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I just tried the E17 on another computer in my house, and it worked fine. Came back and tried it on my computer, still does the same thing with no sound output.
I just tried the E17 on another computer in my house, and it worked fine. Came back and tried it on my computer, still does the same thing with no sound output.
I purchased an E17 for use with my HD598's... I've currently got the E17 hooked up via USB to my PC, and have the E17 in USB-mode. The mixer in Windows shows there is sound playing, yet I cannot hear anything.   OS: Win7 x64 MB: ASUS M4A87TD-USB3 (AM3 socket) CPU: Phenom II X4 955   I have ASIO4All installed, as well as FiiO's E17 drivers (FiiO USB DAC-E17 ACPL)  
    It shows sound coming through (As I said.) I also have ASIO4ALL installed, as well as E17 drivers from the Fiio website (Fiio USB DAC-E17 ACPL).   It said 'ASIO Driver Status' is non-active/stop, not sure if it's supposed to be like that...
I purchased an E17 for use with my HD598's... I've currently got the E17 hooked up via USB to my PC, and have the E17 in USB-mode. The mixer in Windows shows there is sound playing, yet I cannot hear anything.   OS: Win7 x64
Thanks everyone!   Final question;   I really enjoy listening to music when playing.   Would there be a noticeable difference between using say, a cheaper Xonar, over an on-board audio solution?
Wow! 558's look amazing!     Question I've been meaning to ask; What would be the difference for open and closes pairs? (I assume for noise-isolation, but anything else?)
 On-board audio currently I have only experienced Closed, so I can't really say for sure. (Environment is in my own room, not a lot of background noise). Gaming-wise, it's mainly SC2, League of Legends etc... Games that don't really require much 'pin-point surround precision' I suppose.
Introduction: Another PC gamer here :D ! Not sure if any of you Head-Fi'ers are familiar with LinusTechTips, but after watching more and more videos, I've finally come to the decision to split away from 'gaming headsets' to a more traditional pair of cans and a Zalman mic.   What do I plan to use them for?: Funk, Electro, Nu-disco, Jazz/ec (No rock/anything heavy like that) and for gaming.     What am I looking for?:  1.) Comfort (Pref. for long durations *6+...
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