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9.4 out of 10

Creative Sound Blaster ZxR

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amazing

Dan Wurzel, Amazon
23 January 2014
  • Summary: Don't have much more to say than that. This thing is a beast and can do anything i could imagine needing from a sound card.
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Think someone replaced my headphones!!!

Boris, Amazon
14 January 2014
  • Summary: Headphones sound a billion times better than my onboard audio, it's SupremeFX and that still sucks compared to this. I mean it's great for my headphones but compared to floor standing speakers they still suck but you can't really compare those two, unless they make headphones with a 8in woofer, a 4in midrange and a 1in tweeter. Don't think those will sell a single unit. I have AKG K240 headphones, with this new sound card, I will upgrade to either the K712's or K702's.
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Creative Sound Blaster ZxR

Jim Connor, Amazon
9 January 2014
  • Summary: An extremely great sound card that I would recommend to anyone and everyone. It does wonders to my music output.
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I love it!

Roemy, Amazon
7 January 2014
  • Summary: I love hear high quality sound, harmonic voices, fidelity , definition an volume in each voice and instrument, of course i like gaming too.....this card make it possible my dream on both worlds, my Logitech Z-5500 , now knows its love , this card lol, its all you need, what can i say? I'm not professional Recording Studio guy but i know when something sounds great because I'm a musician.
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AWESOME SOUND QUALITY

Sam Aw, Amazon
6 January 2014
  • Summary: Excellent product from Creative as usual. Sound quality was awesome but it took a little for it to work properly for me. Its a PnP product, I got instant sound quality from it but as a gamer, it took me a little while to figure out how to get the microphone to work
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Stunning upgrade -- once you get the settings right...

Creative
1 January 2014
  • Summary: By bradenbru With (some) effort, you'll get the sound you like. I was disappointed at first listen on this card, as the sound was all over the place--weak bass in some songs (even those normally mixed to emphasize the low end), with distorted bass in others. I also suffered ear fatigue quickly with headphones that are normally fine for multiple-hour listening sessions.
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Stunning upgrade -- once you get the settings right...

bradenbru, Amazon
31 December 2013
  • Summary: With (some) effort, you'll get the sound you like. I was disappointed at first listen on this card, as the sound was all over the place--weak bass in some songs (even those normally mixed to emphasize the low end), with distorted bass in others. I also suffered ear fatigue quickly with headphones that are normally fine for multiple-hour listening sessions.
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Great product

Ophir Orly, Amazon
30 December 2013
  • Summary: The improvement over the (relatively HQ) on-board sound is tremendous. Highly recommended. There are numerous reviews on the internet for anyone who needs some more detailed analysis.
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User Review

BloodyLunatic, NCIX.com
15 December 2013
  • Summary: The best sound card you can buy but the base setting is too high but you can reduce it. If you need a sound card this is a excellent choice.
  • Pros: Top sound card,
  • Cons: Too much base
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Worth Every Penny

Mario Pacheco, Amazon
7 December 2013
  • Summary: As a long time user of Creative's X-FI platform, I was a bit ambivalent about buying into another Creative platform. I had no issues with Creative itself, but when Microsoft completely rewrote the audio stack with the debut of Windows Vista (whose audio architecture lives on in Windows 7 & 8), a big reason for having a separate audio card seemed lost, i.e. hardware accelerated audio in games.
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