How to improve console sound cheaply? Creative prompts

Sound Blaster G3

The difference will be noticeable.

Creative is synonymous with good sound for many personal computer owners. Popular sound cards from this manufacturer have been used internally in desktops, externally in laptops for years, and are now also available to console users. Sound Blaster G3 is the latest proposition improving the sound, which is not sold at a fairly attractive price.

A portable USB DAC player called Sound Blaster G3 created primarily for console users PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. This is the first external amplifier for these devices operating on a plug-and-play basis. All you have to do is plug it in and then connect headphones, a microphone or headphones to it. Nothing prevents the amplifier from being used by owners of computers with Windows and DAC systems.

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The 32-gram device fits in the palm of your hand and offers 24-bit 100 dB DNR sound. The manufacturer ensures that it works with studio headphones with an impedance of up to 300 ohms. After connecting to a PC or Mac it supports channel input 7.1 guaranteeing surround sound virtualization.

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Creative informs that the device's operating parameters can be controlled from the Sound Blater Command application, which is available on Android and iOS. This allows console players to change its characteristics without closing the game screen. Audio controls can also be found on the device housing itself.

The kit priced at usd 259.99 includes a USB Type C to USB Type A adapter that increases the spectrum of card uses.