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Plenty Of Accessories.
Front Panel Input.
Virtual Room Size and Environment Effects.
Low Profile Adapter.
Gold Plated Connectors.
I Would Personally Wish it had a Front Panel Drive Bay Panel Like Higher End Xfi Products.
A bit of a learning curve with the software.
Software controls a bit small for HTPC use.
By Bjorn3D on February 19, 2010
The Asus Xonar D1 is good with a mixed bag of errors. While the sound in both games and movies was as good, and in some cases better than onboard, the music showed the weakness of the card. Overall in gaming, the D1 was not a whole lot better than...
By OverclockersQH on April 13, 2009
Anyone that tells you one sound card is as good as another doesn’t know what they are talking about. A sound card how ever is the ideal gimmick item if you were going to make a shoddy product and try to get big bucks for it because a large...
By Bigbruin on December 30, 2008
If you are serious enough about sound to realize that the onboard solution you already have just isn't cutting it, the ASUS Xonar D1 PCI audio card is worth considering. It offers great sound, features that make it appealing for an HTPC or gaming...
By Overclockers Club on November 09, 2008
To be quite honest, when I received this low-profile soundcard, I wasnt expecting much from it, but the claims of being so much better than onboard audio made me curious. The first surprise was just how damn good it sounds compared to what Realtek...
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