Xonar D-KARAX Sound Card Released by ASUS

/ 4 years ago


ASUS has released the Xonar D-KARAX Sound Card. It is based on PCI-Express interface and offers 96KHz/24-bit playback, real-time audio processing, 7.1 audio and a 106dB SNR. You can also apply and hear audio effects in real-time with no playback lag, a sophisticated feature previously used only by professional recording studios.

The ASUS Xonar D-KARAX has a lot of features, such as studio-grade vocal effects that help aspiring singers immerse themselves in a professional performance environment. The clear and simple user interface lets users set up and start singing in just three simple steps, while studio-grade sound effects help singers sound like stars. Vocal effects such as high- and low-pass filters, voice equalization, dynamic boost, reverb and compression can be applied with a single mouse click, along with ready-made master profiles tuned by music engineers to suit different music genres.

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A hardware-based Cirrus Logic CS47028C DSP means Xonar D-KARAX has extremely low microphone latency, so the voice stays in perfect time with the backing track. By comparison, sound cards that lack a hardware DSP can introduce input lag of up to 500ms.

Xonar D-KARAX also benefits from exclusive ASUS Hyper Grounding technology with a multi-layer PCB that eliminates noise by separating the power supply and digital signals from sensitive analog signals.

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2 Responses to “Xonar D-KARAX Sound Card Released by ASUS”
  1. plk4 says:

    this looks damn, if only it had midi and regular jack inputs

  2. Skidmarks says:

    I hope you guys test and review this part real soon so you can post a sample of your singing voices. 🙂

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