I always like to stay up to date.
I have a realtech hd card but am not impressed with the stripped down card on
sure it is sounding real good for what it is but in games like sod I have to
set everything off the card because it doesn't run everything well.
In one part of teraformas sounds don't work well at all.
I suspect that my card has reduced internal memmory.
I have been brought up on yamaha, sb16 and other such cards.
A basic card for me that looks good could be the soundmax, no fx but a built in
eq makes up for that the realtech hd and the realtech ac97 are ok cards.
I've heard about m audio, but hmmm.
Its not like I can go fully pro though I am happy with the lack of buzz and
hiss on my end.
Still like the analog cards as they seem to run smoother.
but enough of this I think.
At 03:14 p.m. 22/03/2010, you wrote:
>I'm not really sure what sound cards are currently on top. Despite
>what I've said about Creative going down hill I know the Creative Labs
>Audigy 4 Pro is a pretty good sound card for games and music, and does
>have a lot of good reviews. In terms of other brands I've heard Asus
>has some good high-def sound cards, but have not any experience with
>them. Another brand that seams to be popular, but I don't have
>experience with, is M-Audio.
>On 3/21/10, shaun everiss <shau...@xtra.co.nz> wrote:
>> hmmm yeah I've never had anything more powerfull than a soundmax or some low
>> end yamaha cards so something like that is semi top.
>> So creative is not the top.
>> what is, maybe roland or yamaha the yamaha synths are less sharp sounding
>> than the roland stuff.
>> although the later keyboards are ok.
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