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    Cool Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    Hey gys, long time no see am back in action

    From your suggestion i bought my 1st gaming pc and its fully and jossly working till now .

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    Next kinlam monitor, tao tomago suggsen a :

    ASUS MS228h = 15100tk

    Next My dream music system , ekhaneo tomra ! :

    F & D F6000 (nuclear bomb) 5:1 sorround sytem = 7800tk


    Now amr sokh hoice sound system re update korar . jei uddesse 5:1 speaker ta kinsilam sei uddesso sofol hoy nai still ,coz built in sound card dia baje output paici, temn kono moja ase nai. sorround setup dia stereo er moto output paici,huh
    aro agei sound card ta kena uchit silo, jai hok ekhon sujog asce kenar .

    Now tomra amare 1ta valo sound card er suggesion dao. nicher bishoy gula bibechona korba :
    1.Music and Game amr priority.
    2.Ami gan recording and editing o kori.so card must do well recording.
    3.budget 6/7K
    4.amr mb eita,



    so amar mb te card ra suit korte hobe


    Now 2nd kothay asi. ami gan tan kori shokhe. majhe majhe nijer 1ta valo recording studio paite mon chay but tato amr pokkhe smvb na,onk tkr bepar. kintu ami motamuti 1ta recording studio korte chai. ami just jante chai motamuti shudhu voice ta recording korar jonn amr ki ki equipment lagbe? for example: a good microphone ,recording panel etc. amr ei bishoye dharona kom. ultimately ami jante chai voice ta sundor vabe recording korar jonno amr ki ki equipment lagbe and ki rokom khoroch porbe? jara ei bishoye janen tader motamot pele dhonno hobo




    tc all

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    Creative X-Fi Titanium, price 6.9~7k.

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    If you want a sound card for decent output:
    • Creative X-Fi Titanium
    • Asus Xonar D1/DX (if it's available)

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    Go for Creative X-Fi Titanium...

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    hmm... Creative X-Fi Titanium er kintu onek versn ache, like hd,fatality,pro gamer etc. bd te konta sell hoy?

    personaly kew Creative X-Fi Titanium use koren? er sathe kon speaker use koren?

    Creative X-Fi Titanium er quality kemn, any cons ? any one describe pls.. i also like to get the spec of this, and a good reveiw on this

    cnet a 1ta review pailam jeta ritimoto horrible :o
    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium sound card
    http://reviews.cnet.com/sound-cards/...=mncolBtm;rnav

    @dipanzan @error @Dee @EyE SpeeD | DeViL @

    And what is the answer of my 2nd ques (recording) ????
    Last edited by saif; June 14th, 2011 at 10:34.

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    For recording, it totally depends on what type of recording you do. If its going to be some sort of occasional recording and stuff, the X-Fi Titanium and a good microphone is enough. But i totally didn't get what you meant by "Recording Panel". Anyway, if you want to do some real recording, you'll need to go for a much better sound card, and within your budget, that's not possible. If you want to learn and go pro, the least you can get is an M-Audio card, a beginner's card that is, should cost around ~20k, but i don't think you'll need it, depends on you though

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    hmm... Creative X-Fi Titanium er kintu onek versn ache, like hd,fatality,pro gamer etc. bd te konta sell hoy?

    personaly kew Creative X-Fi Titanium use koren? er sathe kon speaker use koren?

    Creative X-Fi Titanium er quality kemn, any cons ? any one describe pls.. i also like to get the spec of this, and a good reveiw on this

    cnet a 1ta review pailam jeta ritimoto horrible :o
    Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium sound card
    http://reviews.cnet.com/sound-cards/...=mncolBtm;rnav

    And what is the answer of my 2nd ques (recording) ????
    ami use kori n bd tey X-Fi Titanium eita ase : http://us.store.creative.com/Creativ...B001E25KDK.htm
    Last edited by Rakin7; June 14th, 2011 at 15:35.

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    Please remove the mentions in a post when you're quoting it.

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    Any good software like "FL studio"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Please remove the mentions in a post when you're quoting it.
    Done..

