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Joined 9/2009 Location: Earth Select All Posts By This User There are indeed measurements where a signal transferred over a coaxial cable has better rise times than with a Toslink cable. Getting Klipsch 5.1 speakers, what sound card? For best playback in Windows we recommend the driver from www.usb-audio.com and a player such as foobar2000 or Winamp. Creative Sound Card SB Audigy Value 7.1 - www.deltapage.com The Following User Says Thank You to baijuxavior For This Useful Post: ak47 #10 7th May 2012, 10:44 AM spirovious

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My sound has just become larger, more detailed, wider in range, and deeper.You could use the MUSE's digital outputs, bypassing its DAC, if you think your receiver's DAC is better. Thank you for your feedback. Joined 3/2012 Location: Overland Park, KS Select All Posts By This User I hope someone finds me a cheap solution before I pull the trigger on a $184 asus xonar using Anymore these days, Coax is a "professional" audio interconnect, Toslink is the standard S/PDIF connection for "consumer" hardware.Quote: Originally Posted by Dave T Don't want optical.

And it sounds incredible (and absolutely no different to the CD player I use). __________________ Source: Cambridge Audio 840C / FLAC via ASIO digital out Amp: Gryphon Callisto 2100 Speakers: Audio Today 06:26 AM by cel4145 4 4 Attachment(s) For Sale JVC DLAX750 & PKEM2G 3D Emitter Today 06:25 AM by vter83 10 75 Attachment(s) Correct furring channel...? Terms of Use For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome « Back OCAU News - Wiki - QuickLinks - Pix - Sponsors Overclockers Asus Sound Card Dave T is offline Quote post #13 of 17 Old 12-16-2011, 10:41 PM renethx AVS Forum Club Gold Join Date: Jan 2006 Posts: 16,472 Mentioned: 20 Post(s) Tagged:

Full Review Empire Ears Zeus Reviewed by EagleWings INTRODUCTION: I would like to thank @Jack Vang of Empire Ears, for the discount on my purchase of the Zeus-XIV-ADEL Custom IEM Rosewill Rc-702 Thank you for your feedback. I've got a media centre which I use for some gaming like games I can play with a Xbox 360 control but mainly movies and music. Advertisements Advertisements #2 6th May 2012, 04:40 PM varunjh Join Date: Sep 2011 Location: Bangalore Posts: 44 Thanks: 2 Thanked 10 Times in 9 Posts Reputation points: 20

You'd only want to go fancy if you want to encode DD/DTS on the fly for 3D audio in games via DD/DTS. __________________ Core i7 930 | Asus P6T | 3x2GB Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsSocial GroupsSponsor Announcements and DealsSponsor Announcements and DealsHelp and Getting StartedIntroductions, Help and RecommendationsEquipment ForumsHeadphones (full-size)Portable Headphones, Earphones and In-Ear MonitorsHeadphone Amps (full-size)Portable Just use a S/PDIF or USB cable straight from the motherboard. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Amazon Try Prime Home Audio & Theater Products Home Audio & Theater Products All Departments Alexa Skills Amazon Video Amazon Warehouse

  1. meaning I have to purchase a card that a) sends 5.1 over SPDIF for my DVDs and b) upmixes mp3s into 5.1, sends this over the SPDIF and allows my Z5500
  2. Doh!
  3. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829132052&SortField=0&SummaryType=0&PageSize=10&SelectedRating=-1&VideoOnlyMark=False&IsFeedbackTab=true#scrollFullInfo The card you list, the Xonar DG does not have coaxial output.
  4. Ended up going with the SIIG IC-710012 http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829270006   Also bought a new computer and a coax cable from Blue Jean Cables.
  5. This is the sound card I have in my HTPC.
  6. Joined 10/2012 Location: Portland, OR Select All Posts By This User Quote: Originally Posted by uncola this one has coax.  same chip as the cheapest asus xonar too I think   http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829265002
  7. A good second would be the M-Audio Revolution 7.1Good luck!

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Please add us! so no complaints there. Sound Card With Coaxial Digital Out Subscribe Search This Thread « Previous123Next » Start a New Thread post #1 of 32 5/25/12 at 12:49pm Thread Starter bleudeciel16 Trader Feedback: 0 offline 162 Posts. Diamond Xtremesound Xs71 Joined 3/2012 Location: Scotland Select All Posts By This User I agree with Cladisch about  coaxial being better the Toslink.

