ASUS to make audio cards with ADI chips

Posted on Saturday, March 17 2007 @ 18:15:57 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
VR Zone learned at CeBIT that ASUS is going to branch into the sound card market with a new lineup of cards based on 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.