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Santa Cruz vs Game Theater xp

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September 5, 2001 1:08:44 PM

I'd like to comparisons from people that have experienced <b>both</b> cards. Don't just post stating that it's better than SBLive.

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September 5, 2001 6:03:02 PM

it's better than SBLive.



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September 5, 2001 8:12:33 PM

Both are based on similar chips, I think. I haven't tried the Game Theater XP but I have tried the Santa Cruz. I believe both should be equal in sound quality but the Game Theater XP has a lot more features.

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September 5, 2001 8:46:14 PM

LOL!!! ...bitch

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September 5, 2001 8:49:27 PM

now how would the XP compare against the acoustic edge?? I'm getting the Klipsch 5.1 which is 5 spkrs plus sub. There were references saying that the Acoustic edge supported 6 spkrs. I'm not to sure if I'll be needing it and wouldn't want to sacrifice the features of the XP for a feature on the AE that I wouldn't be using.

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September 5, 2001 11:05:37 PM

The Santa Cruz and the XP also support 5.1 surround sound (which is 6 speakers).

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