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Average rating: 4.1 out of 5
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ShadowsonicX a hobbyist user from United Shithole writes:
This card is terrible. I have both a Live! and an Audigy. I've finally learned, no more Creative Labs cards for me.

The output on these cards is reasonable, but the line in quality is awful. There is a very noticeable hiss and DC offset problems.

Now onto the Soundfont engine. This engine is ok, but it is so outdated. I've never been able to find a good bank for these cards and I cannot seem to create a good bank. If you want good audio, get a M-Audio Revolution, A terratec, or even a CS42xx based card.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jan-17-2004 at 22:11
Haitho trantri a hobbyist user from Vietnam writes:
I am sorry to worry you.. I 've wondered my creative sound card-live drive 2, I looking for user guide for showing me near the jack digital out there are 2 jumper for what !? my sound card is a platinum live drive 2

hearing from you soon Thank

Haitho

posted Sunday-Nov-02-2003 at 13:20
I love Synths! a hobbyist user from synths, synths all the time! writes:
You want to hear how bad this sound card is? Here , take a listen ...<bgsound src="http://www.freemidi.net/songs/nasif.mid" loop="9">

posted Sunday-May-04-2003 at 21:50
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crapcrapcrap,even can't fit the bill for simple game music,ok,its a card for playing game to death,play the crap i mean.i waih i could give it 0 if there's a choice.

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Sunday-May-04-2003 at 04:14
SiCoTiC a hobbyist user from UK writes:
I bought the SB live! Platinum card and Live Drive II when it it was first released a few years ago, i have had no problems at all, the 3D sound is seccond to none for gaming, and the midi synth works great with CuBase VST for very creative backing tracks, i bought it basicaly just for the Live! Drive II which fits into a 5 1/4 inch bay and boasts an impressive array of functions (A midi in and a midi out port, line/mic in, phones, optical in/out ports, SPDIF in and out and Auxillary in/out ports, with seccondary input fader controls for mic/phones)

This card has proven to be everything i need, jus short of a personnal recording studio.

Fantastic

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-May-03-2003 at 19:26
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