A new dimension of sound

Subject: General Tech | December 13, 2006 - 02:25 PM |
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7.1 sounds adds up and down to your surround sound, and Auzentech provides it with the new X-Meridian.  With a 120dBA dynamic range, and many, many other features, this commercial level sound card provides professional level options.  Guru of 3D did find some problems with it though, so read on to find out if this is a must have for you.

"It's HERE! We originally heard about the release date for Auzentech's X-Meridian waaay back in June. A card

based on a new chipset, the Oxygen HD from C-Media, and some very high-end AKM digital parts capable of running in

24 bits and 192 KHz resolution. I was pretty excited, and reading the buzz in the forums, quite a lot of people

were too. After some months, finally, a mysterious box arrived early November. It turned out to be a sassy black

and orange box from Auzentech!

So let me just end all the speculation right here and now: the X-Meridian is the best sound card we've ever

tested. There are some performance issues to be aware of, but in terms of raw sound quality, it is top notch.

While it is lacking in a software bundle, the X-Meridian has some stable, low footprint drivers, EAX 2.0, ASIO,

packs a rich set of encoding options, and offers everything but a kitchen sink for a home theater setup."

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Source: Guru of 3D
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