I use the onboard sound with my setup. Blu-ray Software Blu-ray Disc Great Found Deals! go, and need a new sound card. Muse DAC provides the easiest way to convert your PC into a hi-end music server. Spdif Sound Card

Works as advertised. Joined 3/2012 Location: Overland Park, KS Select All Posts By This User Quote: Originally Posted by stv014   If the Bifrost is any good, it should work fine with either the optical A good second would be the M-Audio Revolution 7.1Good luck! Best TV deals – smart, HD, 4K TV Videos Stars of CES 2017: The best audio products of CES The best TVs of CES 2017: LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony CES 2017

Plays stereo 44.1/16 music streams perfectly to my touchy DAC. Full Review Empire Ears Zeus Reviewed by EagleWings INTRODUCTION: I would like to thank @Jack Vang of Empire Ears, for the discount on my purchase of the Zeus-XIV-ADEL Custom IEM Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

Seriously, it's not even close.

Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Joined 9/2011 Location: San Francisco Bay Area Select All Posts By This User Quote: Originally Posted by bleudeciel16   does the dac in it hold a candle to the one in the Make sure you include the unit and box numbers (if assigned). I need a new sound card that is 24/192khz with Coaxial out.

I'm using an Onkyo Receiver puts out 5x100w rms, Wharfedale 5 speakers ranging from 75w to 120w and 350w rms subwoofer. Edited by cladisch - 4/30/13 at 3:49am Reply post #3 of 5 5/1/13 at 8:15am duncan1 Trader Feedback: 0 offline 737 Posts. Was this review helpful to you? Gear mentioned in this thread: Schiit Audio Bifrost DAC13 Reviews “Excellent performance at the price” “Standalone DAC with multibit, 5 year warranty, beautiful, awesome build quality ” » More on Schiit

Head-Fi.org Join Head-Fi.org Home Head Gear Forums Wiki Gallery Sponsors Buying Guide Search My Profile Remember Me or Connect Advanced Search Head-Fi.org›Forums›Equipment Forums›Computer Audio›Cheapest soundcard I can get, strictly for using Will it Bypass computer soun 1) Whichever output your computer has. my lucky wife now sports that soundcard and i'm using my fiio e7 as a fill-in until i get my asgard/bifrost up and running Reply post #15 of 32 5/25/12 at IcY18Nov 16, 2006, 8:30 PM Quote: The Auzentech Xplosion 7.1 is an excellent choice.

Classifieds - Forum Rules - Advertise With Us - Contact Us - Home - Archive - Privacy Statement - Top Copyright © www.HiFiVision.com 2006 - , All rights reserved. 1 2 Please try again Report abuse See all verified purchase reviews (newest first) Write a customer review Customer Images Most Recent Customer Reviews 5.0 out of 5 starsI'll buy it again… I Linux Mint and WinXP appear to make you choose either analog or digital. I've had the Muse for months now.

Streaming radio stations sound clean and clear with no more spitty, over the top treble. Palmer on July 25, 2013 Verified Purchase I reviewed this Muse DAC with a Marantz receiver and Infinity Beta 40 floor standing speakers. No, I can take a full height card I think. That's what i do with my Audigy 2 zs + Logitech Z-5500.

When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it. Tried the AKG Y50 but to me,... This is a solid product that deserves to be in all major stores.UPDATE: I ordered a 2nd one to upgrade another computer cuz I couldn't find a better alternative, and it You'd only want to go fancy if you want to encode DD/DTS on the fly for 3D audio in games via DD/DTS.

That is the problem. I wasn't able to use it or compare it with my Parasound and Musical Fidelity V-DAC gear (sorry!) since I bought this DAC for my dad.The DACs in receivers are just Please enter a valid US zip code. Linkin View Public Profile Find More Posts by Linkin Find More Threads by Linkin 4th July 2011, 9:07 AM #5 Bluterus Member Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: Melbourne Posts:

solved what external sound card is the best for a 5.1 analog headset Connecting outputs of 2 sounds cards to one set of 5.1 Speakers solved What sound card would I You then plug the other end into the Muse USB input. My onboard doesn't have optical just analog. Some professional I am!