It is possible that the same card was sold in different markets with different names, that perhaps the cards were sold with one name for a while and later it was changed or it’s possible they could even be slightly different cards. Does this CT resample it all to 48kHz? Alright, ill give you what you all want to hear. I would also suggest you look at a better recording soundcard. Right now I have purchased a Sound Blaster Live! It is unclear whether this works for all use cases e.

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To keep the old PCI without having to use amplified speakers, or to move on to audigy for the sake of saio technology and recording stuff I might want to rip a vinyl one day or something like thatand get an amplified speaker system?

Well, the card I have is a for sure, because it had the amplifier with LM chip. As with most software, the retail value is reflected in the license to use this product.

I might as well, im here already. Miami – Fort Lauderdale – Davie Status: With these cards only one of the mic, line in, or AUX sources may be unmuted at a time. As such, it puts far more load on the host system’s CPU.



Creative Labs Audigy 2″. This fact was not immediately obvious in Creative’s literature, and was difficult to ascertain even upon examination of the Audigy’s spec sheets.

Sound Blaster Audigy SE – – Creative Labs (United States)

I read that it is 7. It came with a Firewire port assio was introduced before the AS models. Does this CT resample it all to 48kHz? I had this problem when I has an Audigy. Sound blasters are not dedicated audio sound cards. This page was last edited on 2 Februaryat Of note is that Creative hardware is not necessary for this device.

The ASIO and break out box features were an attempt to tap into the “home studio” market, with a mainstream product.

I think there were two different basic designs, a slightly older and more upscale one with an ES chip, By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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This section needs expansion. User Saio Panel Log out. The other point I can make is that a 8 W rms amplifier with a noisy power supply such as a computer one is unlikely to be the best solution, since it would be impossible to filter the supply adequately.


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That may not matter that much, though. Well if you already bought the new sound card, i would suggest adding a discrete amplifier.

Why change a running system? Was audig the share drivers option Can some tell me what I shall do? I found out that the computer camera I had also had a microphone on it that Cake was trying to set up. Thanks for any input.

It is a damn good soundcard. Another solution is to replace the hardware with audio hardware offering dedicated ASIO 2. I don’t think you’re going to find a good powerful amplifier on any sound card, unless you’re talking about a headphone amp. It served good all along this way.

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