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Thread: SB Live and MCP




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    I have a SoundBlaster live digital 5.1, which i got for my Altec Lansing 4100 speakers. I may upgrade my comp now, and if i do it will be to an nForce 2 platform. (im prob. just gonna wait for clawhammer). But i was wondering if the nforce 2's built in soundstorm audio is better then the SB live 5.1 digital.

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    At least as good if not better.

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    i went to the website and it (MCP) could process only like 256 sounds/voices, but i know that the EMU10K1 on the SB live can do 1024 voices. is that not rellavent?

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    Well I have the 5.1DE in that PC and I have the MCP in this one and I know which I'd rather. :p

    It's up to you but if ya want to waste $'s.

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    No complains for the SoundStorm with Asus A7N8X! :thumb:

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    Yep the same sound setup as the 8RDA+. :thumb:

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    I chose not to reinstall my Live! 5.1 when I upgraded to an 8RDA+ & I don't miss it

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    well i already have it wiggo so it wont be a waste. but i was just wondering because i doubt im gonna upgrade no. saving up to go for clawhammer:p

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