Damn, IE made me loose all my last written thing. Now i got to start again.
Ok, so i was a bit hasty. I didn't know XeaR wasn't known well. Listen to my story:
XeaR is a 3D sound technology which swops the jack of the rear and front around. Causing
slightly better sound quality to the rear speakers as sometimes they aren't as loud as the
front as some of you may of found out. XeaR also allows the use of earphones to be used instead
of speakers, allowing this to work will make the sound more preciese on the rear sound still allowing
you to get the most out of 5.1 surround sound with the front, center and subwoofer still being in sound
range and quality.
XeaR pdf can be found here: http://www.cmedia.com.tw/doc/Xear%203D.pdf
On the actual box of mine, it says that its an Asus or something similar but its supposably a C-media card.
It could be a third party format like Sapphire is to ATI, but im not sure. XeaR is good with music though, what
it does allow you to get is 3D sound format from Stereo as really its only 2 speaker based, correct? Well this slightly
increases the dynamics of the sound increasing its performance and quality. In DVD's is where im stuck, i am unsure of whether
it is actually better or not. Its hard though, when you're used to surround sound trying to catch the way its done because im used
to it, i dont really care how its working as long as its working... if you get what im saying
Anyway i'll be awaiting your reply.. again