Category: Sound and multimedia
Caution Level: Safe
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Operating System: Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 126.96.36.1997 / N.A.
ASUS has ventured in making sound cards or audio devices. With the new ASUS Xonar D1. Users can enjoy the same affluent gaming audio effects in an all-embracing Dolby Home Theater. This is possible through the PCI express Xonar DX soundcard which also gives PCI express slots for other uses. Being a sound card, this further synthesizes and fine tunes audio components which can reach a clear 116dB SNR or commonly known as Signal-to-Noise Ratio. Xonar D1 also supports a built-in DS3D GX which revitalizes DirectSound HW multi-channel gaming audio as well as the newest EAX or Environment Audio Extension in most PC games. Most of these ASUS Xonar has a built-in DS3D GX 2.0 which can revive EAX HD 5.0 DirectSound HW effects for both Windows XP and Vista operating systems. These technologies, specifically the DS3D GX 2.0, can robotically permit EAX and DirectSound HW once installed. It doesn’t needing additional driver patches or game modifications and OpenAL requirements from applications. This device was awarded in Taiwan as one of the most sought after and effective products in the market. ASUS was then suggested to create the same device as it has features in PCI version.
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Sound cards such as ASUS Xonar D1 assists in the input or output of audio signals to and from the computer. It is also known as a computer expansion card which is still under the control of computer programs. Most users take advantage of sound cards for them to be able to have audio for various multimedia applications (whether in music composition, editing video or audio, presentation, education and in games). This can either be installed externally or built-in internally. This card also has the ability to convert analog audio data to digital data and it can be generated or recorded in digital format. Lines in connectors are also installed in most sound cards in order to expand its signal from a cassette tape recorder or from a similar sound source. It then converts the signals to digital format and consequently stores it on the computer's hard disc for storage, editing or for further processing. These connectors are also known as microphones or mics that are attached through a microphone jack. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and ASUS Xonar D1 Audio Device errors before installing any driver updates.