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I want to share a resolved  problem:

I have 4 Speakers that needed Stereo sound:  2 For the PC + 1 sub and 2 For the TV

 1 sound  input having to send to 2 Sound output

By Using  Virtual Audio Cable It created a virtual sound card, and the configuration on that virtual is to send the audio to Line-out and headphone output of the Bravura.

 

Worked like a charm.

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Can you please tell me what exactly difference is between Forte7.1 and Bravura7.1.

I have read all your answers to this question but I am still a little confused.

You say output sound quality(Stock) is very similar in both cards but you don't say they are identical. So, could you shed some

light on those differences. I am a student so, I cannot afford to play with replaceable opamps. I'd like to know which one takes the lead in output

sound quality(stock).

I thought the only difference between Bravura and Forte in gaming was that Bravura is a software based card and Forte is a hardware based card. But you had talked about another factor

in your review which seems scary to me(Maximum buffer is limited to 63). Is this maximum buffer another thing that I have to be worried about beside having a powerful CPU.

I mean I have a decent CPU(Sandy Bridge 2400). Do you think that Bravura is able to use the power of this CPU to handle games or this maximum buffer is another limitation which might

disrupt gaming.

Please do not forget to clarify differences between Bravura and Forte output sound quality(Stock). I have already read all your general answers to this question.

By the way thanks for your good review on this product.

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Thanks guys.

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I am having some problems using an active subwoofer with bravura. Using the centre/LFE output and defining the crossover at any range (25-150hz) I keep receiving a lot of voice sounds and some distortion, but only with voices.

 

 

I won’t ruin games but is very bad for music and movies. Anyone had this issue?

post #440 of 442
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Originally Posted by Monge View Post

I am having some problems using an active subwoofer with bravura. Using the centre/LFE output and defining the crossover at any range (25-150hz) I keep receiving a lot of voice sounds and some distortion, but only with voices.

 

 

I won’t ruin games but is very bad for music and movies. Anyone had this issue?

 

 

 

 

I've found a possible solution for now. The Active sub has crossover with Left and Right plug and also LFE.

Using this config:
*LFE on subwoofer and conecting on the stereo in bravura.
*Samplerate at 24bit,96000hz
*Bass Manegement(bravura drivers) enable bass boost, cutoff frequency at 55hz.


 

 

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Anyone still enjoying this soundcard?  I sure am.  It hasn't given me a single ounce of trouble and still sounds great especially with some of the new op amps I put in the thing.

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Originally Posted by thezfunk View Post
 

Anyone still enjoying this soundcard?  I sure am.  It hasn't given me a single ounce of trouble and still sounds great especially with some of the new op amps I put in the thing.


Still Loving it with my AD797 OpAmp. Very smooth sounding for me.

 

http://www.amazon.com/AKG-Signature-Reference-Class-Premium-Headphones/dp/B004444O3W/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top

 

Does anyone know if the Head Amp in it, will power a AKG Q 701 Quincy Jones Signature headphones adequately? Thanks.

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