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Hi Robert, yes it will.
By Mr. T on 21 August 2015
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Kind of depends what you want it for. Samson CO1U USB mic is broadcast quality, quite reasonable but fairly bulky.
By Smaxy on 09 August 2015
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Yes. The onboard hardware equalizer puts out some stunning audio.
http://uk.creative.com/p/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-z

By Mr. W. J. Turner on 08 December 2015
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Yes, but get the sound blaster omni instead. It is a small external one, just uses a USB port so it works with even laptops. There is no background noise or static. I have the creative sound blaster omni and it's fantastic. I used to have this sound blaster Z but it isn't as good.
By Required Field on 18 January 2015
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That depends on what HP SFF PC you have as this will only fit in a PC that can take a full size pci bracket rather than a half-size one. If you need one that can use a half size bracket you will need something like a Creative Blaster Audigy Fx 5.1 which is a lot shorter and comes with a half size bracket as well.
By B. Turner on 28 July 2015
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Yes, it looks like the picture. The more expensive versions have a red shield and red LED. This doesn't improve the sound but it looks pretty! The box looks cool as well!
By JC on 22 August 2016
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Not directly but so long as you connect the turntable to a phono pre-amplifier then you can plug the phono pre-amp output into the line-in of the card. Use good recording software like Goldwave which can split up the tracks when you have recorded a single side of an album. If you need a phono amp this might be OK - ht… see more Not directly but so long as you connect the turntable to a phono pre-amplifier then you can plug the phono pre-amp output into the line-in of the card. Use good recording software like Goldwave which can split up the tracks when you have recorded a single side of an album. If you need a phono amp this might be OK - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Phono-Box-MM-Turntable-Pre-Amplifier/dp/B000YEK1AQ/ref=sr_1_2?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1416255552&sr=1-2&keywords=phono+amp see less
By Realj42 on 17 November 2014
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Yes. Most modern motherboards have room for a sound card.
By Jay M on 15 November 2015