“The last sample I received for review even came with a little golden book of which I have gone on about countless times and of which you are probably now sick of hearing me mention all the time. But it has been these little details that really set the Xonar line apart from competitors whom struggled in the Xonar wake for some time. Some have even found themselves rendered permanently inadequate to the Xonar level of excellence and never made a full recovery.”
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ASUS has partnered with Sennheiser to create a new discreet audio card solution called the Xonar Xense HD. Inside you will see the usual suspects, an AV100 audio processor along with Texas Instruments and Cirrus Logic to handle the digital to audio conversion, though this card’s frequency response is a little more impressive than most in the Xonar series. The package also contains a pair Sennheiser PC350 headphones, fairly high quality and designed with this card in mind. If you are shopping around for high quality discreet audio then drop by Tweaktown to see if this package fits your needs.