Yeah, I've seen those around, but that's not really the point. A lot
of VI customers are on fixed incomes SSI, SSDI, and alike and it makes
it harder to justify to my customers why they should go out and buy
high end sound hardware for my games when I can make do with their
existing technology. Granted I could do a better job with superior
sound hardware, but that forces everyone to upgrade their systems
regardless of how expensive or inexpensive that may be for that
individual. This is a case of going with the most common hardware is
best for everyone at least from a commercial standpoint.
On 8/23/11, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> on that note tom and all I descovered now that you can get 5.1
> speakers that can plug to the headphone jack of a standard soundcard
> if you wish for little cash, logitech does those forgot the model.
> Obviously you really would need the propper card for this eventually
> but that could be another option.
> The speakers are not that much 130nz so maybe in the us they are a
> bit cheaper than that.
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