M-Audio Revolution 7.1 review @ TechSpot

By Julio Franco
May 20, 2003
  1. Thanks to Creative Labs, high-resolution PC audio support is something of an ambiguous area and as was found with the original Audigy, using 24-Bit/96kHz DACs doesn't necessarily mean it the card does play audio at that rate.

    So is the Revolution a similarly quasi-24-Bit/192kHz soundcard?

    Let me introduce to you M-Audio’s Revolution 7.1, powered by VIA’s Envy24HT chipset, the Revolution 7.1 is a true 24-Bit/192 kHz soundcard that doesn’t take constraints from AC97 limitations unlike many other soundcards even Creative’s flagship, the Audigy 2.

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