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That said, while connected to the Altec, the sfx function worked on the Gigaworks. Admittedly I should have probably done some research on this beforehand and I don't think I'm too optimistic this will work. The PC speaker market is pretty quiet these days, so I'm not sure what out there would work.

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Most bookshelf speakers are too wide to fit in the space and I don't know what's out there among passive speakers with RCA connections that are slim and good sounding. Another option I suppose would be to cannibalize the satellites off another 2. Last edited: Windows 7 Surround Sound Problem Windows Se-Me. Altec Lansing DSP Solutions Sound Card have installed guest OS Windows 98, but driver of the video card do Use the regular "update driver" in 98 or 95 to This driver virtualized a Sound Windows 95 drivers for 3D FastVoodoo2 4.


In fact, ever since Creative Labs first rolled out the Audigy, they have been making claims about their communications card, which is questionable, to say the least. First of all, they claim that it is capable of bit sound sampling at 96 kHz.

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The bit logo appears all over the place - on the box, on the installation CD, even on the product itself. Yet it has been confirmed, even by Creative Labs' own technicians, that neither the Audigy nor the Extigy are capable of recording or playing bit sound at 96 kHz.

So why is the bit logo featured on Altec Lansing DSP Solutions Sound Card for products such as the Extigy or the Audigy cards? Then there is the fact that this same logo indicates a signal-to-noise ratio of dB, where our tests have shown that neither the Audigy nor the Extigy are capable of levels above 90 dB -- and even this is less than optimal, for both analog and digital.

In the computer world, it is currently accepted that the theoretical performances claimed are often better than the true figures, but this does not apply to the audio world.

This means that a professional who buys a card that claims to have a dB SNR is entitled to expect a result that is within 1 or 2 dB more or less than that. Once again, this is not the case for either the Audigy or the Extigy. This is very strange because this product only supports EAX version 2. Creative Labs explains this with the fact that the Extigy is delivered with Altec Lansing DSP Solutions Sound Card Clean Up, Time Scaling and Dream modules that are capable of handling music but not games.

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The ThunderBird Avenger supports the following standards: The ThunderBird Avenger offers processing up to simultaneous inputs, including DirectSound streams and up to 96 concurrent CD quality Altec Lansing DSP Solutions Sound Card streams. It also offers 64 voice hardware wavetable. If you visit the sound card section at your local retailer, you will note that Creative Labs Sound Blaster products dominate most of the shelf space.

This is due, in part, to the fact that Creative offers a complete line of sound card solutions for nearly every application and budget. The down side of this near monopoly of retail shelf space by Creative is that other sound card companies find it difficult to compete with Creative.

With this kind of dominant market share it is easy to understand why most people choose Creative for their sound card. Creative also owns Digicom Systems, Inc.


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