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Sabrent PCI Sound Card SBT-SP6C

by Sabrent
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PCI Sound Card
5.1
  • With 6 analog line output channels, enjoy multi-channel music, games and DVDs on 5.1-channel speaker systems
  • DTS ES, EAX 2.0 and numerous other 3D sound standards
  • Supports multiple game surround sound APIs including EAX, A3D and DirectSound 3D
  • Line-in microphone effects include karaoke mixer, voice transformation and echo
  • Customize Internet audio

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Sabrent PCI Sound Card SBT-SP6C + HDE 7.1 Channel USB External Sound Card Audio Adapter + Sabrent USB 2.0 Virtual External 7.1 Surround Sound Adapter (USB-AUDD)
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Technical Details

Size: PCI Sound Card | Color: 5.1
  • Brand Name: Sabrent
  • Model: SBT-SP6C
  • Audio Output Mode: 5.1
  • Minimum system requirements: Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP, Windows NT4.0. DOS or Linux Intel architecture CPU with MMX instruction set 133 MHz CPU or above (recommended) 32MB system memory 100MB available HDD space
  • Maximum Sample Rate: 48 KHz

Product Details

Size: PCI Sound Card | Color: 5.1
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6 x 1.2 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0006I09OS
  • Item model number: SBT-SP6C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (283 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 2, 2007

Product Description

Size: PCI Sound Card | Color: 5.1

The Sabrent 6-Channel PCI Sound Card provides an extremely high audio solution at an incredibly low price. With 6 channels of audio and a PCI interface, this sound card provides you with 3D sounds at a great price. This PCI Audio Card has a PCI interface, DTS ES, EAX 2.0 and numerous other 3D sound standards. Customize Internet audio effects and enjoy them on multiple speakers series with this sound card.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This thing worked just fine for me and was easy to install.
D. Brayton
The drivers was for windows xp and I couldn't get it to work with windows 7. and I still don't have sound on my pc.
James A. Hayes
If you just want to make a major upgrade of your sound quality, I very highly recommended this card.
Linda D. Rozar

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By JLP on November 22, 2005
Color Name: PCI 7.1Size Name: PCI Sound Card
If you are looking for superior sound from your computer this is the card to get. I expect a lot from my soundcards since I do composing, music production, listen to iTunes and even a little gaming too. Previously I had been using the very excellent M-Audio Audiophile 2496. The M-Audio had a few drawbacks to it but nothing that I couldn't work around. However, I decided to upgrade. I looked at the stats of several cards from Turtle Beach and M-Audio but on paper they didn't compare with this card. After installation I gave it a test drive. On playing music from iTunes I noticed a much cleaner sound than my previous card. I didn't bother to use the silly "Crystallizer." If you read about what it actually does, it essentially distorts the sound. This card doesn't need any tricks like that and I can't recommend using it. I think it was just marketing hype. Also, I've listened to music for the last few days I didn't notice any fatigue on my part - the sound was truly better. Next I opened up Cubase (a music sequencing program) and did an audio mixdown of one of my pieces, the quality was equal to a bit better than the original. Ripping from CD to iTunes, I didn't notice any difference in quality. The secret is likely the 5 million transitors. I also will once again enjoy the compatibility with nearly all software programs. If I need it I have access to 24 bit sound fonts, a microphone port and some other do-dads. There were a few downsides. The largest of which was the software installation which took way too long - 40 minutes on my Pentium 4 with 2 GB of RAM. I also objected to having to remove shortcuts from AOL placed in my start menu and Favorites by the installation program. You have to use the install disc and you are not given the option of just installing drivers.Read more ›
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Lewis on January 30, 2010
Color Name: GreySize Name: USB Sound Adapter Verified Purchase
I was having problems getting the correct sound card driver for my laptop after upgrading to Win7. I was looking for an inexpensive external sound card came across this one among the many available on the net. Based on reviews, I decided to give it a try and I have to say, I am very happy with it. One of the features I like is this unit comes with an extension USB cable that makes accessing the volume and mute buttons a breeze. The sound quality is great and it is truly Plug-and-Play.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 8, 2006
Color Name: PCI 7.1Size Name: PCI Sound Card
I upgraded to this card from a SoundBlaster Live! Value that I bought when that was the thing to have (meaning...a long time ago). After reading all the literature and reviews I was probably expecting too much but for games, which is why I bought it, it's not that much better than my old card. It definitely is better though and it does sound great. I've used it in Call of Duty 2 and in Battlefield 2. Everything is cleaner, crisper and has more punch than before. BF2 supports this card specifically and the weapons fire really shines in this title. The crack of the rifle shots is fabulous. As well, all of the ambient sounds seem more realistic and more immersive.

I was most eager to try out the 3D headphone capabilities but have not been all that impressed with it. I've not tried it with a movie (which has encoded surround channels) but movies aren't why I bought this card. The much touted headphone surround has been dissappointing. Again, the reviews I've read have made quite a fuss over this feature and since I purchased based in large part on the promise of a viable headphone surround, I'm a bit put off. Not enough to not recommend it though. I will add that I'm using a set of mid-grade over the ear headphones from Sony and not a pair of cheapie ear buds. Hopefully as more games come out that support the specific features of the unit this will improve.

To sum up, if you need a new sound card I think this is the one to get. You'll be future proofed for a while and get great sound in the bargain. If you're upgrading from a existing card that you're already satisfied with then I don't know if the high cost of this one is worth it. If I'd had the chance to try it out before plunking down the cash, I probably would have passed and put the money towards a shiney new video card instead. I'm still happy with it though as it does sound fabulous and gives games an extra bit of punch.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By R. Church on January 25, 2011
Color Name: 5.1Size Name: PCI Sound Card Verified Purchase
This is a fine entry level sound card. I blew out the integrated sound on my motherboard and didn't want to bother replacing the whole board. I honestly can't judge a difference between this, my original Realtek ALC 892 sound, and a Creative USB sound card. I'm using Windows 7 64-bit with an Intel Sandy bridge processor and the card is most definitely compatible (despite comments to the contrary). Windows didn't recognize the card by default, which is slightly unusual, but you can get it to recognize the card by following these steps:
1. Download the drivers from the manufacturer's website for Windows 7
2. Extract the .zip package
3. Right click on "My Computer" -> "Manage"
4. Click "Device Manager"
5. Under other devices, select "Multimedia sound device" -> "Update Driver Software" -> "Browse My Computer for driver software"
6. Select the folder you extracted in step 2

It will come up as "C-Media PCI Audio Device" if you followed the steps correctly.
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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By A. Wiersch TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 26, 2005
Color Name: PCI 7.1Size Name: PCI Sound Card
I like this card. I would give it 4 or 5 stars if not for the fact that YOU CAN'T HOOK UP A MICROPHONE AND DIGITAL SPEAKERS AT THE SAME TIME! Using the digital out port means you can't have a microphone input or line-in input. Very inconvenient. Otherwise, I've been happy with this card. I suppose I should have gotten the next model up or I should get a good USB microphone. But for a $100+ sound card, you ought to be able to have digital speakers and a microphone hooked up at the same time.
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