Audigy 2 And DTT2500 Problems.
I have to keep making compromises to equalize the sound between the front, rear, sub and center channels. I changed the settings and tryed all the different drivers that I can find and it still does the same thing. Recent Posts Menu Log in or Sign up [H]ard|Forum Forums > [H]ard|Ware > Computer Audio > What is this Audigy 2 don´t output bass issue? Hmmm... http://quodsoftware.com/audigy-2/audigy-2-zs-problems-help-please.html
You should be using just the analog outputs instead for best sound. Ok.. 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/ Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/probems-with-cambridge-soundworks-dtt2500-and-soundblast-audigy-2-platinum-ex.4570/
If none of that works it could be as you said and looking at a clean install of Windows to fix. 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 Those who looks like coaxial you know? Reply With Quote 11-06-2005,08:43 PM #6 Adam217 View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Member Join Date Nov 2002 Location Michigan Posts 203 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 It can't output
Change in "Output Selection" from Digital to Analog in your THX settings, and then plug in your 3 Analog cables on your sound card. REPRODUCED, NOT MATRIXED OR SOME OTHER CRAP. hope that help on the channel problem.. Sound & Audio Cable for digital audio out for SB Audigy 2 cardI have a very old but very functional computer that I'd like to connect to my surround sound PC
http://www.driverheaven.net/forumdisplay.php?f=33 Reply With Quote 11-07-2005,05:44 AM #7 BugsBMD View Profile View Forum Posts Xtreme Cruncher Join Date Apr 2005 Location USA Posts 96 Tournaments Joined 0 Tournaments Won 0 My problem Discussion in 'Computer Audio' started by oqvist, Jan 15, 2004. You may also... http://www.sevenforums.com/sound-audio/118985-absurd-audio-problem-audigy-2-zs.html This allows me to run either in dolby prologic or stereo which is fine since I am using my soundstorm for surround gaming.
The only thing I can think of is the when I use the card in vista something is not working right there. urgent help needed because my trial ends in 10 days! I think this card is supported by windows 7 because here Creative Worldwide Support it says that audigy 2 zs is supported. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks.
ah, i wasn't aware of that. useful source In the Decoder tab select SPDIF Passthrough. A home theater receiver is different. There's good and bad with this but one thing it does is essentially chain 2 amps, freeing up a little power for your other channels (assuming your sub has the power
But, are you saying by using the digital din, I'm not actually getting 3d positional audio, and I have to have it hooked up through the analog? this content 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. Cooling Vapor Phase Change Cooling Builder/Customer Relations Official Manufacturer Information & Support Lian Li Product Support DIMASTECH Product Support K|ngp|n Cooling Product Support Corsair Product Support Forums Corsair Website Thermaltake G.Skill I can faintly hear music playing when I attempt to play something but it sounds pretty bad.
Registration is $1 to post on this forum. Next, 1. As always, your results may vary hope this helps... weblink I mean they have to know about it but I guess they just can´t fix it with their current hardware??
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I don't know what cable to use and I dont know what inputs to plug into.
My current workaround is to use the speaker-level inputs on my sub (instead of line input) and I'm running my front channels thru the sub. Like this :front left, center, front right, rear right, rear left, and then sub (but at this point the program crashes). You should be using just the analog outputs instead for best sound.Click to expand... /me scratches head.. If it doesn't then do the manual install method (had to do this on mine with a clean Windows install), as for whatever reason the auto-installer can't or won't see the
All have to use the Multichannel mode when receiving ouput from the Audigy series of sound cards. In addition, connecting the digital output from the Audigy 2 ZS to a Creative speaker system will still give you full surround, because it is a Creative system. i have a Fortissimo III, and was hoping that the optical connection would take care of it; but this was before i knew that soundstorm was the only option for realtime check over here Signature?
what should've played on the center, subwoofer, and rear channels doesn't play at all.. That is.. a set of multimedia speakers. Also, to get digital output on my Audigy, in addition to what Veh said about AudioHQ "Digital Output Only", I had to change from Analog to Digital Output on my DVD
definately worth the 83 bucks Barnaby, Jan 16, 2004 Barnaby, Jan 16, 2004 #15 Jan 16, 2004 #16 leukotriene 2[H]4U Messages: 2,664 Joined: Sep 18, 2002 the audigy 2 zs Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. no, using computer speakers...