|02-04-04, 09:55 AM||#25|
Join Date: Nov 2000
Location: Leeds, UK
my speakers have a fibre connector, just wandering how to get the absoutle most perfect sound out of my setup.
Intel Core 2 Quad Pro Q6600 @ 3.42GHz | Abit IP35 Pro | GeIL 4GB DDR2
Gainward BLISS GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB 770/1920/1070
Creative Audigy 2ZS on Logitech Z-680s
Yuraku 24" Widescreen monitor
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|02-04-04, 11:03 AM||#26|
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|02-04-04, 03:15 PM||#27|
Join Date: Aug 2002
Psy, I was referring to the programming interface DirectSound. With exposed hardware buffers, sound is easier to manage now. Psy, not familiar with the Audigy 1. My first Audigy was the 2, and recently the ZS. I fnd the sound from the ZS to be well balanced. Highs are very crisp without being tinny and lows are smooth. The mid-range does not seem to be punched up at all. The sounds reminds me of a Yamaha DSP-A1.
Now, in all fariness, I have a Class A Sansui amplifier for monitoring and a set of B&W monitors. It's not your typical home system.
sx,..I am not sure what you are on about. Without the fiber links (which the stand-alone PCI card does not have) you cannot feed a dolby digital signal to the card.
I use one computer to generate my sound, and feed it from the digital out to the digital in of another computer. The computer where the audio work is done, can create dolby digital sound in the digital domain.
The digital in allows the video editor to add the dolby digital track to the video.
Maybe I am missing something. I cannot fathom what short coming there is? Or what you are on about.
Being able to stay in the digital domain, once you get there, is always preferred. With the fiber links, you by-pass the A/D conversion needed to connect to standard audio in jacks. Without the fiber links, how do you get dolby digital into the computer?
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