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  • is this card is good for a carputer

    I have someone that have this card soundblaster audigy platinum ex

    I can get this car for less then 80$.

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    that is a very old card. It would be all you need for the car, (possibly overkill), but you should definitely NOT pay $80 for it. As they are an older card (don't think they are made anymore) your best bet for a deal on it is to look at the auction sites.
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    • #3
      ok thanks so i will look to find a better deal

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      • #4
        Have you even bothered to try the onboard sound from the motherboard to see if it meets your needs?
        Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
        How about the Wiki?



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        • #5
          What kinda sound card are you looking for?
          Internal or USB?

          Creative have some REALY nice USB sound cards in europe that are not available in the US.. Made a post about it a few days ago. http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/1299938-post8.html
          (And regarding the price... this card wich is probably one of the better USB 5.1 cards around.. is aprox 88USD i Norway.. and Norway is expensive).

          Regarding sound products.. there can never be an "overkill" purchase. The sound is only as good as the product that produce the sound!
          Wich is espcially true coming to MP3

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DarquePervert View Post
            Have you even bothered to try the onboard sound from the motherboard to see if it meets your needs?
            no I have not test the sound card yet I was searching PCI card

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            • #7
              Originally posted by FouFF View Post
              no I have not test the sound card yet I was searching PCI card
              Before you invest money in a sound card, I suggest trying your system with the onboard sound (Assuming your motherboard has onboard audio hardware) to see if it meets your needs.
              Onboard sound has several benefits:
              - Takes up less space
              - Draws less power
              - Less cost

              If it works for you, then you've saved yourself some dollars and made your install that much less complicated.
              If it doesn't, then you know what to look for.
              Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
              How about the Wiki?



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