Creative Sound Blaster G6 Review

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Creative are known for making excellent audio products and more for gamers. Everyone has built in soundcards on their motherboards and these are good enough right? Well Creative think you’re wrong and that’s why they’ve made the Sound BlasterX G6 external USB sound card.

This tiny package promises to change your listening experiences of gaming, media and music forever.

Can this little box really have such a huge impact? Dimensions 111 x 70 x 24 mm. Virtual 5.1 and 7.1 surround sound. USB 2.0 Bus powered via included cable. Dolby Digital decoding available only via an optical connection via the included optical cable.

DAC (digital to analog converter). Dynamic range: 130dB A-weighted. Direct mode sampling rate up to 32-bit and 384 kHz. ADC (analog to digital converter).


Dynamic range 113dB A weighted. Sampling rate mic-in/line-in/optical-in up to 32-bit and 192 kHz. Output impedance 1 ohm. Headphone impedance 16 – 600 ohms. Xamp discrete headphone amplification, which means both audio channels (left and right headphones) are amplified individually for more detail.

Scout mode gives you a tactical advantage by enhancing in-game audio such as footsteps, weapon switch or reloading sounds. You can purchase the Sound BlasterX G6, from Creative for £109.99, HERE!

Discuss on our Facebook page HERE. High quality audio. Works with almost every device. Very simple to use. Sound Blaster Connect software is easy to use and has plenty of customisation. Scout mode works well. Logo is the wrong way around in my opinion. Price point could put some people off but you get what you pay for here. 3.5mm headphone and microphones input only.

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(And sometimes ramble). Strap on your seat belts folks, this one is about to get weird. Now without further ado, let’s get rolling! Every time I think I’ve found the one, another one comes along. Now you may think I’m referring to women, and I am. Just kidding I’m not. I kind of am though. One of my best friends from back in the day loved to tease me about my propensity to seemingly never luck out with women, find a good one, and actually keep her.

Is the G6 worth YOUR hard-earned dollar? I would love to hear your thoughts. Until next time…

In other words, my habit of dating a lot of women and it never working out for various reasons. “Well, at least you’ll have a chance for a little while … before it crumbles.”.

If you go to 18:22 on the video below that’s where he says it but I can’t make out what he says after “you’ll” because of my drunk, obnoxious loud a**. I’m guessing it’s “have a chance.” It’s really the only thing that makes sense in context. Mind you, he said that in the heat of a WWE 2k13 battle (what we all dubbed “Wrestle Jam”), and when I tell you it was heated, it actually got fairly nasty.

Basically what I’m saying is that we all took it WAY too seriously. It’s been about 6-7 years, and his quote has haunted me since the day he said it. Because in a lot of ways he’s right. I’m 33 now, and I don’t have a girlfriend. I found love again in 2019, but it didn’t ultimately work out.

Story of my life, right? I can’t even adequately put into words the frustration that I’ve felt over the last 15 years – waiting, hoping, and just feeling torn apart inside because I can’t seem to find that special someone, even though I’ve had 2 or 3 really significant loves.

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Still: I really, REALLY like being single. Double-edged sword. I love my bachelor pad. I love not having a roommate. I love peace and quiet, and I value independence and freedom. It’s truly priceless to come home and not have to hear anyone or anything: No dogs, no babies, no dirty diapers, no nagging wife, no screaming 4-year-old, nothing. Just the sweet, sweet sound of Super Mario Bros.

Lost Levels, or some crispy vinyl, an engaging movie, some great music, the white noise of the cars whizzing by, the atmosphere of Fallout, an open window allowing me to hear the birds, etc. There really is nothing like it.

My response to him back then? “Hey guess what? You crumble in every match.”. My best friend Brandon was awful at the game and we made fun of him constantly for it. He lucked out a few times and won a couple of championships (one as Kratos, and one as a cheating Chuck Norris, long story) and he did improve a lot.

But he would get owned in the most hilarious of ways, and it sort of became a meme after awhile (He was something like 0-32 playing as the character He-Man).

Do you even video game? If you want to see the clip I did from back in the day, I will embed it here. Don’t say I didn’t warn you:. The sad part about looking back on this is that our friendship was never the same afterward.

We all would get so worked up over the game that it kind of boiled over into unnecessary rage at times. It was the definition of competitive. Like, “we play for fake belts” competitive. It got completely and totally out of control to the point of absolute absurdity.

*Us to random strangers in a bar*. “Yeah, we’re going home to play WWE and wrastle for belts.”. Random Strangers: ??? This is kind of how it went after we told them:. I even made custom belts out of cardboard and painted them, awarding them to their respective winners in each category (World Title, Intercontinental, Hell in a Cell, Tag Team, Elimination Chamber, etc.) Yeah, we took it too far.

It was fun, but it was stressful. The project (seen above) was my farewell to 2k13 and all the drama that was caused by it. Though it was a blast to make and brings back good memories, it ultimately made us drift apart. I think what happened was my friend got so sick of losing that it caused him to show a side of himself that none of us really knew existed.


He’s a very quiet, unassuming, and reserved person for the most part. I think wrestling brought out some emotions in him that had been bottled up for a long time. My friend Thomas had his moments as well.

After my character Sub-Zero kicked out of a record 17 or so pins on his way to recapturing the Intercontinental Title for the 3rd straight time, Thomas got pissed off in a way that I had never seen before. He is generally very friendly and upbeat, so watching him slam down a beer bottle on the coffee table and curse the game was semi-jarring, to say the least.

I was equally as bad, as I remember one instance being so furious that I basically just got up and left. “Screw you guys! I’m goin’ home!” -Eric Cartman. I have a more fiery/passionate personality, and it most certainly showed from time to time.

  • Nowadays I’m more mellowed out, but I digress. His character Rick Rude and my Snake Plissken had some really competitive battles for the World Title, but I think he kept his emotions in check better than the rest of us.