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Asus Xonar U7 soundcard

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Asus has introduced an interesting external sound card named Xonar U7, which is connected to the computer via USB interface. The card is not in the Asus ROG product line, so the company has not targeted this product solely at the gamers but also at the fans of music and movies.

Xonar U7 has support for 7.1 channel surround sound and Dolby Home Theater v4 and integrated headphone amp suitable for impedance of 32-150 Ohm. Microphone connector allows connection of gaming headsets while the control of the microphone and headphones (or speakers) users perform through a large potentiometer which is also used to switch the audio output between headphones or speakers.

Asus Xonar in U7 uses Ciruss Logic CS4398 DAC chips with support for audio resolutions up to 192 kHz/24 bit, and the device has a decent signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of 114 dB. Price has not yet been released.

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