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Turtle Beach Montego DDL Sound Card

Makaveli    -   June 10, 2007


Conclusion:

Music, games, and movies are nothing without sound. After looking at the results, you can get a pretty good idea that the Turtle Beach Montego sound card performs quite well against the competition. With the DDL (Dolby Digital Live) capability, you really can’t go wrong when you’re watching a movie. It was a completely different movie with Dolby Digital Live and I can't believe I've gone this long without having a DDL enabled sound card. The main reason I like this card over the Diamond XS 7.1 is that each sound is very distinctive instead of sounding like one giant mix of notes. My old sound card was huge and took up a lot of space in the case, but this sound card is as small as it can be to fit in the PCI slot. The software included was very good because it was very easy to use and really let me set up my environment and settings in a matter of minutes. If you’re picky like me when it comes to sound, but don’t want to break the bank with a new sound card, take a look at the Turtle Beach Montego DDL sound card. I would certainly recommend this card to my readers, friends, and family because it’s got a really good bang-for-the-buck. For some reason, I couldn't quite get the sound up to where I wanted it to be volume wise. Don’t get me wrong, it was very loud, but I felt like I needed a bit more.


Pros:

  • Size
  • Distinctive Sound
  • Software
  • Dolby Digital Live

Cons:

  • Could be louder
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