Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy

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Sound Blaster Audigy, Internal PCI/ISA Sound Card from Creative Labs.

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Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Creative Labs
  • Model: Sound Blaster Audigy
  • Category: Internal PCI/ISA Sound Cards
  • Added in our database on: 06/09/2005

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Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy user reviews

Average Score:4.8( 4.8/5 based on 4 reviews )
 3 reviews75 %
 1 user review25 %
Value For Money :

Philou13bis's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy
Correct quality sound card for any purpose but not dedicates music
I intermdiaire by the branch of a mixer
simple connection with mini-jack type soundblaster not very practical use because derrire plac ...


Easy installation to replace a soudblaster
problem of paramtrage pointed at the following configuration (though uninstall the cards and vrifier Previous IRQs)


The Audigy software is great: compression decompression CD (WAV and MP3) with a Fast Fashion discothque
A function of slow MP3 registered handy for transplanting plans ...
Effects software which I do not use


About 1 year of use, good value price for quality amateur replay function very practical and motivating the purchase of its own sound card ......

gromeul's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy
APRS testing, quality audio silent than enough for what I wanted to do (computer music), in addition, she had also used to watch DVDs and dedicates a sound card audio Pro did not suit me in the IMMEDIATE.
I have a XP1800 + with 512 DDRAM and 40GB and trs works well, despite the criticism I've read here and l.
I use it primarily for recording vocals and guitars, passing through a microphone Rode NT-3, a Mackie 1604VLZ.


The installation is longer than I could imagine and this card does not work with a Duron 600 (I prcdemment).
For rgler, there is no particular problem set by the development with Cubase VST 32.Mme not need the manual!


The drivers are stable and for the length to install them, I do not want to MJ. All fawns, it works as well trs a.
I work on Cubase VST 32, and APRS moults tests, I have Russi a latency of 20 ms without dcrochages, at least with 8 audio tracks + 8 Vsti (SampleTank) and south .


It's been two months that I use and I am totally satisfied. The only worry is the fact that it can not record 96 kHz/24-bit but hey, we can not have everything!
Good qualitprix.
It is a card I can advise everyone and I do not regret that choice at all, but I do not Rasht, not because of its quality or default, but because I I'll get a computer "ddiquot; the music so I would take over the range from a manufacturer really specially.

MrShake's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy
Nice card for less than 500 roupettes (70 euros for the player). The converters are ter quality (roughly, the 24 / 96, but it works pretty useless), but sufficient to obtain a correct model. I / O jack small 3.5 (fragile. ..) no comment on the MIDI that I could never run ...


Installation nickel, no conflict, although gre. Attention to various small utilities Creative, I got no intrt, which tend to settle without too much to ask for your opinion. As for drivers, I have to download on the Creative site, those supplied with the card using systmatiquement planting Logic Audio (asio when you hold us ...)
Manual: ridiculous.


After a few days inviting put, is your exact ... impressive for the price. On an Athlon 2100 +, 512 Ram, DD 7200 rev IDE, the latency is ... 2ms, no crash (in Logic Platinum 5.3), up to 24 tracks for reading and recording 2.


A work for three months. Nothing wrong level made considering the price ...
Overall, I think it's a gear that will fit the hacker economy, ready to hand the pte and not to the portfolio. Chuis glad c'te karte, yep. But for the seriousness, the need beefier stuff ...

DaChE's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy
Good hardware performance ratio s / n fit.
I use it to make music a personal capacity.
My PC config:
Abit KG7 raid (VIA chipset)
CPU Athlon XP 2000
Under Windows XP, but I expect it to Linux prfrerai addaptent executable Fruityloops.
I have a Groovebox Electribe ES1 which I use MIDI controller (MIDI OX)
I operate from the microphone, noon, 4 audio outputs (2 headphone, 2enceintes monitoring)


No problem for installation!
No incompatibility dtcte.
It must be the original driver raliste dvelopps for its games, cinfils, but not for us budding musicians (/ pro?)!
The manual ... What for?


We must look for alternative drivers tel: kX Driver for latency correct!
I try the original ones (I do not know how the other person can give a "no opinion" on these drivers?! Can be worked there without VST ...), it's really no joy (it's horrible!).
I use fruityloops with latency> 10ms
In gnral I work on tracks 10/20
Registration is trs good quality for this type of card!


I use it for a year.
What I like least is the jack 3.5 I prfr another connector (RCA), but for the price!
I had a ess1868 (I do not remember too much about the chip!), A Creative SBLive (it's a good map!)
It is a good value trs qualitprix, for those who want it can be pampered means!
I Do not hesitate to purchase the same (50 is correct!), I tip for those that calve invest $ 100 to go have a look to the TerraTec product.

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