The Razer Barracuda AC-1 Gaming Audio Card delivers optimized audio signals directly from the computer game to the gamer, creating the most realistic gaming environment. It features proprietary Razer audio technologies including the patent pending Razer Enhanced Sonic Perception architecture to allow gamers to pinpoint the exact location of enemies more accurately than before.
Expanded In-Game Dynamic Soundstage for Explosive Gameplay The Razer Enhanced Sonic Perception enhances the sonic level of your 3D audio, so that you can have increased audible range in-game.
Onboard Dolby Pro-Logic technology for Surround Sound The Razer Barracuda AC-1 comes with built-in Dolby Pro-Logic IIx technology. Using advanced processing algorithms, it converts a stereo or 5.1-channel source into 7.1-channel audio.
Surround Sound with Only Two Speakers The Dolby Virtual Speaker Solution employed within enables complete immersion in virtual surround sound fields delivered via stereo speakers.
Razer Fidelity gaming audio engine
Dolby Prologic IIx surround processor
Dolby Digital Live 5.1 hardware encoder
Dolby Headphone technology
Dolby Virtual Speaker
DTS Interactive real-time hardware encoder
7.1-channel digital audio playback
Supports EAX 2.0, Aureal3D 1.0 and DirectSound
Signal-to-noise ratio (output): 117dB
Frequency response (at 24-bit / 96KHz): 20 to approx. 20,000 Hz
Dynamic range: 116dB
Total harmonic distortion + noise: -97dB
Simultaneous voices: plus or minus 128
Razer High Definition-Dedicated Audio Interface (HD-DAI connector)
S/PDIF in/out Toslink connectors
Pentium II 350MHz, AMD K6 450 MHz or Higher
One Available PCI 2.1/2.2 Slot
128 RAM Memory or Higher
At least 55MB of Hard Disk Space
Graphic Display at 800 x 600 High Color (16 bit)
CD ROM Drive
Headphones or Amplified Speakers
The Razer Barracuda AC-1 Gaming Audio Card, powered by Razer Fidelity delivers optimized audio signals directly from the computer game to the gamer, creating the most realistic gaming environment. The Razer Barracuda AC-1 features proprietary Razer audio