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Creative X-Fi Xtrememusic or HT Omega Striker?

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Which one is better for music/movies?

I'm using analog out to my 5.1 speakers.
post #2 of 5
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The xtrememusic is this : http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/Full-function-tested-Creative-X-Fi-FATAL1TY-Xtreme-Music-7-1-PCI-Soundcard-SB0460/809015_548690713.html
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I don't think FATALITY xtreme music is a real product, it must be one or the other. Either way I'd go with the HT omega
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With the gimmicky fatal1ty soundcards you need to drop the fatal1ty part from the name to get the real name of the soundcard. So basically it's extrememusic and that card is pretty low-end and outdated/old.
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post #5 of 5
The XtremeMusic is akin to a Xonar DGX today. It's not bad, but I think if you're really gonna output audio to a 5.1 setup then get a Xonar DX or a Soundblaster Z instead. More expensive, but the improvements in sound quality is worth the extra money.
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