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    @EyE SpeeD | DeViL

    sound quality kemon pan?
    and ki speaker use koren?
    card nia kono problem ache ki?
    win7 a chole?
    reveiw dekhlam je barbar mode change kora lage..game/song mode... eita te ki kno prob hoy?

    kindly reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    @EyE SpeeD | DeViL

    sound quality kemon pan?
    and ki speaker use koren?
    card nia kono problem ache ki?
    win7 a chole?
    reveiw dekhlam je barbar mode change kora lage..game/song mode... eita te ki kno prob hoy?

    kindly reply
    Sound Quality is chorom 10 times better than Reaktek AL892...
    I use Creative M4500 4:1
    Card e kono prob nai
    Mode auto switch kore & ami shob shomoy Entertainment Mode e rakhi.
    Win7 e chole....

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    ++++ EyE SpeeD | DeViL bro. apnar pc config kintu jotilllll.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by saif View Post
    ++++ EyE SpeeD | DeViL bro. apnar pc config kintu jotilllll.....
    thanks...

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    @saif , what speakers do you have?

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    7k and 'studio quality' don't really go together. Getting a separate amp alone would cost more than that if you wanted to do it the Audiophile way <_<;

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    7k and 'studio quality' don't really go together. Getting a separate amp alone would cost more than that if you wanted to do it the Audiophile way <_<;
    Imo, those X-Fi Titaniums suck real bad An M-Audio card is the least you can get if you want a decent enough 'studio quality' feel :/

    But whatever happens, Digidesign Unit's still rule \m/ xD

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    Default Re: Recording Studio building and Sound Card

    X-Fi Titaniums dont really suck, it really depends on the actual usage. Gaming, movies and casual music listening etc are perfectly fine on the X-Fi Titanium.

    As for recording, compared to the X-Fi Titanium which uses a Wolfson WM8775SEDS Analog to Digital converter (ADC) at 102db SNR, the Xonar DX is better, the D2X better still. The ADC used in the Xonar DX is Cirrus Logic CS5361, and the D2X uses Cirrus Logic CS5381 at 114db/120db SNR respectively. Both are of good quality and more than enough for casual recording. If you want a step up, the Titanium HD currently has the best ADC for any sound card there is (much better than many professional recording studios in fact) which is the Burr Brown PCM4220 at 132db.

    To be honest though, while ADC is important for recording, you should focus more on the microphone used and only when the microphone is good does the ADC start to matter. If youre planning to bring them from abroad, i can suggest some very good microphones for the price.

    About music quality, with the speakers you have it wont matter much if you get a Titanium or Xonar DX, they will sound about the same. Since you dont have headphones that require amplification, you wont need a Titanium HD / Xonar Essence / Auzentech X-Fi Forte etc. So to sum it up, I think a X-Fi Titanium will be more than adequate for music and recording for you, unless you are planning to get a very good microphone in which case you should consider at least the Xonar DX

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    thanks @Mazhar . Very good suggesion. Yes,am a audiophile and also like to record my own song.Now am recording my songs with built in realtek card and my tiny mic @ 200tk ( lomba mic gula,jegula bakano jay,sosta) . So now if i wana go with x-fi then can you suggest me a good mic which i can use with that card?


    There is some confusion. I read a review at amazan.one said that its not the bang for the buck. A audigy 2 can provide same quality sound is it so?
    here the quote
    Not what it should have been, April 7, 2010
    By Robert Simon (Collingswood, NJ) - See all my reviews
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    This review is from: Creative Labs SB0880 PCI Express Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium Sound Card (Electronics)
    Save your money and get the Sound Blaster Audigy series.

    I thought this would be a decent upgrade from the Creative's external card "MP3+", but I actually want to go back to the mp3+. Their mp3+ series was SO impressive that I actually bought 4 of them (I wanted a couple spares just in case). Sadly, they don't make the mp3+ anymore.

    X-Fi vs Audigy: I had to make a switch between 2 computers for space reasons. The other PC had an older Sound Blaster Audigy. There was very little difference in sound quality between the 2 cards, but I actually think the X-Fi doesn't sound as good (which is pretty amazing). The audigy was a cheaper card (about 1/2 the cost) and sounded marginally better.

    As for the software, use the out-of-box installation and DO NOT update. The software runs fine off the disc, but as soon as you update it, then the crashes start. The card will work fine, but the options interface crashes frequently after the updates, and it runs just fine with the default installation from CD.

    Bottom line: does it sound good? Yeah, but for half the cost, you can get the same sound.
    http://www.amazon.com/Creative-SB088...0&pageNumber=2


    @error my speaker is F&D F6000



    @EyE SpeeD | DeViL apni ki sorrund setup disen? do you get the 3d sound? and review te porlam card ta software install dewar somoy naki jhamela kore?

    tc
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