Audigy 2 And DTT2500 Problems.
Problem with aclu1/aclu2 motherboard please urgent help needed solved Need help installing SoundBlaster Audigy 2 Card solved SSD problem (Urgent help needed) solved Need help: Making SB Audigy 2 work w/ The time now is 10:53 AM. Below is a link to the creative forum where the problem has been discussed for a long time. You may also... http://windowsrefund.org/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-problems-help-please.php
I will probly get a new speaker set some time (the set I have is digital only). I am having troble getting the digital out to work with 5.1. But boy, once I put the receiver in the circuit it all fell apart. It just plain sucks. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/probems-with-cambridge-soundworks-dtt2500-and-soundblast-audigy-2-platinum-ex.4570/
The plug that it has out of the unit looks like a s-video cable. I set the sampling rate to 48KHz (I read somewhere the DTT2500 couldn't handle the 98KHz rate the Soundblaster was outputting) and also tried disabling the Dolby processing on the external Creative has really dropped the ball on alot of things over the years, but they still sell their products because they have a name and some support from game publishers, they They are Cambridge Soundworks Desktop Theater 5.1 DTT2500 Digital.
Join the community here, it only takes a minute. I have the same question Nov 7, 2003 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. Moofasa - Like i said, i think this problem is limited to receivers, because if it didn't work for logitech or klipsch speakers, there would be an uproar. Make sure your volumes are at max and that any sources being used are enabled.
If I wanna listen to my music in a 4.1 mode, or a 5.1 mode, which is possible with the ZS, the front sounds heaving, and the rear sounds tinny. I mated it to an older Cambridge Soundworks DTT2500 5.1 speaker system which has been working fine on my old computer. etc. pls help solved Beats Solo2 Problem (URGENT) solved problem with HD(toshiba 1 tb)...urgent help please....
To top it all off, the new X-FI cards don't support that anymore either, go figure the #1 add in audio provider can't manage to get things done that other half Unless you have Creative speakers, analog 7.1 output is the only way to get full 7.1, but you have to get 2x 4-pole 1/4" mini plugs for the last two plugs Afther connecting the cables, your THX options should look like this: LCD Buyer's Guide Reply With Quote 11-12-2005,04:18 AM #12 BugsBMD View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Cruncher Join Date Apr I have no need to have the puter hooked up to the home theater, so no problems there for me..
Nov 19, 2003 #6 Chucara TS Rookie Topic Starter Originally posted by TS | Thomas Are you using the digital output only?? http://newwikipost.org/topic/wP32AElTylvKINUxp9Dn4bszqMmCEXAf/Audigy-Recording-Problems.html I can't seem to get the speakers to output the right stuff though.. Reply With Quote 11-11-2005,04:19 PM #9 Turok View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Addict Join Date Mar 2005 Location Houston, TX Posts 1,559 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 I dont Nov 18, 2003 #5 TS | Thomas TS Rookie Posts: 1,319 Are you using the digital output only??
I get a very loud hissing noise from the speakers when I turn the units on. this content This way volume is hardware dependent. I'm sure I stated somewhere else that this issue does NOT affect Creative speaker systems, for some reason. are not).
And do this issue affect headphones as well?? Audigy driver team has done it again. But in longhorn it works fine (all five + sub). weblink Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Something different about how an amp from a receiver processes the signal vs. Join the community here. Although I think you guys mean home theater speakers, it is definately not on all analog speakers... -MoOfAsA~ Moofasa~, Jan 15, 2004 Moofasa~, Jan 15, 2004 #6 Jan 15, 2004
They seem only to operate in stereo, while my games obviously output all channels..
As always, your results may vary hope this helps... Unless you know it it may be, have a feeling the unknown device showing in that screen shot will be the firewire port on your Audigy, which should go away once Should I just go ahead and... No, create an account now.
Reply With Quote 11-11-2005,07:28 AM #8 BugsBMD View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Cruncher Join Date Apr 2005 Location USA Posts 96 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 I have gone Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. These contain the info and necessary driver files to re-install upon reboot, and I'm pretty sure this is what is getting installed. check over here Right now all I get is the two front to work in XP.
Nov 16, 2003 #3 TS | Thomas TS Rookie Posts: 1,319 Sounds like its connected fine, the Audigy 2 only outputs stereo unless it's a multichannel source, which 3D audio supporting Sorry Im asking for details but Im an Audio *****!!! Facebook Google+ Twitter YouTube Subscribe to TechSpot RSS Get our weekly newsletter Search TechSpot Trending Hardware The Web Culture Mobile Gaming Apple Microsoft Google Reviews Graphics Laptops Smartphones CPUs Storage Cases What's New?
Reply With Quote 12-09-2005,01:55 AM #15 IluvIntel View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Enthusiast Join Date Apr 2005 Location Melbourne, Australia Posts 853 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 How is Same with games it works in longhorn but not XP. I don't know what it is but i can attest that it stinks w/ a receiver. Someday I will probably upgrade my soundcard (still A1) but if the sub issue isn't resolved, I will have to change brands.