Auzen X-Fi Bravura 7.1 review -
Above we see the ¼ headphone output jack. The insulator washer and plastic collar have to be installed after the card installed as it is a bit wider than the PCI slot used on modern cases. Above we can also see the included adapter for 1/8 headphones. The inset picture shows the adapter installed.
The above shows the S/Pdif digital output combo jack. This jack is called a combo jack as it allows both Coaxial output (RCA) and optical output using the included adapter. The inset picture shows the optical adapter inserted and the connector of the included digital optical cable.
The above shows the rear internal pin headers. On the left side we have the Digital Extension header which can allow an AUX S/Pdif output and an S/Pdif input. Next to this we have the front panel audio header which is used to connect to microphone and headphone jacks found on many modern PC cases. According to the specification this panel header is compatible with the Intel HD-audio spec.
With a name like X-Meridian 2G, the guys at Auzentech have a tough act to follow, is the design up to the task? Today in the Guru3D Audio Lab we have a brand new Auzentech X-Meridian 7.1 2G, so let's get to it and see if Auzentech can release a new version of a legendary audio card.
Auzen X-Fi Bravura 7.1 review
A review and test on the Auzen X-Fi Bravura 7.1 We quite enjoyed the sound of this card; it has a very musical profile that makes you want to listen to the next song or play the next game.