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*warriorscot says $68 is alot better to get the x-fi if you spend that kinda money.

The front panel is moslty for tweaking volumes manually etc. front port connectors are something alot of things have, my headset has the amplifier if its own so it goes computer headset amp speakers and i can turn one or the other off when i want if you could get a second amp to do it that way i find its the ideal setup for my sound. You can always get a front panel later X-fi does have a version with the panel but its more expensive for that better version.
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Do all soundcards have the capability to add a front bay or is that something I'd have to get a new sound card for?

(PS - I've pretty much decided on getting the X-Fi Music)
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