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Old 05-21-2007, 04:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Graphic Visuals vs Sound Immersion

If I were to rank my monitor and my sound card from very low, low, medium, high and very high then I would say my monitor is medium and my soundcard is very low.

If you have the option to spend more than $230 would you upgrade your monitor 1 tier up to "high" or upgrade your sound card 4 tiers up to "Very High" and still have money laying around to spare?

Note that I am just barely satisfied on the performance of my sound and already satisfied with my monitor. Which of the purchase would be something good and worth investing?

As from what I have researched I will be getting an LCD Monitor to watch 1080p movies and to play video games at a higher resolution and in widescreen.

As for the sound, I will merely be using it to hear things I wouldn't hear and better sound of course.
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