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post #11 of 15
Prelude FTWz0r.
post #12 of 15
Depends on the DAC really.

With the opa627 opamps the prelude does do very well for L/R channel audio.
post #13 of 15
I'd personally get both the Prelude and the Zero, you'll have analogue out from the prelude if you end up getting PC speakers, and the Prelude can be used as a transport to feed the Zero. You can also roll the OPAMPs on the Zero to suit your musical tastes.
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post #14 of 15
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Originally Posted by Sabre X View Post
I've heard that X Fi is wonky with Vista though. Has anyone had problems?
There are still issues with Creative's drivers under Vista, alhough most have been fixed. Those who claim that they haven't had any problems may be right from their perspective, but they likely aren't running their audio through a high-end speaker kit.

If you have a custom speaker setup you'd be better off with the Xonar or the E-Mu.
post #15 of 15
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Originally Posted by t4ct1c47 View Post
There are still issues with Creative's drivers under Vista, alhough most have been fixed. Those who claim that they haven't had any problems may be right from their perspective, but they likely aren't running their audio through a high-end speaker kit.

If you have a custom speaker setup you'd be better off with the Xonar or the E-Mu.
Auzentechs Drivers ARE NOT the same as creatives.

I own the Prelude and these drivers are top notch absolutely no problems on Vista 64 bit.
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