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Anonymous Posted on Wednesday, August 20, 2003 - 06:03 GMT I have a Sound Blaster Audigy Gamer card and Klipsch Promedia GMX 5.1 speakers. Phil Krewer Posted on Saturday, March 08, 2003 - 01:07 GMT Hey Derek, Interesting revalation. I have a bose 10 series 3 acoustimass and a soundblaster live 5.1. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now his comment is here

Does anyone have a manual or know where i can download the manual for the speakers and the sound card? There is no radio-shack stores. It is cleaner and louder than the standard 2 front analog channels and the sub has way more punch. Don't know if that is important, just thought I should mention it.

I bought a 1/8" mono to 1/4" mono adaptor and a mono RCA cable from Radio Shack. I don't know what good this would do, however, since I haven't seen an amp that would take three PCM signals and send them to the right speakers. I have checked the sound card and it appears fine. mike Posted on Friday, October 24, 2003 - 08:32 GMT I can't believe that AC3 digital output is impossible on a soundblastter audigy, mainly because thats why I bought it.

Login now. If yes, click on it, then Edit->Select All, Edit->Copy Paste into next post <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Generate a DirectX report TechSpot might require you have five posts until you can actually attach a basicly i haven't changed too much in the setup i had when i wrote the last message so make sure you do all those things (like, connecting a mono minijack from card itself doesn't produce a Dolby Digital (AC3) output.

Yes No Thank you for your feedback. just easier to select 2 channel and boost up the treble, bass and turn on the pro logic from the 2 digital tracks you CAN get. Have i missed somehting i should be doing? http://support.creative.com/kb/ShowArticle.aspx?sid=4699 The raw DD bitstream is sent to the S/PDIF and the receiver does all of the work.

In true fact, the sound is only "supposed" to be coming out from the front left and right. Does anyone know of a fix for the AC3 pass through under WinDVD 3? if you want to get 5.1 in gaming, u need to connect it as analog...that's all, no other solution you can make creative soundcard work in 5.1 gaming through digital mode, Or, do I need a receiver for this?

My question is now : can a digital signal be obtained from the PC CD player - incidentally a DVD player? this page My speakers are Altec Lansing powered 5.1's connected as analog to the sound card, and I am not using an audio cable to connect the sound card to the DVD drive. Cheer Anonymous Posted on Monday, October 06, 2003 - 15:22 GMT I've faced the same "problem" that everyone else is facing here. I have spent the last week trying to get WinDVD 3 or 4 to pass through AC3, but even with the latest SB drivers I get silence.

I tried mono and stereo plugs and only the mono gave me the 2 I'm getting now. http://windowsrefund.org/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-conflict.php No luck. ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!!! Phil Posted on Wednesday, September 17, 2003 - 17:44 GMT Hi, Very interesting thread !

From there it worked. Um einen Sound Blaster-Karte zu einem Multi-Kanal-AV-Receiver anschließen, verwenden Sie ein Kabel ähnlich der Creative Home Theater Kabel . Is anyone familiar with which software is best to hear DTS and MLP coded discs? weblink I am getting the same problem that many people have had before, when I do a speaker test it only does the left and right channels, and my sound card seems

Go digital if you can. You may ruin your receiver if you use those methods mentioned here with mono->RCA-cables. Sponsored Products Related To This Item (What's this?) Page 1 of 1 Start over Sponsored Products are advertisements for products sold by merchants on Amazon.com.

Thanks for your help all!

Howver at the moment I'm not getting a squeak out of any of my 5.1's. DTS/DD typically require a "pass-through" option in the software DVD player (WinDVD, Power DVD). Although it would probably be better to have a receiver that does the decoding. Your usual MP3's are in Stereo format.

My understanding was that the digital DIN connection was just a digital coax connection based on a stereo miniplug. OLLEY WAS RIGHT.... Join the two resistors. check over here Trying to run it through my internal audigy 2 sound card is proving a challenge to say the least.

Recommended.Read more0Comment| 18 people found this helpful. Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... Dose any one have any suggestions? I have never heard a computer sound so great in my entire life.

GRIPE: As far as all of the problems people on this board have had with connectivity and decoding "NOT" working I would simply suggest NOT purchasing a SBLive. So with PowerDVD and the 7 dollar radioshack cable you can get DD 5.1 out of the live. Anonymous Posted on Wednesday, October 22, 2003 - 02:36 GMT Is it possible to solve the voltage problem by using a simple voltage divider? I'm gonna try the AC-3 filter thing and re-post my results.

has an S/PDIF output on the daughter card - which connects with a 75 Ohm coaxial cable to an AC3 decoder. Die Digital Out wird automatisch stummgeschaltet, wenn Sie eine DVD-Audio-Datei abspielen zu starten. (DVD-Audio wird in Windows Vista nicht unterstützt). However, when I try to run Halo PC through my computer and to my A/V receiver, the center, surround and sub channels are mysteriously missing... This is for people using digital outputs.

In any event...unless your can jury-rig that DIN connector to coax of optical (in order to plug into your 6070), I think you're out of luck...since that's the only way to Connect the 1/8 to the digital out on the card and the RCA to a coax on your receiver and set the card to digital out only.

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