Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Go!
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I do not recommend this product.
5 February 2014
Summary: This card is not for audiophiles. When playing songs abnormal noises, and some samples wheezing. I compares it with built in motherboard sound card and granny SoundBlaster Live! 5.1 (sb0100). Sounds like Live! but with noise and wheezing/rattling. If not that, then I would put the card five stars, now only three.
they need to produce a product that makes a true sound improvement
3 October 2013
Summary: you have to download software from creative they want alot of information on you and they want to be attached to your computer to run software. the product works but even with all the supposed adjustments most people will use only a few. it has a gaming improve option. the surround effect could be better the sound quality could be better. more high end which would allow you to hear more separation.
There is a reason Creative sound products have fallen so far
13 August 2011
Summary: By Schwartz Having had many creative sound products in the past I was curious as to how this was going to go. Would they be better than when I last used them or would they throw enough crap at me to make me want to continue to use the on-board sound that has gotten good enough? When I got the package I opened it up and found the unit, a USB extension cable, driver / application disc, and minimal instruction / warranty pamphlets.
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Go! Pro: My First External Sound Card Test
8 March 2012
Summary: So today I was given a new item to test out for the big people that I work for, this item was not only a new item but it was unique in that I had never used one of these types of devices before. I am talking of course about the Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi GO PRO external sound card. In case you are wondering why you would need an external sound card let me take a minute to explain.
Pros: Works well, will be a good replacement for broken or bad onboard.
Cons: sound can distort, may need to use USB extender, software took longer than thought to install.