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To be an audiophile is to transcend the mortal realm and join the ranks of angels or some other form of higher being. An alien perhaps. The point is, if you're serious about gaming or watching movies or listening to music - sound is just as important as what's displayed on screen. Aaron Jones knows this, so he's brought us his review of the Creative Sound BlasterX G5.


The Sound BlasterX G5 is a portable audio amplifier primarily targeted toward gaming. Because, well, there’s an X in the title. An external sound card that features some pretty impressive specs across the board. From an audiophile-grade headphone amplifier, to a powerful multi-core hardware based audio processor, and LED backlit mechanical controls. It comes with a USB/MicroUSB cable for connecting to PC, Mac and PS4, along with a TOSLINK/3.5mm Optical cable for Xbox One.


Click Here to Read Our Full Creative Sound BlasterX G5 Review



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