Question About SPDIF
you also may be onto something with the sub firing more due to it being recognized as stereo. Anyway, will I be able to plug in the headset on my pc? The latter is particularly a problem if the cable seems to be plugged in but in reality is sitting on the edge. by ahtoi / July 13, 2007 12:54 PM PDT In reply to: SPDIF question What file format will the Fostex recognize? Source
All Rights Reserved. I then updated my audio drivers and connected my speakers again (with the headphones as default device) to see if it would recognize them (the speakers) as a new device but sound spdif asked Sep 6 '16 at 21:09 mallimoosh 11 1 vote 1answer 207 views Ubuntu SPDIF input not working I bought this product , The problem is the SPDIF input Everything I needed.
I played a surround sound test on ... windows-10 surround-sound spdif dolbydigital asked Jun 30 '16 at 16:56 Shackrock 2352419 0 votes 0answers 243 views How to test an optical cable? I have a monitor that I want to use as my 'TV' for my gaming system. There's no difference in audio quality - they either work or they don't.
I got them because my MyTek 8x192 converter is mounted almost vertically and the connectors are well designed on the van den Hul cables. Bug or feature? What was the value of the Shire and everything in it? I am using a USB sound card identified as C-Media Electronics, Inc.
I have a question about rca cables Forum SolvedOptical SPDIF/out question Forum SolvedAstro A50 S/PDIF Optical question Forum question about rca tablet model # and android version Forum New Subwoofer Old http://puchinet.com/question-about/question-about-sa-exe.php Does a coax digital signal sound as good as a optical digital signal? You won't magically get better sound by using more expensive digital cables, and you won't get more or less jitter, despite what some manufacturers claim. I don't think the problem is with the Fostex; I think the problem is that nothing is being sent through the SPDIF out on my computer's soundcard.
Maybe. The good thing about digital signals is that you notice quickly when they're not transmitted correctly. in windows 7 you right click the sound icon on the taskbar far right, click playback devices.
You need repeaters.
I am convinced that I am not deluding myself since I assumed it would be the oposite and only noticed the difference after being to lazy to switch back to SPDIF Not sure why it took so long to find a logical explanation online. Same thing for AES/EBU I'm sure - just use whatever as long as it works. Via the headphone jack? (which is 3.5mm) (sorry - I can't keep up with all the gizmos these days) Reply to jondoe9 m 0 l jsmithepa December 1, 2016 3:51:19 AM
Some optical cables have a dangling light guide adapter for those. #3 Ichinisan, Dec 5, 2016 Billb2 Platinum Member Joined: Mar 25, 2005 Messages: 2,746 Likes Received: 11 This thread In this case, will the type of spdif coaxial cable affect the sound of my recordings, depending on wether's it's a generic brand or lets say, mogami/canare? I mean, is it mandatory to use a "Digital Audio Coaxial" cable, or any RCA audio cable is OK? http://puchinet.com/question-about/question-about-irq-s.php I have a ASUS Xonar D1 soundcard, ID'd by Ubuntu as CMI8788, AV200 chip.
I ... More about : optical spdif question Best solution ssddx October 19, 2013 9:49:00 PM in windows sound settings ..... That's the only reason why I splashed out $190 on a set of van den Hul optical cables. the light path is shorter).
Could anyone instruct me on how to do this? CodesmithMay 23, 2006, 2:42 PM Soundcards can only encode to 2 ch AC3, the sole excepting being the NVIDIA SoundStorm which can encode to 5.1 AC3 and is only avaliable as The root problem: for some reason, on boot, Ubuntu 14.04 disables (mutes) the S/PDIF output on my sound card. Is it possible to write two separate Master's theses?
If so that means it will need a special cable, can I expect this cable to show up in the sound card box?I don't want to order the sound card and I've followed almost every guide and how-to to fix my sound, ... In many hours searching and testing I figured out that ... 14.04 sound alsa macbook spdif asked Dec 31 '15 at 14:11 Joule 1 0 votes 1answer 68 views Skullcandy plyr1 My conclusion is that I might have a faulty optical port.
So with the headphone jack, with the proper plugs, I could run it to any soundbar with an amplifier? I want to know HOW so that I can replicate the success. I just connected my new Rega DAC to the computer via USB, it popped up in the sound settings, and choosing it there directs sound to it just fine. I set up my computer new and installed windows 7 64bit again.
and if I wanted to set it up as stereo, quadphonic or 5.1. In very long cable runs there the audible differences may be time/phase (jitter), but that won't affect the "quality"; since it has yet to be converted to analog, if the cable The sad thing is, that it simply doesn't work, no sound. Its a wireless headset and I really don't know much about that stuff.