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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Azuen X-Fi Prelude 7.1 Almost Here

The first third-party soundcard powered by the X-Fi chipset will be hitting the stores later this month. Auzuentech's Auzen X-Fi Prelude 7.1 will feature all solutions which come with Creative's soundcards including the X-Fi Crystalizer, X-RAM, EAX ADVANCED HD support and more. The card will also come with Dolby® Digital Live, DTS® Interactive and DTS NEO:PC™.

Scheduled for release near the end of June 2007, the Auzen X-FI™ Prelude 7.1 soundcard marks the first time Creative has permitted a third-party soundcard vendor to use the Creative X-FI™ chipset in its own soundcard design. It will fully support EAX 5.0 and have the same expandability as the Auzen X-Meridian™ 7.1.

You can read the whole press release here.


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Blogger RosOne said...

Thank you

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Blogger WhoAmI said...

I too appreciate your blog. I currently use the SoundBlaster Extigy but I wanted to look into possibly getting the X-Fi Elite Pro. Sadly, with all the problems though I think I'll stick to my perfectly functioning Extigy for the time being! (got it for $70 in 2004 just before they stopped being made. Best $70 ever spent!)

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