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Audigy 2 ZS Video Editor  - Audigy 2 ZS Video Editor
Mon, July 11 2005 | 4:14PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The whole box connects to your PC via USB, so it's rather ironic that the front of the device sports a Firewire connection. Having this though could be useful if your PC doesn't already have a Firewire port. However, a better justification for this product would be for digitising and compressing analogue video footage. Like other Audigy cards, the back of the device has three stereo line outs (as mini-jacks) catering for surround sound. There's an additional stereo-out and stereo-in using phono plugs, SPDIF out, DIN and S-Video out with yet another set of stereo audio outs.
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