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  • Johnny RothenJohnny Rothen

    Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! Platinum 5.1Published on 11/19/03 at 01:03
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    I chose this because, for cinnectique you and that friend had had several config problem with their cards. I chose this one to avoid the trouble. In the silent era my config: pIII850, 256 sdram, DD ata 7200 rev / min. I plugged my guitar or my bass output of a small multi-effect in between line2 jack (6.5) and a midi keyboard on the inter ... noon!

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is no, but It is not necessary so ...

    GETTING STARTED

    The drivers are not being updated and are not dvelopps for mao. Cubase 5, I got 25 ms latency, impossible to play vsti. Note the kx drivers, free, and that achieve latencies of about 3 ms. Derrire install but boring foot.

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    I chose this because, for cinnectique you and that friend had had several config problem with their cards. I chose this one to avoid the trouble. In the silent era my config: pIII850, 256 sdram, DD ata 7200 rev / min. I plugged my guitar or my bass output of a small multi-effect in between line2 jack (6.5) and a midi keyboard on the inter ... noon!

    UTILIZATION

    The manual is no, but It is not necessary so ...

    GETTING STARTED

    The drivers are not being updated and are not dvelopps for mao. Cubase 5, I got 25 ms latency, impossible to play vsti. Note the kx drivers, free, and that achieve latencies of about 3 ms. Derrire install but boring foot.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 years now. I bought this card for me to computer music without having trouble. This card is a multimedia absolutely not oriented music (plutt DVD). It is intended to beginners or very small config. The quality of the converters and prampli is really low, but this card is very simple to use and fairly complte his connections. Trs much to learn in short ...
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  • arietiarieti

    Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! Platinum 5.1Published on 03/26/05 at 18:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Front interface on the computer.
    Use for the transfer of my recordings made on mini-disc deck quality.
    Installed on a Duron 900.
    Was never able to run the coaxial and optical inputs.

    UTILIZATION

    Many of incompatibility for the software offered above.
    Very little relevant information.

    GETTING STARTED

    Stereo recording only 44.1 htz and 32-bit with Cool Edit Pro. That's all worked quite closely.

    OVERALL OPINION

    To: RCA jack on the front
    Cons: everything else

    Sound Balster farewell ...
  • TriYopTriYop

    Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! Platinum 5.1Published on 09/05/11 at 04:30
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    I bought this card to the sampler / synthesizer and MIDI SFX integrated.

    I used it first with a single keyboard controller on an Athlon TBird 1000 | 1GB then a sempron 2600 +. If I place the card with the next PC restarant.

    UTILIZATION

    My only problem now is for drivers of Linux drivers ... but in windows, with alternative drivers, opportunities were very intéresssantes.

    GETTING STARTED

    Using the tools provided needed to delve into the manual and juggle different interfaces ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this card for over 10 years and I intend to continue as long as possible.

    I love the rack internal to the PC front and opportunities brought about.

    The …
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    I bought this card to the sampler / synthesizer and MIDI SFX integrated.

    I used it first with a single keyboard controller on an Athlon TBird 1000 | 1GB then a sempron 2600 +. If I place the card with the next PC restarant.

    UTILIZATION

    My only problem now is for drivers of Linux drivers ... but in windows, with alternative drivers, opportunities were very intéresssantes.

    GETTING STARTED

    Using the tools provided needed to delve into the manual and juggle different interfaces ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this card for over 10 years and I intend to continue as long as possible.

    I love the rack internal to the PC front and opportunities brought about.

    The value should be reviewed now, but it was a very good deal at the time.
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  • oxyde31oxyde31

    Creative Labs Sound Blaster Live! Platinum 5.1Published on 08/11/09 at 14:55
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    What characteristics have motivated your choice, for what purpose? What is your config (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk ,...)? What tools or systems you use it? * ... A friend gave it to me!

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable? Are they often updated? What software do you use most often? What latency you get and how many tracks you get to record / playback simultaneously? * ...

    its function with all but all just good for games and more

    GETTING STARTED

    The installation is done it without problems? Have you encountered any incompatibilities? The general configuration is easy? The manual is clear and sufficient? * ...

    it works with all or even Linux is supported

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    What characteristics have motivated your choice, for what purpose? What is your config (Motherboard / CPU / Ram / Disk ,...)? What tools or systems you use it? * ... A friend gave it to me!

    UTILIZATION

    The drivers are stable? Are they often updated? What software do you use most often? What latency you get and how many tracks you get to record / playback simultaneously? * ...

    its function with all but all just good for games and more

    GETTING STARTED

    The installation is done it without problems? Have you encountered any incompatibilities? The general configuration is easy? The manual is clear and sufficient? * ...

    it works with all or even Linux is supported

    OVERALL OPINION

    For how long have you been using it? What thing do you like most/least about it? Did you try many other models before getting this one? What is your opinion about the value for the price? Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? * ...

    it is in the main PC to listen jute the stuff on the net is very compressed sound and totally inprecis, even on the S / PDIF converter with very upscale its degueulle
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