EVGA announces the EVGA NU audio card, reminding us of the days when every
gaming PC had a dedicated add-in card for audio (preferably both Ad Lib and
SoundBlaster compatible). The EVGA NU is the outcome of a collaboration of Audio
Note, a U.K. company with 30 years of experience in the high-end audio business. Those interested will not have to wait, as they say to
expect these to be available one week from today on January 16th. Nowadays many are content to
use the integrated audio on their computer's motherboard, so
this video and the
announcement tries to make the case for going beyond this:
EVGA NU Audio Card you can experience:
True Audio - Hear audio as it is
Lifelike Gaming - Improved and precise enemy
detection, and increased immersion.
Studio and Audiophile Grade - Hear all the subtle
sounds, emotional dialog, and powerful explosions to keep you on the edge of
Ambient RGB Lighting - Set the RGB lighting to
match your mood, or use Audio Reactive Lighting options to let your audio
control the effect.
A Completely Different Gaming and Multimedia Experience
High-quality audio is built on a simple premise: everything must be solid
from start to finish. One weak link in the chain can turn a symphony into a
cacophony. The NU Audio Card is designed to maximize the performance in every
major component section:
Analog - Detail. Clarity. Reality.
The analog section is responsible for
returning audio without distortion and fine-tuning the sound to ensure
it remains as faithful to the source as possible.
Digital - From Source to Playback
The digital side of the EVGA NU Audio Card is
responsible for processing your source audio at the preferred format or
converting the audio to and from analog, without affecting the internal
makeup of the source audio.
Power - Good Clean Power
Powered by Specialized Audio Note (UK), Ltd.
audio-grade capacitors and audio-grade resistors, your audio remains
noise- and distortion-free as it passes through to your choice of
speakers or headphones.