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RME card for NON pro audio

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by teddancin, Mar 26, 2002.

  1. teddancin

    teddancin Member

    I have a Sound Blaster live digital right now, and I'm about to get an RME 9636 hammerfall card LINK , and I was wondering if I could (hopefully) just replace my Sound Blaster. Just to free up another PCI port and all. Will it play sound from games and DVD's and CD's just as well and everything? Or is it JUST geared towards pro audio stuff? Thanks for helping me out.
     
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Well...if you plan on using Win98...No
    Win2k or XP...Yes!
    You can map the sounds to the audio cards outs in the multimedia settings in windows..
    Have I said this one before? before? before?
    Is there an echo in here...here.....here
    Nah, imagination I guess :D
     
  3. teddancin

    teddancin Member

    haha, wow, thanks opus. I WAS just using 98se for my second OS in my dual boot config. I just got XP corp, so I'm totally switching to that for my gaming OS. I hate the hell out of me 98 or anything before that.... except that DOS ROX! haha. As for that other problem you're having... yes, you're in the grand canyon. So, XP with games and an RME card works great, right? I can pooh on my sound blaster? thanks for the help.
     
  4. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    just go thru my XP guide and your system will be loving life! I cant believe the response XP has once it's tweaked just right..instantaneous almost!!
    Opus
     

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