Reviews and Problems with Creative X-Fi Titanium Fatal1ty Professional Series
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I like it
22 June 2011
Summary: But Initially I did not realise much of a difference from the integrated Realtek HD device that was installed on my pc, but I did start to find various advantages when it came to setting up my subwoofers.
Summary: So there I am minding my own business and a delivery turns up. What is it I thinks? The sound card turns up 2 days ahead of when its supposed to turn up. How good is that, well done Amazon. The card itself is well build and the sound blew me away. Worth every penny, get one.
Summary: Superb piece of kit, cant recommend high enough. The sound quality produced is better unbelievable. One word of advice though, look around at prices. £170 is far above Creative Labs RRP and twice that of other market sellers...
Summary: Wow, this sound card is definatly the best one I've ever had, works amazingly if you have a fatal1ty headset to match, lots of options in the drivers to make the sound just perfect for you, it's also improved my mic quality (according to the people I voice chat with anyways), the only thing I didn't...
Summary: This is a very high quality card but , after a while I got interference noise , apparently its the driver , creative update notified me about the latest update , have anyone ever got around creative splash screen , the one where you cant see any dialog boxes ?
Summary: This is what I have been looking for, for a long time. Dolby Digital out for all windows sound, not that 2 channel restriction that you normally get on SPDIF outputs. Although it can be tricky to install if youve already had the drivers on the system, as long as you ensure all the dregs are deleted,...
Summary: This is without a doubt a great piece of kit, the sound quality is very high and very rich, sounds amazing when having connected to my Yamaha amp via TOSLINK. I did however have a slight issue, the official Windows 7 drivers didn't allow the soundcard to enable Dolby Digital or DTS.