Asus Xonar DGX Driver Download. I got this Asus Xonar DGX sound card for my SteelSeries Siberia 800 Gaming Headset as via USB connection only stereo sound could be transferred or for my 5.1 sound system which over a Spdif input has bought. After my PC on board did not have an Eastern sound output (SPDIF) and also no PCIe Express slot came this card in question since this over PCI port for the fitting fit on a board without PCIe Express slot. The Asus Xonar DGX installation went just as well the software installation.
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The Asus Xonar DGX 5.1 card still has connections for jack connectors for the front module and AUX on and Spdif output jack directly at the card furthermore several connections on the back of the card jack for the respective boxes over an attachment and a Spdif exit. At what I had to fight was the original Dolby Digital signal over Spdif get out. The Asus Support with which I have contacted said that this would be possible but I got it unfortunately not a Dolby signal on a 5.1 system to pass on. The card has a lot of effect possibilities to simulate a room sound over a 2 channel sound with it headphones or stereo boxes. But that did not question for me I wanted a clean 5.1 Dolby signal as far as the Spdif could support.
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This sound card gave me only the possibility over a PCM decoding a 2 channel sound over Spdif to pass on what I was not right because these gadgets could also bend with my previous sound solution. The distance between the sockets is only 10 mm. This does not fit all connectors to this soundcard. For comparison, for other sound cards the distance is 13 mm. There are 5.1 speakers from Logitech, so nothing extraordinary. For testing I took a Belkin Rockstar for the middle plug. Another drawback is the poor quality when stereo content is reproduced on 5.1 speakers.
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There is always a subtle reverb added. As soon as you switch to stereo speakers, the Hall is gone and the sound is generally better. Of course I deactivated all possible effects! The price is, of course, clear that you do not buy studio quality here. And so I do not hear too much of a difference to my onboard sound. However, if you have a very obsolete mainboard, do not do much wrong here. I exclusively used by me as a headphone amplifier and does its work without problems. The shielding is actually great, but one should not attach the sound card directly next to the graphics card or power supply.