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Poll: What type of sound card do you have in your main computer?

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  1. I'm a Super Moderator johns0's Avatar
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    I have a SB titanium pci-e in my computer.
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    Realtek Onboard
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    Realtek onboard.
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    Realtek onboard, but it seems like every motherboard I get is horrible with interference on the integrated sound, so I typically use a USB soundcard as my primary sound device. Also can have sound out via HDMI on my graphics card, but not doing that right now.
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    One has Realtek onboard, the other a Creative Audigy Platinum Pro card with multiple front panel access ports.
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    Realtek and Sandy Bridge on the HDMI.
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  9. Realtek onboard, with HDMI built-in to my video card. However, I only use Realtek onboard, which I love.
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    Bgears b-Enspirer outputting DTSConnect to a Yamaha TSS-15 via Optical SPDIF.
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    Realtek onboard.
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    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium
    7.1 Channels 24-bit 96KHz PCI Express

    Although i only use it in 5.1 with my pc speaker system
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    For playback internal is ok. For recording, it depends.

    I see no reason to go 7.1.

    5.1 covers 95%.
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    I haven't used a add on sound card in several years. I use S/PDIF out from the motherboard to my surround amp. I think most of my motherboards have the Realtek sound chipset.
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  17. M-Audio Delta 2496 with ASIO drivers
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    Originally Posted by edDV View Post
    For playback internal is ok. For recording, it depends.

    I see no reason to go 7.1.

    5.1 covers 95%.
    I agree with ed on this most of my HTPC use HDMI audio, other workstations use on board audio.

    The PC in my make shift recording studio uses M-Audio's Audiophile 2496.
    Murphy's law taught me everything I know.
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  19. Creative Audigy 2 ZS Platinum even today blows away any realtek and similar onboard sound especially for analog recording and real ASIO
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