CeBIT : ASUS Makes Sound Cards Now Using ADI Chips

Xonar s CeBIT : ASUS Makes Sound Cards Now Using ADI Chips

It seems that ASUS has decided to enter into the audio segment with their
latest Xonar D2 and D2K sound cards. The difference between Xonar D2 and D2K is
the interface where D2 is on PCI and D2K is on PCI Express x1. We aren’t sure
what sound chips are on those cards at this point of time but it has the
capability to playback and record at 116dB SNR. It supports Dolby Digital Live,
DTS Connect and Dolby Headphone standards. Check out our
Pre-CeBIT coverage for more
photos and details.

Updates : We got the know that Xonar D2 series is using ADI (Analog
Devices Inc.) sound chip and ASUS is the exclusive vendor currently. More
details later.

Xonar CeBIT : ASUS Makes Sound Cards Now Using ADI Chips

It seems that ASUS has decided to enter into the audio segment with their
latest Xonar D2 and D2K sound cards. The difference between Xonar D2 and D2K is
the interface where D2 is on PCI and D2K is on PCI Express x1. We aren’t sure
what sound chips are on those cards at this point of time but it has the
capability to playback and record at 116dB SNR. It supports Dolby Digital Live,
DTS Connect and Dolby Headphone standards. Check out our
Pre-CeBIT coverage for more
photos and details.

Updates : We got the know that Xonar D2 series is using ADI (Analog
Devices Inc.) sound chip and ASUS is the exclusive vendor currently. More
details later.

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