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Your saying that mobo didn't even come with a CD/DVD to install anything, most of them do, mine came with one · actions · 2009-Nov-13 9:59 am · HaroldMLivin' the nightmarePremium I have onboard audio on my mobo but I've never been able to get sound from it. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. There are awesome external units out there. http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-and-video-card-conflicting.html

PCIe does have a fast data transfer rate but USB3 is just about as fast and there are several excellent USB3 interfaces. If you want to do it later please try logging in again. and send that to the Soundblaster SPDIF interface? I don't need a separate interface "channel" for each analog signal path, do I? http://forums.cdprojektred.com/threads/135781-New-Sound-Card-issues?p=3118811&viewfull=1

It was all really just skiting about our gear, just like the practitioners of another hobby I could name. Generated Tue, 07 Mar 2017 18:17:16 GMT by s_hp102 (squid/3.5.23) A good mid-level setup budget-wise can be done with MOTU interfaces; they used to have have an audio PCI card system but that has gone by the wayside. __________________ Jack See You don't need separate interfaces for each set of channels.

RME Babyface is only 113 ... It doesn't matter what bells and whistles the card has, or how old it is, long as it works. Click on "PROPERTIES" and select "RESOURCES". All-in-one interfaces are a-plenty on the market, but top models advertise the same 24bit/192kHz as my ancient Soundblaster ...

I have the setup.exe search for a Sound Blaster 16(which is what I have) and it says not detected! I'm noticing something interesting. Never has been, never will be. http://pressf1.pcworld.co.nz/archive/index.php/t-136427.html Uninstall the old stuff and run it.I hear ya on the job bud.

If your 'gear' wasn't by Quad, Linn, Naim or NAD it wasn't any good. I just need to find the missing link to connect it to my mobo. quality thereof" sounds to me like that statistic is an excellent indicator of the quality of the product. it's still showing the SB Live!

I don't even care though, because all I need is something to pass the binary digital signal from my ADC. http://duc.avid.com/showthread.php?t=379245 Soundblaster Audigy 2ZS interface/card has Firewire and SPDIF (digital) ... Jack, thanks again for that reply. There's an "unknown device" in device manager, but I don't know if it's possible to locate the drivers from the installer and manually install them.

I sent you a PM on here. this contact form Too many different bios configrations for me to help you find the setting but if it has an onboard sound card there will be a bios setting to disable it. However, DDO is still being stubborn. I really hope this will help you! 1 REDpoint Comment Cancel Post SigilFey Moderator Join Date: 23-06-15 Posts: 3758 REDpoints: 771 HELPpoints: 11 #3 16-10-16, 16:36 Let us know how that

There is a warning that says "WARNING: The included driver supports up to 2Gb of RAM on Windows 7 / Vista" and I have 3GB of ram. I think the game is just being stubborn. LOL why are you getting upset over a tech discussion. http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-ethernet-card-conflict.html I'll see if I'm already running that version from 06-22-06 or not.

Like I said I can plug the same green cable that goes into the sound card and it plays music from the iPod through the speakers just fine. Don't have one unless you mean the sound option in Windows 7 Control Panel. If you're running '95, it should be pretty much the same.

So you'd be looking at an external interface and what you get there depends on many factors: what computer ports do you have (USB 2, USB3, Firewire, possibly Thunderbolt but as

Black Lion Audio is truly top shelf in design and components. Maybe their recent gamer cards are "low rent" - I don't know - but the specs on my 2003 Soundblaster card are exactly the same or better than 90% of the Windows 7 tried to install drivers and it did successfully install them for the Firewire port on the card but that's it. Chilling_Silence27-02-2014, 11:25 AMYeah while not entirely accurate in every way, shape and form, these videos basically give a fantastic "overview" of how much of being an Audiophile is subject to placebo

And this is an onboard soundcard that is part of the mobo. FWIW, according to some local engineers I've consulted, once my BLA Sparrow converts my signal to digital, it doesn't matter what sound card it passes through, as long as the card valis replied Mar 7, 2017 at 1:00 PM Loading... Check This Out Surely there is another card out there besides HD Native and this old Soundblaster.

I mentioned in my first post that my ADC and sound card are capable of the max sample rate and bit rate. My system will not play a PCI sound card until I disable the onboard card. · actions · 2009-Nov-16 8:44 pm · HaroldMLivin' the nightmarePremium Memberjoin:2003-09-08Des Moines, IA

HaroldM Premium Member Chip verified the card worked in his Win7 machine before sent he said. Staff Online Now valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links

It also has MIDI in/out, 1/8" TRS out, ... ascension15, Jul 13, 2000 #3 lavigne Joined: Dec 27, 1998 Messages: 230 Are you running Win'95 or '98? Maybe I should just keep this setup? Ubuntu Logo, Ubuntu and Canonical Canonical Ltd.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Once again I'd dump that Soundblaster and adc setup and go with an all-in-one external box. I noticed many of the top interfaces are at 108, which again, is the same as the Soundblaster. if there is nothing better?

And yes, analog vs digital was one of his pet rants.... musicman691 View Public Profile Send a private message to musicman691 Find all posts by musicman691 #5 03-29-2016, 12:15 AM LochNESS Member Join Date: Mar 2016 Location: Atlanta, GA Unless you're recording 128 channels you don't need the bandwidth of pcie. __________________ Jack See profile for system details QAPLA! Ugh.

So that's why it has the Firewire and SPDIF inputs. Public comments at the end are funny, audiofools still refusing to believe that spending bucketsloads of $$ wont allways give any better sound quality- ie no difference that can actually be I'm about to just give up and buy a new sound card which sucks cuz I have no money for a sound card right now as I'm unemployed. · actions · my ADC outputs SPDIF (in addition to XLR).

I popped it in.