i was able to improve the sound quality of my computer for a low price
3 weeks ago
Summary: i bought this sound card because it was a very inexpensive way to improve the sound of my computer. It was easy to install and it did improve the sound quality.I've been using it for 2 months now with no problems
Summary: Bought it for my Linux box. Likes: Great sound for a cheap price. Still works with older PCI mother boards Dislikes: Software and drivers are all intended for boxes running Microsoft OS Summery: You won't go wrong using this sound card.
Summary: I bought this sound card to replace a broken on-board sound card and it does the job very well. I can't say much about the sound quality since I have cheap speakers but it is at least as good as in on-board one. It's a great 7.1 card for people on a budget. I use it on Windows 7 64 bits and everything works fine.
Summary: I have nothing to say about this , i just bought it , REALLY exited to try it out since my audio output doesnt work on my Mobo, just the USB.. i think that soundblaster i well known for quality sound , You just cant miss it , good buy at my eyes.. Sorry for my lack of English mastering..
Summary: The Sound Blaster Audigy SE is an excellent value upgrade to 7.1 surround sound on the PC. Featuring high quality audio specifications including 24-bit/96kHz recording and playback with 100dB signal to noise ratio and digital output, it's the ideal partner for surround music and movie playback. For realistic gaming, EAX ADVANCED HD 3.0 support delivers acoustic effects and detailed 7.1 3D surround sound in gaming.
Summary: Great PCI Sound Card for 7.1 Surround Sound. This device is still supported in Windows 7 from Creative Labs. Download and install: "AudigytoX-FiExtremeAudioMODdrivers.exe" File Size: 65.8MB This file will mod your your Audigy Value, Audigy SE / Audigy 2 SE, Audigy LS, Live! 24-bit to a X-Fi Xtreme Audio Sound Card.
Summary: By W. Xu The sound card runs perfectly on Windows 7 64bit system. It has much better sound quality than onboard chips such as Realtek ALC 66x and 88x series. If you have a micro motherboard and a thick graphic card (GTX 460 or above), this PCI sound card will be a good choice since there may not be an extra PCIE 1x slot on micro motherboard or it is very likely covered by the graphic card.