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Razer Barracuda AC-1


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The Razer Barracuda AC-1 Gaming Audio Card, powered by Razer Fidelity features proprietary Razer audio technologies including the patent pending Razer Enhanced Sonic Perception (ESP) architecture and Razer's 3D (720°) Positional Gaming Audio Engine. Features 7.1 channel output, 24 bit audio technology and 117dB SNR (output).


Razer Barracuda AC-1 Reviews Rating: 67 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Overclock Intelligence Agency  --- Jan 03 '07
Overclockers Club  --- Feb 07 '07
PCApex 6/10 Feb 21 '07
Techgage 8/10 Apr 06 '07
XSreviews.co.uk 3/5 May 04 '07
XYZ Computing  --- Feb 21 '07
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Overclock Intelligence Agency on May 30 '14

"I have a tradition that I've had for about 30 years. Any time I get new audio equipment, the first music I listen to on it is Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon". I wore out at least two vinyl..."

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Overclockers Club on Feb 09 '07

"My overall impression of the Razer "Barracuda" AC1 Sound Card is excellent. With the many tweaks that it has and its ability to control what you hear in your gaming environment using the Razer ESP,..."

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PCApex on Feb 22 '07

"If you don't like my conclusion, I'm sure you'll find more sunny reviews elsewhere. When all is said and done, there will be those who believe the Barracuda is going to give them a edge in games;..."

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Techgage on Apr 10 '07

"...the Barracuda AC-1 is a seriously solid performer, delivering audio that’s crisp and detailed, bass that’s deep, impactful, and remarkably distortion-free, and a plethora of configuration and..."

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XSreviews.co.uk on May 04 '07

"This seems like just a sound card, not something ready for gamers. Funky looking GUI and proprietary connectivity fail to disguise the less-than-perfect audio processing beneath. Unlike the X-Fi..."

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  • Product Type: Sound Cards
  • Manufacturer: Razer
  • Released
    North AmericaFeb 21, 2007
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