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Can't hear 6 channels for some reason.

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by wolfgangam, Jan 14, 2011.

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  1. wolfgangam

    wolfgangam Thread Starter

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    Hello everyone,

    I have the following motherboard: Asus p5q pro, it got digital out put, RCA and I connected it to my receiver
    Yamaha RX-V559, I also have installed on that motherboard Creative sound X-Fi Xtreme Audio if that meters and It does not have
    Digital out put.

    I'm working with Windows 7 and the problem is that When i'm playing HD movies that uses 6 channels my receiver does not
    change the settings to Dolby DIgital Or DTS like it should, it used to work...
    Also when I use the test for supported formats in Windows 7 the receiver does change to Dolby/DTS.
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  2. wolfgangam

    wolfgangam Thread Starter

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    I have reinstalled the Realtek driver but still can't get it to work
     
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    re-opened as requested
     
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