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Old October 13th 03, 03:29 AM
Rufus
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Hi,
I'm thinking of replacing my audio card, Soundblaster live! Value, with
something better in quality and flexibility. I mean, it should recognize
many arbitrary frequency bands in the audio spectrum so that the
amplification over each particular band may be independently set.
A Digitalized Sound Card seems to be the way to go. But which one? Maybe:
Sound blaster Audigy 2.0 zs

Would like to hear any comments from experts.

Thanks in advance.


 




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