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Top rahulahl Silver subscriber Gerbil Team Leader Topic Author Posts: 235 Joined: Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:57 am Location: Australia Re: Sound Card advice Quote #21 Mon Apr 06, 2015 Please direct all questions for me to the forum so that all can benefit. Ritergeek, Hi and welcome to the HTG forum. All rights reserved. Source

Could be it's a better card, could be ASUS trading on its greater brand these days so it can put up the price and Creative not wanting to lose one of Said siblings may not be suitable for use alone however. HDCVI HDCVI DVR 4 Channel HDCVI DVR 8 Channel HDCVI DVR 16 Channel HDCVI DVR 24 Channel HDCVI DVR 32 Channel HDCVI Dome Camera Len 3.6mm HDCVI Bullet Camera Len 2.8mm A few weeks ago I lost the ability to record sound on my desktop computer. http://www.tomsguide.com/forum/57942-6-sound-card-advice

Top The Egg Gold subscriber Minister of Gerbil Affairs Posts: 2020 Joined: Sun Apr 06, 2008 4:46 pm Re: Sound Card advice Quote #27 Mon Apr 06, 2015 12:07 pm Does that only apply to the digital output? No, create an account now. Intel i7 4790KMAXIMUS VII RANGER motherboardEVGA GTX 108016GB Ram550Watt Seasonic PSUAsus Rog Swift PG278QWindows 10 Top Display posts from previous: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort by

I can't vouch for anything beyond that. I think it is a pretty neat feature.But I have it hooked up to my very old pair of Advent AV570 powered partners at 35 watts each with a 50watt 8.5 Currently I use onboard sound from an Asus Rog Maximus VII Ranger.Its pretty good, but people say that a sound card is much better. While you aren't wrong, most people that are willing to spend the money on a headphone that requires more than than that, is likely to also know they'd need an amp

For whatever reason the Z's price is jacked up here and the STX is marked down. Top Captain Ned Gold subscriber Global Moderator Posts: 25001 Joined: Wed Jan 16, 2002 7:00 pm Location: Vermont, USA Re: Sound Card advice Quote #26 Mon Apr 06, 2015 11:50 Is there any reason to go external, rather than an internal pcie sound card except possible longevity?My current onboard audio has excellent drivers with plenty of useful settings. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2997753/newbie-sound-card-advice.html The best to be sure is to try out demos before buying. "How much is enough" ?

Regards, Theo Crow74, Aug 25, 2004 #3 miasm NI Product Owner Messages: 176 Until recently I used a Macintosh 800 mhz G4 and I could go to about 7 or Back to Top ปิดหน้าต่าง International Association of Internet Broadcasters - IAIB Home About Us News Events Discussion Forum Blog Members Contact Us Register Help Remember Me? Once you have good headphones and a sound card that you enjoy, you can decide where to go from there. Rejoice. 4.

Crow74, Aug 27, 2004 #10 StringBlow NI Product Owner Messages: 104 Hi, I am not sure a faster computer will improve latency, which depends on the soundcard and drivers. Get a sound card. So now I'm in the market for a new internal sound card. I am guessing I don't want to spend anymore than a DX, so I guess that's the range for my budget.

Flash Drive 32 GB. this contact form RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows 7 Need sound card advice (4 posts) Started 7 years Top The Egg Gold subscriber Minister of Gerbil Affairs Posts: 2020 Joined: Sun Apr 06, 2008 4:46 pm Re: Sound Card advice Quote #25 Mon Apr 06, 2015 11:34 am Just wanted to make you aware of this.

The DSX is more neutral-sounding than the DGX but the DGX has a headphone amp. Although most people agree that sound cards are much better than onboard, a lot of them say that its only worth getting one if you listen to flacs. Comparing my onboard Realtek ALC889 (Gigabyte 990FXA-UD3) to my Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium PCIe, the X-Fi simply sounds richer, punchier, clearer, and the instruments and vocals have audibly better separation. http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-and-video-card-conflicting.html For gaming and even music, my onboard audio has a lot of options that lets me change settings easily and quickly.

You might want to start your search here Good luck...Garry Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top Tech-No Posts: 92 This post has been reported. This removes the majority of your money from being dependent on drivers/software or the availability of an internal interface. Get good headphones/speakers (whichever you are going to use more, or both!) And no, we're not talking about some gimmicky 7.1 zOmG surround sound virtualized crap headphones.

But the point is only earbuds will likely be driven anything near adequate by the ones not advertised as being able to drive headphones.

Will my computer be the limiting factor, or my soundcard? StringBlow, Aug 25, 2004 #5 StringBlow NI Product Owner Messages: 104 more in topic ; Using two soundcards is certainly the easiest option in order to be able to run GR Anyway, I wouldn't even consider the DG anymore because it's a PCI card. Last edited by Dana; 11-15-2015 at 04:42 AM.

I have an Auzentech X-Fi Prelude and an X-Raider sound card in two seperate PC's. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Windows 10 will be out in 6 months, and I really couldn't tell you if my card will work with it. http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-ethernet-card-conflict.html I'll admit that I'm somewhat concerned about getting good, stable drivers for Windows 10 in any sort of timely fashion.If you're a headphone user (that would be the only reason to