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Old 08-08-04, 01:10 AM   #22
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Default Re: What would you rate Doom 3 on a scale of 1-10?

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Originally Posted by jAkUp
Go to windows control panel, change your speaker setup to "surround sound speakers" I had the same problem with my 4.1's. Now that I set it, the positional audio is fantastic
Wow it works! But not too well for me... cant really hear much from the rear speakers for some reason. Even when i play with the NVmixer settings and turn the fronts all the way down and the rears all the way up, they are still extremely quiet. I need to get myself a set of Logitech Z680s. I just wish they werent so damned expensive.

Whats a good set of speakers that has a Dolby Digital 5.1 decoder? Preferebly through optical S\PDIF (like the 680s). I love my sound, if im getting speakers, im getting ones that decode Dolby 5.1, since my Soundstorm encodes it
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