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Best price for ASUS Xonar DX in Malaysia is RM 339.00

You can buy the ASUS Xonar DX at the lowest price of RM 339.00 from Lazada.
Pricing details were last updated at 15 June 2018, 22:40.

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Specs of ASUS Xonar DX

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelXonar DX
DateJan 2013
Audio output channels7.1 channels
Audio quality24 bit
Line-out Signal-to-Noise Ratio (SNR)116 dB
Line-in Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)0.001%
Line-out Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)0.00056%
Frequency range10 - 48000 Hz
Ports & interfaces
Host interfacePCI-E
Headphone outputs1
S/PDIF out port
CD/AUX audio in
Microphone in

Reviews of ASUS Xonar DX
Reviewed on 2010-06-28
7.1 channel sound, GX 2.5 audio engine, Unobtrusive driver, Small PCB, Excellent value
No Dolby Digital support
For improved sound on a tight budget, the Xonar DS is an excellent choice. With 7.1 channel sound and DTS support, it's a big step up from most onboard audio solutions.
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Reviewed on 2010-06-01
This card has a nice variety of popular I/O ports,
There is no front audio support.
To be honest, there is a good chance that the TopTenREVIEWS Bronze Award winning ASUS Xonar D2X is a better card than the HT Omega Claro Plus+. What tipped the scale in favor of the latter were the sample rates and resolutions. After multiple requests ...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-08
We all recognize the name ASUS for their motherboards, videos cards and they are the ones that set the Netbook frenzy into high gear, but did you know that they make sound cards too? We will be taking a look at the ASUS Xonar DX sound card in this revi...
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Reviewed on 2010-04-08
Although the Xonar DX has been around for a while, it's held its place as one of the best sound cards for £50 or so. With excellent continued driver support and a decent price, this little PCI-E card sets the standard that the rest of the budget sound card market has to meet, and does so with great style.
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Reviewed on 2008-06-23
Asus has made it clear that they are in the sound business to stay. The Xonar DX was and is an impressive card. The move to PCI-e will help as more and more boards are moving away from the older PCI bus (not to mention putting PCI slots in unusable pla...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-23
Low height design, Full support with WDM and ASIO drivers, Included Asus PMP encodes blazing fast WMA/MP3 files, Dolby certified sound card, Supports EAX extensions for games, Windows control panel looks stable and complete, ASIO drivers have down to 2ms......
Requires external 4pin power to operate, Retail package doesnt include any cable
Last year Asus released the first model of its Xonar series or sound cards, the Xonar D2. The taiwanese company continued the line up last February with the introduction of the Xonar DX. It may not be easy for Asus to convince the audiophiles to change...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-03
Excellent Sound Quality, Dolby Digital Live Support For Home Theater Setups, DS3D GX 2.0 Does Good Job Simulating EAX in Vista, Front Panel Audio Connector
Requires 4pin Floppy Power Connector, Doesnt Support DTS Surround Formats
ASUS has put out a surprising strong audio card with the Xonar DX. The audio quality surpasses offerings from long standing companies such as Creative and even newcomers such as Auzentech. The DS3D GX is a real benefit for those who play PC video games...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-30
Superb clarity and fidelity, Great performance for music and movies, Low-profile design provides flexibility, Affordable,
Hit-or-miss gaming performance, Requires external power supply
We took our first look at the ASUS Xonar range of audio products with the Xonar D2, which we reviewed in September of last year, and the first impressions of ASUS approach to high-quality desktop audio were highly favorable. However, the first round ...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-26
I’m sure you’ll be pleased to hear that sound cards have started getting interesting again after years of a boring one horse race. It wasn’t too long ago when we looked at the – the PCI-Express x1 version of the original D2. Both of which were gr...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-08
Just a few years ago, if someone said that integrated audio would deliver great performance with many of the features of a full-blown add-in card, it might have raised an eyebrow or two. Today, however, thanks to vastly improved integrated technologi...
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Reviewed on 2008-05-06
Asus have long been a leader in producing high quality, reliable hardware and components. Testament to this fact is that Asus are a ‘Tier 1’ manufacturer for Intel’s current chipset/motherboard offerings are also among the top manufacturers of both AT...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-08
I used to date a girl who was a little obsessive about what she ate. At every opportunity, she would buy fat-free, low-calorie, or otherwise diet derivatives of common food items. Now theres nothing wrong with foods that are naturally fat-free or low ...
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Reviewed on 2008-07-14
Back when your father was into computers, ISA was all the rage. Slots in your motherboard as long as a country mile. They were the days. But now it’s 2008. We’ve grown up. ASUS decided to take the leap of faith and put its enthusiast soundcard...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-24
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Generic Opamps, Small bundle, No DTS features, Some minor sound issues
1yr. ManufacturersThe current soundcard landscape offers many options to the PC audio enthusiast. There are extremely high quality units loaded with features available for people knowing what they want and willing to pay for it but there isnt much ou...
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