Pros: great sound - amazing in BF2 but haven't been able to use the aux ports in the frot for a separate headset to use in TS or vent. Instead I run my headset through the mobo and the game sound through the card. Haven't had a problem yet.
Cons: overpriced, only buy this one if you really need the front aux ports otherwise they are a waste. No to mention they are over sized inputs.
Summary: seems like a good card, it sounds good, but I can't say it's life changing or anything. I can hear different tire noises in BF2 while driving. That's probably the biggest change really. I was using an old Creative Audigy 2 sound card before this.
Pros: I did FINALLY get my fifty dollar rebate check.
Cons: It took every bit of 10 weeks to get it. I checked the online rebate checker once and it had no record of my rebate. I was pretty upset at first, then forgotten about it.
Summary: Good card and now it has an attractive price tag. Beware of lousy Tech support.
Pros: Great sound, remote feature is handy.
Cons: Creative tech support isn't very good. I had to RMA my card and they sent me the wrong card 4 times in a row. Tech support has the "I could care less" attitude. Shipping is horribly slow for an RMA, all 4 times.
Pros: Crispy clean sound output, Does the work fine, No problems so far. No complaints.
Cons: The data cable is just too out of dated Creative should come up with something new, because this card does look so much like my SB Audigy. It just needs a face-lift. Smaller SATA looking cable would win this card a trophy, but that massive cable just makes the card look cheap.
Summary: minor compatibility problem with the ASUS M2R32-MVP board, you need to set the PCI latency to 96 and above to make it work properly.
Pros: Great sound quality in movies and games, notable improvement from Audigy 2 series. Front panel is cute and there are dedicated control for both the earphone and the line in. Don't know if there is any use of them but boys it got 64M of RAM!
Cons: The remote control that comes with the package is useless. Sensitivity is terrible, it takes about one second for the program to respond to it, and you must point to the exact direction of the receiver. Nothing compared to the remote control that comes with the Windows Media Center, with whom you...