Reviews and Problems with Creative SB X-Fi GO! Pro
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3 March 2015
Summary: would get another if needed
Pros: got this from a place down the river.... wink wink. refurbished the onboard sound of my lenovo flex was horrible. actrocious. had to disable it and get this works like a charm. much better than onboard sound about equal to a pci soundblaster installed in a slot running it in windows 8.1 64 bit. n...
Summary: Probably will return it as I mainly wanted it for my flight simulator in XP Pro 64 and it is all crackles and nois no pure sound what so ever.
Pros: Works good in Window 7-64 Sounds great! Awesome sound! as I stated in my last review. Windows XP all thumbs down.
Cons: Not so good in windows XP Pro 64 very noisy and it has a steady crackle sound and distortion. Can not clear it up Creative needs to improve their drivers for all operating systems. Seems that they are beta drivers for XP as they are not digitally signed.
Summary: Great low price for this kind of quality. Going to buy another one now.
Pros: Blows the Dell XPS M1730 onboard sound off the Moon! What a wonderful difference. No crackles, no noise. My music just took on a whole different realm of clear sound. With the Sony Stereo MDR 7506 Studio Monitor Headphones the bass is Thunderous and clear. Feel like it is coming from outside my e...
Summary: I bought this card to go into a usb hub with a keyboard&mouse dongle and a cheap webcam and a flash drive to plug into an intel compute stick to plug into an extra moniter that had an hdmi port. It all worked! I plugged a cheap mic into the card and a bose speaker setup and it works great.
Summary: We purchase five of these sound cards to be used on our laptops docking stations and so far we haven't had a single problem with it. We have been using them for a couple of months and the sound quality and functionality has been excellent.
Summary: I would highly recommend this Sound Blaster card to anyone looking for an Improvement from their built-in Audio, or as a replacement for a broken sound card. I have had this for over a year and no issues have happened.
Pros: -Very Compact, as I can take it anywhere, and use it on any computer. -Sound Quality is excellent. I can hear a lot of things I normally couldn't without static sounds or issues. -Microphone Quality is brilliant. A lot of people can hear me in chat without any strange or static sounds. And I'm us...
Cons: -There is only one con I can come up with, and I'm sure this doesn't happen to everyone who's owned this. The Audio seems barely off-sync sometimes in certain games. It is noticeable, but not too bothersome.
Summary: Does what I needed it to do, though in retrospect I probably would've looked for a more expensive option that can handle hopefully the lower frequencies better.
Pros: Bought this to get me some competent audio on my work laptop. Working great on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS! Night and day difference between this and the integrated sound! Huge bonus points for including the 4-pole adapter for headphones that have built-in microphones!
Cons: Popping on ultra-low frequencies, warranting the loss of an egg. I can't confidently say it's not the generic Linux drivers that are causing this problem, however.
Summary: I bought this because I originally wanted superb sound. I read the information on this product and thought I should give it a try. But unfortunately, it doesn't sound any better than my two desktops, laptop, or Google nexus 7. I even downloaded the latest files.
Summary: I was looking for a simple way to replace a malfunctioning on-board sound card from. This product was fairly simple to install and work with. Win 8.1 recognized it and it worked out of the box without disabling my on-board card.