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XONAR DG ASIO DRIVER
It can depend on many factors. Appears to be from PCI bus noise?
Asus Xonar DG Review
Tried moving it to bottom end PCI slot away from vid card. May have helped a little but still there. My ADB onboard did not have this problem. At least it was dirt cheap at 30 bucks. Are you sure its not the power line causing the interference? Do you have the speakers plugged xonar dg asio the same outlet as the computer?
Try different power outlets or separate quality power strips. I think the problem is that some cards put out a lot of electrical noise.
ASUS Xonar DX Sound Card Review
It could also be affected by motherboard quality perhaps. How one would ever quantify this is beyond me however.
Geoff and Cryil, have you considered reviewing more surround speakers? I did a Google search for your Abit speakers but only found reviews, not sellers. And positional audio in games. And all tests in XP vs W7 would be nice to see also, xonar dg asio audio might be superior in XP due to hardware acceleration or mature driver support? I still dual boot, I find most of the old games I have run better on XP.
Asio 2 Driver; Using Ableton Live - Asus Xonar DX User Manual [Page 52]
I would go for realtek spdif output to an external DAC with headphones. Great audio review again Geoff.
It would be nice to see how these cards fare against a Creative X-Fi card. A real one mind you, not the software based solutions. I have always used Creative cards because i game on my PC but have been looking into Auzentech for the dd-live stuff as well as the Asus stuff as a future replacement. In fact the spike at 50kHz in many of these tests is very worrisome. Here is why:. Many pieces of audiophile equipment amplifiers will try and amplify this for no purpose other than making your tweeters overheat and driving the cats and dogs nuts. May not be xonar dg asio best solution for a powerful surround-sound system without filtering this yourself.
It can alias mix with other noise signals near 50kHz causing undesirable artifacts. Some filtering is prudent above 20kHz, but it seems like this is lacking. Noise sources near you system may be enough to cause some real headaches trying to track down the interference scan signals in the TV, back-lighting, etc. I would love to see some charts extending to around the sampling frequency of these cards. Yeah at first I thought Geoff had just thrown in some random soundcard for the photo-op. On page 7, either the title or the table heading is wrong.
Thanks for the review! But I can see its value.ASIO Driver Support: K/48K/96KHz @ 16/24bit.
I/O Ports. Analog Output Jack: mm mini jack *3 (Front/Side/Center-Subwoofer) Analog Input Jack.
Guide to achieve best audio quality, performance xonar dg asio functionality for Xonar cards and other CMI audio chipset cards. If you use ASIO as playback output: ASUS Xonar DG, Xonar DGX, Xonar DG SI, Xonar DS, Xonar DSX, Xonar D1.