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Creative Blaster Audigy Fx 5.1 PCIe Sound Card with SBX Pro Studio
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Meet the Sound Blaster Audigy Fx. This half-height sound card is powered by SBX Pro Studio Technology and instantly converts your system with 5.1 entertainment system that delivers cinematic surround sound -- perfect for bringing out the best in your movies, music and games. Users can look forward to full audio customisation with Sound Blaster Audigy Fx Control Panel, a downloadable PC software suite that allows users to control every aspect of SBX Pro Studio. The Audigy Fx further features 24-bit 192kHz digital-to-analog converter (Playback), 106dB SNR and a high-end 600 ohm headphone amplifier for studio grade monitoring.
Sound Blaster Audigy Fx card (with full height I/O bracket)
Quick Start leaflet
Installation CD containing:
Drivers for Windows 7 & 8, Vista
Creative Software Suite
User's Guide PDF
Half-height I/O bracket
From the Manufacturer
5.1 PCIe Sound Card with SBX Pro Studio
Sound Blaster Audigy Fx is an upgrade from basic motherboard audio to legendary Sound Blaster audio. Powered by SBX Pro Studio technology, it provides high-quality 5.1 cinematic sound for your movies, music and games. It comes with the Sound Blaster Audigy Fx Control Panel, which puts you in full control of your SBX Pro Studio settings.
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The Sound Blaster Audigy Fx is a half-height sound card that's powered by SBX Pro Studio technology. It instantly converts your system to a 5.1 entertainment system that delivers cinematic surround sound - designed for bringing out the best in your movies, music and games. The Sound Blaster Audigy Fx also features a 24-bit 192 kHz digital-to-analog converter (playback), 106 dB SNR and a high-end 600-ohm headphone amplifier for studio-grade monitoring. Interchangeable full-height and half-height metal brackets are included to give you the flexibility of installing the sound card in small form factor desktop PCs.
Enjoy Multi-Channel Cinematic Sound
The half-height PCIe sound card is just the right size for your home theatre PCs. You can upgrade your cinematic experience with Sound Blaster audio fidelity. Sound Blaster Audigy Fx comes with 5.1 channel outputs so you can connect to your existing multi-channel speakers with ease.
Independent Input Sources
Sound Blaster Audigy Fx comes with independent line-in and microphone connectors, which allow you to plug in two different audio sources to your PC.
You can plug in your MP3 player and sing along, while recording your singing session for your friends to enjoy.
Control and Customise your Audio
Sound Blaster Audigy Fx comes with SBX Pro Studio suite of technologies, which is designed to bring cinematic difference to home theatre PCs. You can also adjust the level of immersion you like, simply by adjusting the sliders on the Audigy Fx control panel.
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Needed support for 5.1 speakers, which the T1700 motherboard does not have.
The sound quality seems excellent, the installation was faultless (64bit Win7) and its control panel is good.
It outputs via a set of £60'ish "computer" 5.1 speakers.
(Incidentally, I am of the opinion that spending on anything more than a card like this, unless it is connected to proper Hi-Fi speakers, is a complete waste of money.)
This card fitted the bill as being in the Goldilocks zone for price & having consistently positive reviews.
It installed easily and is now giving distortion free sound into my vintage Philips MFB speakers
The output volume is higher than the built-in card ever was and, although my vintage ears are not what they were, I am hearing vocals more clearly than before.
Of course it could be a placebo effect of just having spent some money on a new soundcard ?
Searches online to find a solution have proved fruitless. Cannot recommend. Now going to have to look for alternatives.
After much fiddling and upgrading drivers, no difference.
So took the plunge and bought this card despite concerns about the usual bloatware included with Creative products.
Wow what a difference, much higher sound output, games sound so much better and a minimal software burden. Bargain!!
Instructions for the card do not meet the physical attributes of the card (instructions show 6 jacks as opposed to the card which has 5). When mentioning this to the Creative Support person, no response was made!
Anyway, long story short, I won’t work any longer. It was hit with a heavy sledgehammer last night.
Never again do I even want to hear the word Creative.
I’ll stay with LogiTech.
I used this card to replace an older Soundblaster Audigy. The install is fairly straightforward. As it's an internal card, you need to remove the outer case of your PC (and remember to turn it off!). Then locate a PCI-E slot on your motherboard, and gently push the tines on the soundcard into the slot until it clips into place. Then re-attach your PC case and turn it back on again.
Some (much) older motherboards may not have a PCI-E slot, so it's worth checking this before buying a card that requires PCI-E.
On restarting the PC, you're likely to need to install drivers and other software to enable the card to work effectively - these are all conveniently supplied on a disc that comes with the card. Slot it into your CD drive, and be prepared to click the `Next' button a lot. It's a bit of a tedious process, but quite straightforward.
The provided software is alright as well - the Creative mixing software is useful for touching speaker effect volumes, EAX and so on. It may not beat the level required for serious audiophiles, but if you're intending just to set-it-and-forget-it , then it's perfectly acceptable.
Once installed, the card is easy to connect to speakers; it has four outputs - three analogue and a digital out, and a Mic-In input jack. I wired it up to some 7.1 speakers for testing purposes. The sound produced was perfectly acceptable - clear when given either music or speech, pushing appropriate sound to each channel, and producing a decently deep bass when I changed the levels. The treble is a bit tinny, but it's decent enough, given this is an entry level card.
Overall then, an easy install, some decent software, and good quality (if not exceptional) sound; very good price-to-performance ratio if you're looking for an entry-level internal soundcard for your PC.
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