Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blaster Audigy
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Pretty Good Once it Works
M. Schneider, Amazon
31 March 2013
Summary: I needed analog surround sound output, and my motherboard only had S/PDIF out. So, I picked this card up because is a cheap Creative card. Overall, it works pretty well. I did have an odd time installing it, and at first I thought it wasn't working as it was only making noise on my speakers.
Creative Labs SB0570L4 Sound Blaster Audigy SE Sound Card
Randy P, Amazon
7 February 2011
Summary: I was replacing an onboard Realtek sound chip in my Dell Inspiron 530 running Windows 7 Professional. Did not use the drivers that came with it instead installed the latest drivers from the Creative site. Works very well no problems. Much better sound than the onboard.
Summary: this product is outstanding. it works very well with my thx 2.1 klipsch. the price for the product was right and well worth the purchase. i will be buying more creative products in the future and would recommend their products to anyone.
Summary: Good News! This card works under Win 7! Win 7 clearly has embedded drivers for this card so the card is recognized on OS boot and the drivers get installed automatically. Life should be easy! The sound quality is also pretty good. Buy the card!
Summary: Very good card for the price. Just be aware that it has no headers for front audio connections in your PC. There is a white 10 pin connector at the top corner of the card, which is an an audio connector for the front headphone and microphone jacks on Dell computers.
Sounds Good to Me: A Creative Labs SB0570L4 Sound Blaster Audigy SE Sound Card Review
LT Beasimer, Amazon
5 January 2010
Summary: I recently upgraded from Windows XP originally installed on my PC to Windows 7. Since Sony decided to use a motherboard with integrated sound card, the original sound card was incompatible. Not only did Sony not provide updated drivers, this configuration can slow the PC down too.
Summary: The only problem I had with onboard sound was that using the recording program 'Audacity' I was given no input options, the recordings were poor, and input vol. was difficult to control. This wasn't the case with my previous system which I attributed to the SB Live Value card in that rig.