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CREATIVE SoundBlaster Audigy SE 7.1-Channel Sound Card £22.99 @ PCWorld

£22.99 @ PC World
This just caught my eye: CREATIVE SoundBlaster Audigy SE 7.1-Channel Sound Card £22.99 (includes free delivery as well so its cheaper than anywhere else ive seen it) Worth a look i'd say Read More
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
This just caught my eye:

CREATIVE SoundBlaster Audigy SE 7.1-Channel Sound Card

£22.99 (includes free delivery as well so its cheaper than anywhere else ive seen it)

Worth a look i'd say
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#1
Can't see why anyone would bother with these anymore. Nearly all mobos come with onboard sound, which is supported in windoze and linucks, and produces decent sound - plus with everything being digital connect your mobo up to a receiver digitally (optical/coaxial) and I can't see that there'd be any difference. All sound cards except the ones useful for pros/musicians will go the way of the dinosaurs.
#2
I'm so out of the loop with soundcards these days, everything just seems to be Realtek and serves it's purpose. I remember lusting after an AWE64 in the 90's.
#3
Snap! And bought one LOL :p

I agree that onboard [and mainly these days HD] sound is more than ample for anyone.
#4
Reminds me when i drove all the way to pc world miles away to get a soundblaster 8 bit just so i could play Tie Fighter with sound on my pc lol! Those were the days!
#5
No point in this particular card imo

For decent analog sound, you would be better with something like an Asus Xonar DS (or better).
#6
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I'm so out of the loop with soundcards these days, everything just seems to be Realtek and serves it's purpose. I remember lusting after an AWE64 in the 90's.

Yup, got me an AWE64 Gold and paid a small fortune for it. I don't think i used 10% of all the software, leads and gadgets that came with it.

With regards to this deal, I too no longer buy sounds cards and just stick with onboard Realtek HD. That said, a soundcard like this can be a decent buy if you want to do some music creation but don't want to invest in a prosumer card. I would imagine this one has relatively low latency ASIO (2?) drivers so would work well with Cubase etc.
#7
£22.30 http://www.scan.co.uk/product.aspx?ProductId=14372 free delivery available for forum members
#8
As someone said, this card is pretty pointless now. If you are interested in music creation, spend about £100 - £150 on a Creative / Asus card with the extra ports. If you are interested in getting the best sound in games then get a Creative X-Fi (between £50 - £80 depending on model/package). The card shown here has little advantage over onboard sound, but the X-Fi frees up the CPU and gives amazing environmental effects in games that take full advantage. Realtek sounds tinny and empty by comparison, particularly through headphones.

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