Sun Ray 3 Plus with USB Speakers

While not "VDI In The Sky" (Man that was cool!)  as a every day user of my Sun Ray 3 Plus I try to play music while I work.  I wanted a bit better a sound experience along with the portability that Sun Ray mobile session technology provides.    I came across some very well rated yet inexpensive USB powered speakers and gave them a try.  Since all I need is a USB 2.0 port and a audio out port (Which a Sun Ray 3 Plus has) I was good to go.

See the results

To better clarify on what is being used for the audio and to show the cool Sun Ray Session Mobility feature I added another short clip.

Comments:

So, were you able to do this for a Solaris session? I have a feeling you are using the USB forwarding capability in uttsc and having Windows talk directly to the speakers instead of Solaris forwarding sounds directly.

Posted by Craig Betts on September 03, 2010 at 06:23 AM PDT #

Nope, He is using two ports, The USB port for powering the speakers, and the Audio analog Mini-plug for sound input to the speakers.

Posted by Brad Lackey on September 03, 2010 at 07:04 AM PDT #

Oh! I thought they were true USB speakers like those that came with the Apple Mac Cube. That would explain a lot. Thanks.

Posted by Craig Betts on September 03, 2010 at 08:35 AM PDT #

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