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Old 12-14-2016, 07:57 PM   #4
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Re: ASUS Xonar U7 MkII External Sound Card

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Originally Posted by fvbounty View Post
Just seen this and I might get one, the main reason is I could leave my headphones plug in and switch between them and my speakers, getting tired of switching between the two twice a day....

ASUS Xonar U7 MkII External Sound Card
Hey FVB, my dilemma is I have this wonderful drive bay audio device (SurpremeFX) which is basically a STRIX RAID Deluxe and I don't use it. Such a shame. I have a nice short cable to plug into it with my HP's to. The reason is, I have a beautiful switching setup going. I leave my HP's plugged into the rear of my Essence audio card and I swith between my speakers and headphones with the keyboard.

I can setup several profiles with all the options available that are available in the audio control panel. I can set initial volume levels, sound effects, Dolby, etc. I have one for speakers that is default everytime I boot into Windows with 50% audio volume. I have two profiles for my headphones both open with 25% audio volume. One HP is for music, the other HP profile is for gaming and has Dolby Headphones enabled.

BTW, if anyone is listening we cannot upload pictures still.
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