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post #21 of 24
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The card I'm looking at http://www.auzentech.com/site/products/x-meridian.php
can convert any single into DTS it is a far superior card then the X-fi stuff.
oh did I say that ...better get my flame proof suit out

X-fi
Feature

Description
Technical Specs
24-bit Analog-to-Digital conversion of analog inputs: 96kHz sampling rate
24-bit Digital-to-Analog conversion of digital sources: 96khz to analog 7.1 speaker output
24-bit Digital-to-Analog conversion of stereo digital sources: 192kHz to stereo output
16-bit to 24-bit recording sampling rates: 8, 11.025, 16, 22.05, 24, 32, 44.1, 48 and 96kHz
ASIO 2.0 support: 16-bit/44.1kHz, 16-bit/48kHz, 24-bit/44.1kHz, 24-bit/48kHz and 24-bit/96kHz with direct monitoring
Enhanced SoundFont support: Up to 24-bit resolution
X-RAM: 64MB
Audio Performance (Rated Output @ 2Vrms, Typical Value)
Signal-to-Noise Ratio (20kHz Low-pass filter, A-Weighted): Stereo Output: 116dB
Front and Rear Channels: 116dB
Center, Subwoofer and Side Channels: 116dB
Total Harmonic Distortion + Noise at 1kHz (20kHz Low-pass filter): 0.0008%
Frequency Response (-3dB, 24-bit/96kHz input ): <10Hz to 46kHz
Frequency Response (-3dB, 24-bit/192kHz input): <10Hz to 88kHz (Stereo only)
Connectivity
FlexiJack: 3-in-1 function (Digital I/O1 / Line In / Microphone) via 3.50mm mini jack
Line level out (Front / Rear / Side / Center / Subwoofer): 3.50mm mini jacks
AUX_IN line-level analog input: 4-pin Molex connector on card
One AD_Link (26 pin) connector: For linking to the X-Fi I/O Console
I/O Console Connectivity
Coaxial SPDIF input and output: Two RCA jacks
Shared Auxiliary input / Phono input: RCA stereo jacks
Optical SPDIF input and output: Two optical connectors
MIDI input and output: Two standard MIDI female connectors
Headphone output and volume control: 6.35 mm (1/4-inch) stereo jack
Shared line-level analog Line/Microphone input: 6.35 mm (1/4-inch) stereo jack
Shared line-level analog Line/Hi-Z input: 6.35 mm (1/4-inch) stereo jack
DIN jack: Connect to Creative analog speaker systems with the wired remote control or Audio Control Pod that comes with the speakers
One AD_LINK connector: Links to the audio card

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AUZEN X-MERIDIAN 7.1


* The C-Media Oxygen HD CMI8788 Audio Processor is the heart of the AUZEN X-MERIDIAN 7.1.
* 4 pcs 24-bit/192kHz AK4396VF (120dB-part spec.) DACs for 7.1channel output. (24-bit/192kHz in 7.1channel playback)
* 1 pc 24-bit/192kHz AK5385VF(114dB-part spec.) ADC input (24-bit/192kHz recording)
* 1 pc CMI9780 AC'97 2.3 CODEC for AUX input, CD input, MIC input (16bit/48kHz playback/recording)
* Integrated up to 192k/24-bit S/PDIF transmitter for 44.1kHz,48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz SPDIF output.
* Supports onboard high grade special COAX+OPTIC combo type transmitter module for up to 192kHz SPDIF out.
* Integrated up to 192k/24-bit S/PDIF receiver for 44.1kHz,48kHz, 96kHz, 192kHz SPDIF input.
* Supports onboard high grade special COAX+OPTIC combo type receiver module for up to 192kHz SPDIF input.
* Standard 10PIN Front Panel Audio supports connectivity for stereo audio output and a microphone input from most new chassis. (All 7.1channel analog output muted by jack connection sense of front panel headphone out / Dual MIC input available by back panel mic input and front panel mic input)
* DTS® Interactive - A real-time 5.1 channel encoder.
* DTS® NeoC - An upmix matrix technology.
* Dolby® Digital Live (DDL) - A real-time 5.1 channel encoding.
* Dolby® ProLogic IIx surround processor spreading stereo audio into 7.1 channel surround sound.
* Dolby® Headphone technology, conveying 5.1 surround and 3D gaming audio over stereo headphones.
* Dolby® Virtual Speaker solution, bringing amazing virtual surround sound fields via general two speakers.
* C-Media FlexBass™ - LFE channel crossover frequency setable from range 50 to 250Hz in Small speaker mode and Small/Large speaker selectable.
* C-Media Magic Voice™, popular feature for disguising your tone in online chatting.
* C-Media Xear 3D™ 7.1 Virtual Speaker Shifter technology.
* C-Media’s unique Karaoke functions: Microphone Echo, Key-shifting.
* Individual 10-band EQ for each channel,.27 global reverberation environments.
* Supports most industrial standards of 3D sound for PC gaming, including EAX™ 1.0 & 2.0, A3D™ 1.0, and DirectSound™.
* Swappable DIP type OPAMP controlled preamp out circuit (4pcs output control OPAMP IC with DIY socket)
* Surface mount type OPAMP controlled preamp input circuit (2pcs input control OPAMP for ADC and 1pc MIC input gain control)
* 5Vrms (Differential DAC output with gain adjustment / approximately full swing from +/- 8V dual power supply)
* Proper OPAMP control circuit (large capacity 1A +8V, -8V, dual power supply circuit) for high quality audio quality, prevent audio distortion at high volume level.
* Upgrade Extension available (Extra 6.35mm MIC / Extra Digital I/O sold separately)
* Supported operating systems:
Microsoft Windows® 98SE / ME / 2000 Service Pack 3(SP3) / XP Service Pack 1(SP1) / Server 2003 SP1/ XP Media Center Edition 2005 (MCE) / XP x64 Edition.
    
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post #22 of 24
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although both cards are good I think I will go with the X-MERIDIAN as I had the xplosion on my old rig and it was great ..and I personaly had to RMA 2 x-fi cards.
    
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post #23 of 24
I personally assumed you'd be gaming, especially with that super high end gaming rig of yours =).
The technical fluff of the Auzen doesn't equate to 'Ultra High' mode on BF2, Which Creative Monopolised.
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post #24 of 24
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I think playing a game in DTS is as good as or better then the ultra high EAX stuff. I just don't have any faith in Creative.

I think of them as being very deceitful and there customer service sucks...I will fully admit that I'm very biased agints them.
    
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