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Best Soundcard for Sennheiser Game Zero?

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Hello, i know pretty much about computers overall but I have never gotten into sound and never learned about them either. Im thinking of buying the Sennheiser Game Zero and im wondering, what soundcard should i buy for it? My computer only has some "realtek" onboard soundcard, but it's honestly trash. I tried with an expensive headphones before and it soundead like my iphone ear buds

I was thinking of buying the "ASUS Xonar DX" because it seems like it's a favourite, lots of good reviews etc. But what i then want to know is, will ASUS Xonar DX be able to give ALL the power that Sennheiser game zero needs? I saw some guy complaining about bass being low and someone else commented ''its because his soundcard can't give the full power the headset needs''

Please help me, i would appreciate it SO MUCH... been stuck with my damn razer headset(broken) for months now because i can't decide what to get, but finally settled for the Game Zero since it seems to be overall a good headset.

My budget for the soundcard would max be 80-90 euro, incase you have anything else to recommend!

just for the record, i know it's better to buy headphones and external mic, but it seems to much of an hassle and i dont think i could really set that up

EDIT: I also wanted to ask, this ''Asus Xonar DX'' came out in 2009... isn't that a bit old? Like shouldn't i be looking for a more modern soundcard? Or does this not matter? '); }
Date: Aug 2, 2017   


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