Reviews and Problems with Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Champion Series
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Get It While You Can
22 July 2014
Summary: The used X-Fi Champion PCIe sound card was well packaged, in good condition with all the cables. I'm replacing a newer Sound Blaster Z with this older X-Fi. I like the function and the software for the X-Fi better than the Sound Blaster Z.
Larrys Herbs "my90forlife dot com - larrysherbs", Amazon
25 December 2013
Summary: Remember Boots Randolph, you want to be sitting down for this! And Johann Strauss's Blue Danube Waltz, very crisp, you can almost see the fog. Then when you switch over and use the Crown, you will not need to go back and clean up the tracks.
Summary: I HAVE THIS ITEM CONNECTED TO MY DELL 2900 SERVER GOING TO MY HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER. I COULD NOT BELIEVE ALL THE GOOD SOUNDS THAT ARE COMING OUT WOW//// BEST PURCHASE I EVER MADE REALLY SATISFIED WITH SOUND CARD. I DON'T USE PC DESKTOP SPEAKERS ANY MORE.
Summary: OK, so maybe I am an audiophile and I want perfect sound. I replaced my old creative xtreme gamer PCI card with this PCI-E card. I did a lot of research for sound cards and this card had the highest signal to noise ratio. The higher the ratio the better the sound quality. This card was released a few years ago but it still holds its own. The newer cards seem to have less solid state components compared to this card. That may explain the better sound quality.