Does a sound card make a difference?

Answer A standard sound card, no. There are cards that support 5.1 and 7.1 sound connected by fiber optics to an amp.

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How does the sound card send sound to headphones?

Headsets which come with a microphone attached will normally come with two input jacks: a green jack and a cream-coloured jack. The green jack should be inserted into the corresponding jack input, ... Read More »

My old computer had windows 98 with a sound card. i have updated to win xp now the sound card will not work?

That's actually quite normal. Not all hardware is compatible with windows xp. The best you can to go to: the update software, and automatically install a... Read More »

Can the type of speaker cable you buy really make a difference in the sound that's put out?

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Can I damage a 5.1 surround sound computer sound card by hooking up 7.1 surround sound speakers to it?

In general NO - but it really depends on how you hook it up.If you run optical to a AV Receiver - this is the way it is normally hooked up to any 5.1 device. Your HDTV, BluRay, DVD player or HD cab... Read More »