AudioTrak Prodigy 7.1 Sound Card review

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AudioTrak Prodigy 7.1 - Package Contents

Package Contents 

The box that arrived from AudioTrak was rather small and lightweight.  Besides the card itself, it came with a driver CD, a dead-tree user manual, an AudioTrak product catalog, and a gigantic pack of silica gel.


Not much in there, eh?

That is a mighty big pack of silica gel, let me tell you.


It's a pretty light package.  Other manufacturers will throw in a ¼" headphone adapter, or some AA batteries for a remote.  Not with the Prodigy. 


Silica Gel: not edible

Honestly, it's the biggest packet of silica gel I've ever seen.


I can't even eat the pack of silica gel.


The driver CD does come with a little bit of software.


  • Intervideo's WinDVD 4.0
  • Emersys Corp. Maven 3D Professional
  • FASoft n-Track Studio SE
  • SpinAudio NSP

Most of the software is apparently a trial version.  The only software, besides the WinDVD, that allowed saving anything was the n-Track Studio SE.  In the real 'trial' versions section of the CD you'll find Steinberg's Cubase SX, WaveLab, as well as some Native Instruments demos.


In essence, not a whole lot.  On a counterpoint, the Absynth, a synthesizer from Native Instruments, is rather impressive in its ability to suck away hours of ones time.  The bundle you get is some powerful professional-strength stuff.

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