Saturday, March 5, 2011

X-Fi Technology a Creative Labs's Standard Audio Technology

X-Fi Technology is the latest audio standard created by Creative Labs, a Singapore based Technology company and a leading brand in audio technology. X-Fi Technolgy makes your games, music and movies way better. X-Fi technology breathes life into songs. It restores detail and expands your audio to surround sound

This technology is behind the best selling Creative Labs HS-1200 Digital Wireless Gaming Headset. Creative Labs has found a better solution in converting analog audio into digital format and enhance it further before it transforms it back to its original analog format without losing any of the original data giving the audio quality far more superior as compared to other traditional digital to analog and vice versa conversion technology today. The process which is proprietary to Creative Labs is dependent on their in house designed audio processor on X-Fi which is by far the most powerful at its time of release, offering an extremely robust sample rate conversion engine in addition to enhanced internal sound channel routing options and greater 3D audio enhancement capabilities.

This technology according to its designers and creators which composed mainly of the very best Engineers and Scientists, has become much closer to isolating every musical instrument and human voices in the audio. This is what every sound engineers are dreaming of and Creative Labs has moved closer to making this dream almost a reality. If you can just imagine a device that can isolate every piece of instrument in a symphony orchestra? The sound would be as close to listening to them live.

X-Fi Technology has really taken listening experience to the highest level with its superior sound quality output. And the proof of this is the best selling HS-1200 Digital Wireless Gaming Headset which really enjoys rave reviews from its buyers worldwide. This should make Creative Labs a leader in sound technology because they use the best technology and algorithm to produce the X-FI.

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