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Originally Posted by mi1ezTianium?
Originally Posted by srgtherastaHumm will it crackle like most of the other xfi cards do. I had a xfi once, it started cracking after awhile. Bought a d2x and i will never go back.
Originally Posted by neonplanet40How long do Creative intend to keep using x-fi? Its old and out if date.
Originally Posted by SenilexHow is this a review? One & 3/4 of the article just expands on what the specifications are, then it's just a paragraph tacked on at the end to represent personal opinion.
Originally Posted by DedersCompared to what? there's nothing out there at the moment afaik that has better 3D audio processing and effects for games. The Xonar range may have better quality outputs than most X-FI's but this card is Creative's attempt to give the best of both worlds.
Originally Posted by neonplanet40The gaming surround has been terrible since windows 7 came out chainging how sound in Windows work.
Originally Posted by memeroot"Having had an Asus Essence STX, I would think anything would struggle to keep up with "
there are lots that blow it away - but they do cost more - some mentioned in article.
it really depends what you use your computer for to be honest.
Originally Posted by Cleggmeister...it's worth noting that sound quality is largely subjective matter,...
No, it isn't. The more precisely an audio product performs the better the sound will be. Simply put, any audio product will lose or corrupt the musical signal. Those that lose or corrupt the least will sound better than those that corrupt or lose more.
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