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ProtectYaNeck36
post Feb 21 2002, 19:55
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i was wondering if anyone could give me some suggestions as far as soundcards go. i was looking for something that can playback 5.1 so i can watch dvd's on my home theater system, but at the same time something that i could record things easily w/ multiple inputs (im a drummer). im looking to keep the cost as low as possible, but i would really appreciate anyones suggestions. basically im just looking for something w/ exceptional sound quality for a reasonable price. thanks in advance.
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Sachankara
post Feb 23 2002, 18:27
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Originally posted by fewtch
IMHO, the best "consumer" sound card is the Turtle Beach (Voyetra) Santa Cruz.  At under , you can't go wrong.

Edit -- it will do 5.1.

http://www.turtlebeach.com/site/products/s...producthome.asp
Same card as the VideoLogic SonicFury... In fact, it even says "Turtle Beach" on the box and "within" the drivers... wink.gif http://www.videologic.com/Images/JPG/Produ...00/VL-60444.jpg

Fortissimo II from Hercules is a cheaper version of the circuitry, but it works just fine... Offers just about the same functions as its "brother"... smile.gif

IŽd bet both VideoLogic SonicFury and Turtle Beach Santa Cruz costs approximatly the same... Not sure though... wink.gif
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