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I am currently using a standard soundblaster pci card suplied with my dell 4100 system. I use some creative surround sound speakers and the standard pc speakers suplied with the system. In order for me to plug these to sets of speakers into my computer i need to use a spliter which reduces the sound quality a bit. Do you think its worth me purchasing a new sound card to make use of the surround sound capabilities of my cambridge speakers along the standard ones without the need for splitter?
 
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If you want true surround sound get a sound card that has two outlets for right and left channels.
I am using a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz and it's really a lot better than plain stereo.
 

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Speedo is right. From what I've read the Tutrle Beach Santa Cruz cards are pretty good. I have a Creative SB Audigy and love it. I also had the SB Live when it first came out and that was also a great card.
 
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