Creative¡¯s drivers have always been universal for the X-Fi series. The drivers adopted a modal architecture, allowing the user to set the card to different modes for the task at hand which essentially puts the power of the X-Fi DSP processor where it is needed let¡¯s take a look at the drivers and see what this new card offers over its siblings.
We see the familiar crisp, clean styling of the X-Fi series drivers, with all the relevant features and controls right up front for easy access and location. We have settings for speakers, headphones, EAX effects, THX routines, Graphic Equalizer, Microphone, signal mixer and digital settings. Let¡¯s take a look at the features new to this product below,
The Titanium HD offers a host of routines thanks to THX studio PC technologies. Let¡¯s have a look at the official information about these new features on this product.
Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD review The SoundBlaster X-Fi Titanium HD. This card has many aspects in common with existing X-FI designs and a few new features and modifications to appeal to the newer crop of demanding soundcards enthusiasts.
Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio PCIe Bordering on false advertisement, Creative's latest X-Fi isn't an X-Fi at all, it's a new rev of the Audigy series using the X-Fi drivers and gliding on the PCI Express bus. The EAX gaming enhancements are gone, however, in favor of the more usable Crystallizer and CMSS3D functions. The X-Audio does provide a good value with decent performance, stability, and last but not least, is does sound good.
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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.