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Asus PCI 5.1 Channel Headphone Amp and Audio Card XONAR_DG

by Asus

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  • Audio Performance: Output Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A-Weighted): 105 dB; Input Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A-Weighted)
  • Frequency Response (-3dB, 24-bit/96kHz input): andlt;10Hz to 48KHz; Output/Input Full-Scale Voltage: 1 Vrms (3 Vp-p);
  • Audio Processor: C-Media CMI8786 High-Definition Sound Processor (Max. 96KHz/24bit); 24-bit D-A Converter of Digital Sources: 1x Cirrus-Logic
  • 24-bit A-D Converter for Analog Inputs: 1x Cirrus Logic CS4245 (104dB DNR, Max. 192KHz/24bit);
  • Analog Recording Sample Rate and Resolution: 44.1K/48K/96KHz at 16/24bit; S/PDIF
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Asus PCI 5.1 Channel Headphone Amp and  Audio Card XONAR_DG + BlueRigger Digital Optical Audio Toslink Cable (6 feet)
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  • Item Weight: 340 g
  • Shipping Weight: 454 g
  • Item model number: XONAR_DG
  • ASIN: B0045JHJSS
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 13 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,134 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Asus Xonar DG PCI 5.1 Channel Sound Card.

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Audio Performance: Output Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A-Weighted): 105 dB; Input Signal-to-Noise Ratio (A-Weighted): Frequency Response (-3dB, 24-bit/96kHz input): Audio Processor: C-Media CMI8786 High-Definition Sound Processor (Max. 96KHz/24bit); 24-bit D-A Converter of Digital Sources: 1x Cirrus-Logic 24-bit A-D Converter for Analog Inputs: 1x Cirrus Logic CS4245 (104dB DNR, Max. 192KHz/24bit); Analog Recording Sample Rate and Resolution: 44.1K/48K/96KHz @ 16/24bit; S/PDIF 103 dB; Output THD+N at 1kHz: 0.0025% (-92dB); Input THD+N at 1kHz: 0.0022% (-93dB) Analog Input Jack: 1x 3.50mm mini jack(Line-In/Mic-In); Other line-level analog input (for CD-IN/TV Tuner): Aux-In (4-pin header on the card) Bus Compatibility: PCI v2.2 or above bus compatible CS4245 (104dB DNR, Max. 192KHz/24bit), 1x Cirrus-Logic CS4361(103dB DNR, Max. 192KHz/24bit) Digital Output: 44.1K/48K/96KHz @ 16/24bit, Dolby Digital, DTS, WMA-Pro; ASIO 2.0 Driver Support: 44.1K/48K/96KHz @ 16/24bit Digital S/PDIF Output: High-bandwidth Optical Connector supports 96KHz/24bit, additional SPDIF-out header for HDMI audio output; Front-Panel Header: Supports headphone jack-detection, automatically switch audio output from back-panel to front High Fidelity Headphone Amplifier: Optimized for 32~150; Analog Playback Sample Rate I/O Ports: Analog Output Jack: 3x 3.50mm mini jack(Front/Side/Center-Subwoofer); Operation System: Windows 7/Vista/XP/MCE2005; Accessories: 1x Low-profile Bracket; 1x Driver CD; 1x Quick Start Guide Resolution: 44.1K/48K/96KHz @ 16/24bit for all channels

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ErikG TOP 1000 REVIEWER on March 19 2013
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My on-bound sound had been generating a bit of static at moderate volumes and this Xonar DG had received good reviews and was reasonably priced.

Installation is about as simple as you'd expect - disable on-board audio in the BIOS, pop out the corresponding backplate on your case and insert the DG. You do have to swap the front audio port headers from your motherboard to the DG too but that's a relatively simple process.

Drivers are quick to install too and the card sounds much better than my on-board, which had been acceptable to my ears other than the crackling. The DG has no such crackling, and headphones in particular (Monoprice's DJ cans are my only trial so far) sound absolutely fantastic. I suppose that is to be expected given that the DG is marketed primarily as a headphone amp.

Only issue that has popped up are a handful of crashes to the desktop from within older games where the audio is stuck in a loop, with restarting being the only option to fix it. They are rare enough to not be much of a concern but a quick peek online suggests that others have this issue too and it's not yet fixed with the newest DG drivers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DamnStraight on Jan. 23 2013
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This is far from the best sound card on the market, but if you're still using onboard audio then this will be a huge quality improvement and for the low price of 30$ there's no reason not to. Installation was easy, drivers work perfectly fine on Windows 7 after a bit of fiddling and a few restarts. Has pins for front panel HD audio so I can have my speakers in back and headphones plugged in front and you can switch between both on the fly using the ASUS drivers.

Make sure you have audio equipment that is capable of hearing the improved quality, if you're using really low quality speakers/headphones chances are it won't make a difference.

Basically my verdict is, if you aren't an audiophile (if you are get an 80$+ sound card) and you are still using onboard, this is cheap and the sound quality boost is worth every penny.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By LLOYD DELANO J RYAN on Dec 21 2012
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Have major with getting Expensive sounblaster cards to work with Windows 7.The Asus was by far much cheaper, and functionrd perfectly. Was always a loyal Creative customer, but their sound cards are crap when it comes to Windows 7,
where as Asus never lets me down.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By shafiq92 on June 18 2012
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Installation was a breeze. The sound is perfect on my Logitech 5.1 speakers. However, I can't get the onboard AC'97 or HD audio outputs to work. Fortunately, my speakers have a volume control box where I can plug in my headphones when I need to.
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This is my second for my other pc ... an excellent value with the addition of a S/PDIF for a fiber optic connection.
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I'd been using onboard HD Audio ever since my old Audigy 2 started acting wonky. Is there a HUGE improvement over onboard? No there isn't, but the bass is more pronounced and the sound is a bit crisper. The one definite improvement though is that there is far less audio interference, most times none at all. That's worth the 30$ in itself. Recommended.
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By Dave in Kanata on May 27 2014
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Took a little time to get working right (driver installation issues) but once it was set up, works fine. Very nice to be able to plug in the front PC audio jacks to the card as well.
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Needed to replace a broken integrated sound card.

Don't forget the rebate (myrebate.com). Final cost for me was ~14$ before tax
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