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logitech z906 and asus xonar problems

HammerON

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Iszilveszter - please stop double posting. Use the "Edit, Quote and Multi-Quote" features please.
 
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no sound is comming out if I select the 3rd or 4th input on the logitech central console...:ohwell:
You have to select digital out or SPDIF within windows too.

Go into control pannel, sound and audio, manage audio devices and under the playback tap select SPDIF or digital out as the default device.


 
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thanks DENT1...now it works...and so to go on I have another question....:p do the br rips and hd movies have real dolby sound...it do say so in the description...but its only a forced mode since the DECODE doesent light up on the 5.1 console...this only lights up when I play DVD's...and its sound so more clearer and different than those hd movies...So do they have any real DD sound encoded? or this is lost when they are ripped....