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Curious to see how the ZxR stacks up against the Titanium HD. I bought my first Titanium HD on release day and just got a new one to replace it, as the first one died. Sadly, I ended up paying more for this new one than I did for my first one back in 2010 or whenever it was. Love the card though. It replaced my old Auzentech X-Fi Prelude that had the notorious crackle/pop issues.(Was a very good card other than that issue though.)
 
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post #52 of 300
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Originally Posted by HothBase View Post

The Recon3D doesn't seem to have achieved much popularity, as many think of it as a step backwards from the X-Fi. I'm no expert, so someone else will have to say if these seem to be any better.
Regardless, that ZxR almost looks like an AMD graphics card.
Edit: My comment was supposed to get in there before xentrox's. tongue.gif

I used to have an X-Fi Xtreme Gamer PCI, and then I went to the Recon3D.

The X-Fi definitely has more customization in the software, so if you need more advanced features, the Recon3D wont be enough.

Apart from having less software features, the Recon3D does have good sound quality, and it drives my custom 4.1 speakers awesome, and the 600 Ohm amp works well (using them to drive my DT990 600Ohm).

I would say it all depends on your usage. If you are like me, and want something simple, has a gaming mode (called "Scout Mode"), and that will just sound good, get the Recon3D, If you need more advanced features/support (EAX, this is calling you), then X-Fi is better. It seems like they created the Recon3D for a very specific audience, and unless you need specific features from it, an X-Fi will be more than enough.
     
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post #53 of 300
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Originally Posted by Skoobs View Post

waiting for two-slot cards with 5.1 or 7.1 RCA out.
i like the OMEGA Claro Halo XT breakout card with 5.1
...may have to just break down and buy a dedicated dac

The Asus Xonar ST comes can be paired with an H6 extension board allowing for 8 channels, with swappable OpAmps for all IV's/Channels. All analog, all powered by the card's powerful DAC.

Only problem is, it's PCI. This is why I am hoping that the ZxR will mend my needs when I move to PCI-less motherboards down the road.
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I prefer the PCI, not PCIe adapter, and this is why new motherboards should have a PCI slot.
Edited by cdoublejj - 8/17/12 at 6:07am
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post #55 of 300
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Originally Posted by btdvox View Post

Being a full-time musician and recording engineer,
I feel you might have the case of a placebo effect, depending on how long ago your talking but for me the only benefit for discrete soundcards when NOT recording is simply the SNR.
Onboard solutions like the Realtek ALC898 have a good SNR anyways, unless your pumping a Home Theatre system or recording (in which you should invest in Pro Tools or better Pre's), there is no reason to own a discrete soundcard except for bad marketing gimmicks like Creative's EAX crap

Rated SNR is totally different from actual SNR output... Typically 85 ~ @16bit


@ Thread. Wow these looks great. /impressed.
post #56 of 300
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Originally Posted by xentrox View Post

This.
Get decent audio equipment first, then bother with getting a decent soundcard.
I listen to my audio via a pair of AKG k240's, sure they're not the second coming of jesus, but I notice major differences in sound quality between my dedicated audio card and the onboard chip.

ASUS ROG Xonar Phoebus, Edifier 2.1 S730 with an optical cable and you'll hear things you've never heard before. Truly amazing how much a difference a great pair of speakers, optical cable and audiophile sound card can make.

Never thought music could sound that good or games like battlefield 3 (what you hear is completly different to a mid-range sound card/on board sound card). Only problem being everyone around you then hates you and where do you use it because a system like that is loud and all you want to do is turn it up louder. Lol.

Be interesting to see how this performs though because the last few cards they've made havent been great, drivers wise, feedback wise (static when moving mouse on desktop with headphones) etc.
    
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I would say it all depends on your usage. If you are like me, and want something simple, has a gaming mode (called "Scout Mode"), and that will just sound good, get the Recon3D, If you need more advanced features/support (EAX, this is calling you), then X-Fi is better. It seems like they created the Recon3D for a very specific audience, and unless you need specific features from it, an X-Fi will be more than enough.

Really... check my sig. Recon3D ~ Onboard sound with software accel.
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post #58 of 300
I had a feeling these were coming when so many sites were discounting the Titanium HD's.

Price is decent on the Zx; looking forward to reviews.
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Need PCB shots.
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Originally Posted by xentrox View Post

The Recon3D series was pure garbage and it touted some amazing specs on paper.

Recon3Ds specs weren't particularly good, and one look at the PCB should have told anyone that it was going to sound like a budget card. Which is what it was, plus the Creative tax.
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Originally Posted by Schoat333 View Post

I stop bothering with sound cards over a decade ago.

The original Audigy was the last Creative card I purchased. I've dabbled with others since, either in other systems, or having gotten them in trade, but I haven't liked any of them.

The Sound Blaster AWE64 Gold was the last Creative card I liked.
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Only got a Phoebus a fortnight ago.. will be kicking myself if these are better :/
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