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post #106 of 110
on top of that its highly uninteresting as this card doesnt have any serious A/D converter..
post #107 of 110
I'm trying to find this card in holland, but it's not easy .
Sounds like a great stereo card, and I could use my onboard crap for movies and games (hooked up to 5.1)
post #108 of 110
I know this may not have much creedence due to it being my first post and all.. but you can buy this card here : http://www.compgeeks.com/details.asp...SC-710&cat=SND and they ship internationally
post #109 of 110
And you can easily find 10% off code for CompGeeks
Try REDFLAGDEALS (valid until 2007), if you add 1$ worth of merchandise, use TRICKORGEEK to get this:
http://www.compgeeks.com/details.asp?invtid=DAZZLE-N
For free
post #110 of 110
Quote:
Originally Posted by grkn
I use the high rez mode using the output next to the optical out, I'm using winme, so I'm using 24bit 44,100hz, wich seems to work fine?

Or is that wrong
24 bit 44.1 kHz does´t sound like hi-rez. You need to increase both bits AND the sampling frequency to call it that way. hat you have is like a silent movie with better images but the same weird people movements.
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