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Thread: sound for asus a7v333




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    I am purchasing a new system and have decided on an asus a7v333 as the motherboard.Currently I have a soundblaster 512 soundcard and altec lansing acs54w speakers( 4 speakers and a sub woofer).For gaming and mp3's, will I lose quality by staying with the on board sound on the a7v333. I am happy with the sound i get now but dont want to down grade, should i keep my 512SB or let it go with the old system.

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    i used to use a SB live, then when i upgraded, i decided to leave out the live and use the onboard sound of my A7V333 and i can't hear any difference between the two :)

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    as if you cannot tell the difference b/n the two, wot it really depends on is the speaker solution that you use, and how much processor time the sound device will require.

    if u have crappy speakers, theres no point gettin a good soundcard, if u have good ones, and reasonable hearing, u will appreciate the difference a new s/c makes. the other point to note is that onboard sound introduces more loads on the cpu (thats where sounds done), much the same reason as we dont like on-board video, coz of the load they introduce on the system, if they dont cater for that them selves...
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    As the rule of thumb goes with any "noise generator" and speakers - if you have the world's best noise generator (radio, sound card etc) and the world's worst speakers - it will sound ****ty. But if you have the world's best speakers and the world's worst noise generator, the sound quality is usually O.K. :)

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