Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX
Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX

Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX, USB audio interface from Creative Labs.

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cedesguin 11/27/2004

Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 2 NX : cedesguin's user review


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* Converter 24 bit, 96kHz analog / digital (A / N) for various analog inputs
* Converter 24 bit, 96kHz digital / analog (D / A) up to 7.1 channel output
* Support format signals SPDIF (Sony / Philips Digital Interface) input and output resolutions up to 24 bit 96 kHz
* Recording / Playback: up to a resolution of 24 bit 96 kHz *
* Support for SoundFont 2.1 reading Midi

Connections and controls

* USB connector 2
* Line
* Microphone
SPDIF Optical Input *
* Line out (front / rear / center / sub)
* Output (side) line / headphone)
* Optical S / PDIF
* Controls:
o Adjusting Analog headphone volume
o Adjusting the microphone volume
* Witnesses:
o LED On / Off LED & Dolby

It is totally forgotten by his job without incident. Much quieter than original equipment circuits anonymous computers, especially laptops. The remote is a real plus.


Archisimple installation, especially if you already installed other devices Creative.


Drivers without a problem. An update for 18 months. No noticeable latency.
Audacity, Mediasource, Winamp.
I use it in 2 channel (sometimes four, but headphones and speaker)


I use it for 18 months. I would do the same choice at this price (110 euros), if an Edirol, better but more expensive.
A reproach (but at that price ...): No SPDIF coaxial digital input is the only optical (but the output was the coax + optical).
This is not a pro, the price is not pro either, it is necessary to forgive the lack of phantom power and balanced connections.
No power supply via the USB port. In my opinion this is not a defect: USB power poses risks of instability (including other USB Device in use simultaneously).