Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blaster ZxR
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If you care about sound quality just as much as graphics than this is for you.
Cantmiss Evershot, Amazon
24 March 2016
Summary: The dimensions of the cards are Mother: 6.5"x 3.75" Daughter: 3.5" x 3.75" for anyone that was wondering. The construction of this sound card is what really sold me on it. Top of the line components and it was mostly covered. The 24 bit 192Khz quality was a plus.
Summary: I was VERY impressed by this sound card. I've bought many Creative cards and other products in the past, but this card was the best to date. Software and Control Module allow quick and easy management and switching between headphones and speakers The two cards together allow great connectivity to my...
The Sound Blaster ZxR was the best cost benefit alternative
J. EDUARDO Rosa, Amazon
22 February 2016
Summary: I first decided to build a Home Theater PC. The reason was a simple one: It would be cheaper than buying a top notch BD Player. And plus, I would be able to reproduce a vast amount of media format.
Summary: Such a nice upgrade from the typical sound card. And the crystal voice mic is super cool!! All futuristic with the mic hidden, looks like a beacon base. I am super happy with this purchase, i dont play games but rather listen to loud music and watch UHD movies.
Summary: Great sounding card. Not an audio expert but this improved my sound vastly. Home stereo use only. Out of card to Carver C4000 preamp flat to 2 Carver TFM35 amps running mono at 700 watts. Out to Jbl L890 columns, Bi wired. Excellent, a clear improvement in all areas especially high end imaging.
Summary: Basically, pair this thing with some good speakers (I went for Audioengine, pricey, but if you love music, worth every penny) and you will hear things in your music that you've never heard before. I work a lot at home and wanted the best music quality possible, and this thing delivers.
Summary: I tried this on Linux. No go. It may have been my mother board. I installed it on a Windows 7 machine. What a treat. I'm now copying my CDs to wav files, not mp3s. Now if we could just get creative to write the Linux drivers that would great....