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- Audio quality - The overall audio quality of a sound card is an extremely complicated equation that takes into account things like signal-to-noise ratio, frequency response, and total harmonic distortion. You generally want a sound card with signal-to-noise ratio over 100dB, but the best sound cards are in the 124dB range, which is a.
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These cards will use the blue jack for both line in and rear surround speakers out, and the pink jack for both mic input and subwoofer/center out. Therefore, whenever you want to use any of these jacks for a different function, you will have to manually remove one jack connector and plug in another.
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There are many ways to determine which type of sound card is utilized by your computer. The following sections show several methods that should yield similar results with varying levels of information and detail.
For those of you who have an OEM machine, (e.g., Dell, HP, Sony, Apple, etc.) visit the manufacturer's site and search for your computer's model number. Specifications for your computer model are usually available and you can review them to determine which sound card is installed in your computer.
Using the Windows Key shortcut
- Press the Windows key+Pause key.
- In the window that appears, select Device Manager.
- Click the Arrow next to Sound, video and game controllers.
- Your sound card is in the list that appears.
Through the search box
Microsoft Windows users can determine their sound card by following the steps below.
- Click Start in the lower-left corner of your screen, or navigate to the Start Screen in Windows 8. Windows 10 users can skip to step 2.
- Locate the Search box in the lower-left corner of the window that appears. Windows 8 users can type on the Start Screen. Windows 10 users can use the Search box on the taskbar, next to Start.
- Type dxdiag and press Enter.
- Your sound card is listed under one (usually the last) of the sound tabs at the top of the window.
Other methods for determining the sound card type
Looking at the sound card
Another method of determining the sound card manufacturer or model is by opening your computer case and physically examining the sound card. Commonly, the sound card manufacturer's name and model number is printed on the card itself. If the information you need is not printed on the card, you may use an FCC identification number to search its specifications.
Alternative search method
In the Windows Search Box, type System Information and press Enter. Click the + next to Components, then Sound Device.
- Computer sound drivers.
- See our sound card definition for further information and related links.
- Computer sound card buying tips.