**B Grade** Xonar D2X 7.1 PCI-E Sound Card

  • ASUS Xonar D2X audio card
  • dedicated to be the best audio card for gaming and home entertainments
  • provides unprecedented 118dB In/Out SNR audio quality and features for games.
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Stock Code: BG-375-AS

EAN: 00000000

MPN: 90-YAA055-1UAN00Z

Manufacturer: Asus

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**B Grade** Xonar D2X 7.1 PCI-E Sound Card

Below is the original description for this product, any reference to warranty is to be ignored. Warranty for this item is 90 days as with all B Grade items.

B Grade items may have been used, have damaged packaging, missing accessories or a combination of these (Motherboards may be missing I/O shields).

Some items may have scuff marks or slight scratches but should otherwise be an operable product.
With the introduction of Windows Vista, the whole audio architecture landscaped has been changed. This has resulted in teething problems for gamers - with the possibility of losing all surround sound or hardware accelerated Direct3D and EAX while gaming in the Windows Vista environment. To circumvent this problem, the Asus Xonar family of audio cards utilizes an Asus exclusive technology - the new DS3D GX extension in the Xonar D2X driver; to provide full support for surround sound and hardware accelerated features by translating DirectX to the DS3D GX. While other solutions like OpenAL requires special installation and game support, DS3D GX doesn't. Gamers can enjoy DirectX gaming with hardware enhanced surround sound and EAX effects automatically and immediately after installation. Asus Xonar D2X audio card, dedicated to be the best audio card for gaming and home entertainment, provides unprecedented 118dB In/Out SNR audio quality and features for games, music, and movies. Combining 192k/24-bit ultra fidelity input and output with a suite of Dolby and DTS sound technologies and abundant valuable software, the Xonar D2X is well designed to upgrade your PC to a powerful and high-quality Home Entertainment Centre, which you will never have with onboard audio or other sound cards.

- PCI-Express Interface
- Vista Gaming with DirectSound & EAX support
- Hi-Fi class audio quality with SNR up to 118dB
- Dolby HomeTheater Technologies & DTS Connect
- Valuable Cakewalk and Ableton Live music production software bundled
- Unprecedented SSNR NR Up to 118db reaching the limit of PC audio sound quality clarity
- Full duplex High-definition audio processing at 192KHz/24Bit for all Input and outputs and Inputs
- Versatile Dolby/DTS Audio Technologies for Game, Music, and Video
- Accurate 3D sound positioning and hardware acceleration for PC gaming
- Real-time DDL and DTS Connect encoders for amazing gaming and surround sounds over your Home Theater System
- Requires floppy power-connector
- Vista Ready

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