This package would surely catch your attention while checking out your local PC shops. Both sides of the packaging are filled with specifications, logos and audio technologies.
The base card and ACM module are easily seen through the packaging. Just enough to get your attention and make you want to know what is inside the box.
The side window is a cool design as you can see both cards I/O headers and have the explanations of everything right below. This is excellent for those unsure of what they need or what the card offers. Given the flashed out packaging and box specifications, we can see many quickly reaching for their wallets and gleefully running home like a kid with a big bag of candy! Let’s tear into this and see what we get for the price point.
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Creative Labs Gigaworks S750 7.1 Speakers So 7.1 surround sound, do we really need to invest in it ? Ehm, no ... But I can tell you it does make a very nice difference over the traditional 5.1 setup for sure. I'll explain all that on this multi purpose speaker set later on when I will talk a little about my game/movie/music experiences in combination with the GigaWorks S750's.
Creative Labs Sound Blaster Audigy 4 Pro In December something big was released by Creative labs. And the fun thing is .. almost all of you missed it didn't you? Really silently Creative Labs pushed forward a new soundcard under the label Audigy 4 You'd expect a big marketing campaign with bells and whistles and preferably gorgeous blonde women jumping up and down with the soundcard ... but that did not happen.