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Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Platinum
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Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 Platinum
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Robespierre Robespierre
Publié le 11/14/06 à 03:31
I wanted a multi card / asio to record a guitar + 1 or 2 microphones or battery can be with 3 microphones ... I wanted something fairly common and with whom I can jou even when a different game ...

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UTILIZATION

A little annoying to put the rack with the ground in a pc already chargbr /> The driver installation is rather long but ...
Even with a VIA chipset (kt 266a) it seems to work.

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GETTING STARTED

The updates from Creative I ask a lot of problems ... crash weird but I wait in the Kx project drivers.
Also you need a good pc (athlon me 1.33GHz) cat the console (mixing eax general) are a little lo ng to relax before Souvre (3-4 sec) which is always annoying.

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OVERALL OPINION

Not really a major problem. no problem asio my worst fear.
sincerely evaluate when a product is positioned between the middle amateur and semi-pro.

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