324
Feb 4, 2024
READ REVIEWS BEFORE BUYING, it's all I'm going to say.
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Kiedis
13
Dec 15, 2022
I got this for $49 AUD... Just sayin https://www.wireless1.com.au/epos-sennheiser-gaming-gsx-300-usb-amp-sound-card-snow This price of $59 USD converts to $86 AUD.
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Monsta_AU
17
Dec 15, 2022
KiedisThat was a great deal but is now OOS. You can expect to see the price down that low again. Personally, I would recommend something like a Schitt Hel, which is what I now have after initially trying the GSX1000.
wavetwister
14
Nov 7, 2022
Wish you could switch between 2 output sources. A separate usb-c switcher is $100, because it's usb-c they are all made for KVM with 4k video support. I guess you could get a regular usb switcher and a usbc to usb a converter cable.
liteon1
62
Sep 16, 2022
I actually own 24/192 music, so no go.
AbdullahM
0
Aug 16, 2022
It's been 3 days since I contacted Drop Community Support, but nobody answers me.
donatj
71
Jul 20, 2022
I wish there was a single clear shot of the rear of the device.
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***UPDATE*** EPOS support got my previously-shown-here issue resolved. For the first time in *ages* I have full use of my EPOS hardware and software combined. I no longer have reservations recommending EPOS products now they've finally fixed the issue.***UPDATE***
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FadedAI
0
Feb 25, 2023
Its running but nothing happens. Thanks for your help anyways, appreciate it.
Phlooke
197
Sep 10, 2023
FadedAIMake sure your motherboard has the latest firmware updates, and all your drivers are updated. (If it's a desktop PC, plug the USB directly into the back of your PC directly to a USB port on your motherboard. ..also I'm not sure what power source is needed like if it requires an external power source source cable USB cable or if its just one USB cable that goes to your PC. (Try out both a USB 2.0 port, or USB 3.0 port ) Kind of like I have a USB 3.0 HUB that has 5 USB 3.0 ports with an on/off toggle button for each individual USB 3.0 port on the HUB (but for 90% of the devices I plug into it requires for me to not only have the HUb plugged into a USB 3.0 port on the back of my PC but I also have to plug in a separate cable that plugs into the top of the USB 3.0 HUB and then plugged into a power outlet.... otherwise most of my DAC/AMPS and especially older external Hard drives will not be recognized at all by my PC unless I either plug it directly into a blue USB 3.0 port on my motherboard OR the USB hub is plugged directly into a 3.0 port directly into my motherboard and then the hub has external power coming from a wall outlet... otherwise it just has enough power to turn the LED light on external hard drives but not enough power for it to be recognized at all in My Computer or immediately pop up as a recognized device.