you must translate the site to understand, i have realtek hd audio and i have the audio card that came with my motherboard (H81M-R), but the site doesn't tell what i need to get virtual surround, although it does say it is compatible with PC, PS4 and PS3What audio card is installed on your computer?
Windows? Check Device Manager for installed components.
The host computer must support the audio card and its' drivers in order to get 7.1 virtual surround sound.
Could not read the link but there should be some information therein about the necessary hardware requirements to provide/support 7.1 surround sound.
you must translate the site to understand, i have realtek hd audio and i have the audio card that came with my motherboard (H81M-R), but the site doesn't tell what i need to get virtual surround, it just says the headphones have it
ok, thanks, also there is a picture of the headphones' packaging that says 7.1 virtual sound (check second picture). and one more question, do you think the virtual 7.1 sound could already be built into headphones (like without drivers or anything)?Yes - discovered the language choice button (upper right page corner). Thank you.
I do not see anything indicating that the headphones support 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound.
And some manufacturer's use the word "compatible" in very broad terms. - I.e., the plugs will fit in the ports....
Most likely you will need an audio card designed to provide the necessary output to the headphones.
And look for a few "how-to" tutorials by googling "how to set up 7.1 virtual sound headphones" or similar words and phrasing.
Learn what is needed and what needs to be done. Varies with system, system components, OS, and applications being used.