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Please recommend a sound card better than my onboard asus sabertooth 990 rev.2

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3m, 4d agoPosted 3 months, 4 days ago
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3m, 4d agoPosted 3 months, 4 days ago
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#1
Better in what respect?
#2
I picked up an Asus Xonar DGX for S/PDIF out and it works fine, nice and cheap too (need to use 3rd party drivers though - not complicated). If you want to spend more money, I think the Creative sound blaster Z is the go to card.
#3
groenleader
Better in what respect?
louder headphone jack im going deaf
#4
I've got a Asus Phoebus i think that is how you spell it. £100 seems a good card with good reviews.
#5
raptorcigs
groenleader
Better in what respect?
louder headphone jack im going deaf
You're not gone that deaf, it's just that you're lineout/headphone doesn't have high enough voltage.
Depending on if you're into your music creation etc. I'd probably either go for a cheap audio card with headphone out port rated to approx 600ohms.
http://uk.creative.com/p/sound-blaster/sound-blaster-omni-surround-5-1 £55.99, probably get the stupid £10 off voucher as well from these bunch on thieves.

Or invest it in a nice audio interface with midi and other crap :)
#6
I got a sound blaster z for £55 from ccl because it's oem. great volume and dynamic sound

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