As with the XP version of the Sound First 7.1 software an EQ filter is built-in as part of the sound card as well as the five digital configuration selected from three filters are retained for each zone. On the option switch there is a setting for equal-loudness which sets the listening level to a certain percentage and can be used for gaming or listening to things that won't be mentally stimulating. When set down to the minimum power of zero however, the sound card automatically sets the volume at the maximum setting of 100 similar to a desktop computer.
There are various sources of operation being used in the Sound First 7.1 software to operate the sound card, USB port, LAN port and power. The sound card volume, mic volume, headphone volume and power are controlled through the system menu. The LAN and input levels are controlled through the LAN port which is also capable of a receiving and sending function. The clock (source) and data (target) options can be selected through the main menu. The remaining settings are managed via right or left click on the switch on the upper right of the main panel. A little of motherboard identification appears on the source/target. We have a 'Core i7'd motherboard in this test and can confirm that the options for the main panel are indeed 'Core i7' and 'Core i5'.
The sound card volume can be set to zero (100%) or full (10%) with a slider control for each zone on the back side of the T.sonic. The mic volume can be set to full or half levels with a slider control for each mic. The headphone volume is also set to full (100%) or half volume (0%). d2c66b5586