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ASUS Xonar DX/XD PCIe Sound Card - 7.1 Channel

$89 online
PCI Express x1 · Internal · 7.1 channel surround · 3 years warranty
ASUS Xonar DX audio card is designed for fine-tuned audio quality with 116dB SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio). It is equipped with innovative technologies like Dolby Home Theater Technologies and DS3D GX to provide crisp and clear audio quality and rich gaming sound effects. The Xonar ...

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363 reviews
  • Great card!
    By Kain007 - March 29, 2016 - Best Buy
    Has dolbly digital live that I need to run my Astro a50 headsets in surround sound. I recommend this sound card. FYI installing it needs power and the sound header to the card to work. Make sure there a snug fit. You received an error if there a bad connection. Read full review
  • Xonar DX
    By Anonymous - May 31, 2014 -
    *Update* You can actually use Smart Volume for music, games, and videos if volume is tuned correctly. Usually around between 70-90 is fine; however, if you cannot hear everything else except music background is louder, you also have to make speaker volume/headphone volume higher in order to hear everything else. So, tune Smart Volume cautiously. Make sure you set up correctly for Sound Mixer. It should be around between 76-84 volume. Read full review
  • build quality is subpar but when you figure out the problem ahmen
    By anthony p. - January 19, 2016 -
    so overall i actually love this card but the cheapos should have put a different power adapter on it because when it is loosens not enough power is supplied and the sound gets distorted. Funny thing is the only reason i discovered this was when i was getting ready to pack it up haha the power cord tugged slightly and i noticed the white bracket wasn't at all on there right. Read full review


Device TypeSound card - low profile
Form FactorInternal
Interface TypePCI Express x1
Depth6.6 in