Sound card Creative Sound BlasterX AE-5 is equipped with the lighting controller
Company Creative Technology announced the release of sound cards, Sound BlasterX AE-5. According to the manufacturer, this is the first sound card with built-in controller backlight and digital-to-analog Converter the ESS Sabre.
Converter the ESS Sabre ES9016K2M supports 32-bit representation of data and sampling frequencies up to 384 kHz. He works in tandem with a digital signal processor Sound Core3D. Built-in ADC allows you to digitize audio with 24-bit performance and sampling rates up to 96 kHz.
The advantages of Creative Sound BlasterX AE-5 include the presence of a headphone amplifier. It is designed for load impedance 16-600 Ohm. The card supports virtual 7.1 surround sound in headphones. Outputs allow you to connect six-channel (5.1) AC. There are three output 3.5 mm TRS jacks (front pair, rear pair, center/subwoofer). In addition, the equipment Creative Sound BlasterX AE-5 includes a digital optical output TOSLINK and Jack MIC/line input and pin connector sockets Intel HD panel I / o the computer case.
Mentioned in early news, the illumination controller allows you to control not only lighting the card (Aurora Reactive Lighting System), and four led strips. Staffing there is one tape with a length of 30 cm with 10 led lights, card Pure Edition purchased on the website of the manufacturer, will be equipped with four tapes.
Sale Sound BlasterX AE-5 will begin in July at a price of $150. A variant of the Pure Edition will be available in August at a price of $180.
Source: CDR info