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Soundcard for Z2300?
teletina
post Feb 27 2007, 10:00
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Help me decide which soundcard is best for Logitech Z2300 speakers. I have an old SB Live Value card which is going into my old pc, so i have to buy something to replace it. I was thinking of Auzentech Meridian, but unfortunately i can't get it anywhere, so i need something else. It will be used mostly for movies, music listening and sometimes creation, and ocassionally a game or two (but i can live happily without eax, since i mostly play RPG). I'm not interested in Creative's Crystalizers or any other useless crap they ship with their cards, those things don't matter to me, i just want the card that's best suitable for the speakers. After reading tons of articles on the web, and looking at the stuff available to me, somehow again it seems i should buy a Creative card. Sound wise they're good enough for me, but i always had problems with my Live card, especially after installing the aspi drivers. That was fixed with kx drivers, but there are none for x-fi series.

Any recommendations?
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Lyx
post Feb 28 2007, 10:34
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Your speakers dont matter, just its connectors.

For others to give you a useful answer they need to know the following:

1. external or internal? (you already covered that)
2. What about game-compatibility? (you already covered that)
3. Which OS? (you already covered that)
4. What kind of outputs do you need? (type of speaker-connections, etc.)
5. What kind of inputs do you need?
6. Do you need MIDI?
7. Your maximum budget.


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