Revolution 7.1 is the ultimate audio upgrade for your PCI-based computer. Play DVDs and all your music in surround sound, make games more realistic, and record or mix your own music.
Supported Channels: 7.1 - Surround Sound
Slot Type: PCI
S/N Ratio: 100 dB - A/D, 107 dB - D/A
Product Title: M-Audio Revolution 7.1 Surround Sound Card
Power Score: 4.8 | 3 Reviews
Supported Audio Channels: 7.1 - Surround Sound
Type of Sound Card: Internal Sound Board
Slot Type: PCI
Interface Connection: 1 x Audio Line In - Mic In, 1 x Audio Line In - Analog, 1 x 3.5mm Stereo Jack Audio Line Out - Front L/R & Headphones, 1 x 3.5mm Stereo Jack Audio Line Out - Center/Subwoofer, 1 x 3.5mm Stereo Jack Audio Line Out - Surround L/R, 1 x 3.5mm Stereo Jack Audio Line Out - Surround Center L/R, 1 x Audio Line Out - Digital
Audio Technologies: EAX, A3D, DirectSound
Digital Audio Depth: 24 bit
Signal To Noise Ratio: 100 dB - A/D, 107 dB - D/A
System Type: PC, Mac
Dimensions: 5" x 5.50" x 0.88"
Weight: 3.20 oz
Warranty Information: One year limited warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (3)
better than audigy in my opinion,...
Strengths: simply amazing sound, great control panel
better than audigy in my opinion, for music at least. i like the in-game sound too though, even though many would choose audigy. its a professional-grade card, so expect professional-grade sound. i would recommend to anyone. i am using the coaxial out and it sounds great on my theater sound setup.
By kenanr - May 29, 2005
Revolution 7.1 includes a well...
Strengths: Excellent digital quality sound output when combined with good digital speakers.
Weakness: Haven't found any.
Revolution 7.1 includes a well written, easy to understand quick start guide and manual covering installation and features. Easy Mac setup. Works flawlessly with my Boston Accoustic digital output speakers. Impressive surround sound features.
By fithian11 - Nov 24, 2004
M-Audio Revolution 7.1 soundcard review
Let me introduce to you M-Audio’s Revolution 7.1, powered by VIA’s Envy24HT chipset, the card internally supports 24-Bit/192kHz for up to 8 (7.1) channels. Free from AC97 limitations, the Revolution doesn’t resample sources below 48 kHz, something pretty much all consumer soundcards do (Audigy 2, Santa Cruz, etc., most obviously with CD playback, which has a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz). <p>...
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By Techspot - Dec 12, 2004