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is this thread still active? it seems like the images in the first post are no longer hosted, does anyone have them saved?

 

my x-fi elite pro recently bit the dust, it was causing my computer to crash. upon inspection, it seems i have a few bulging caps (3 of the 4 medium sized ones that go across the top in a row, and the power filter cap), so i figured i could try re-capping + hotrodding my card.

I suggest visiting this thread http://www.head-fi.org/t/589078/almis-x-fi-mod-hotrodding-sound-blaster-x-fi-models only 6 pages :)

post #2192 of 2194

Hi,

 

First, sorry for my english....

 

I have an Auzentech HomeTheater.

I have the sound like this video.

 

I don't know for what the sound is like a sh**. I try with an other opamp, like when i buy the card. But Nothing.

Is only the analog part as the sound like that and the cdmi and spdif works good.

Is the filter capacitor or the chipset ??

Chipset are cold. If is the capacitor filter with one i try to change ???

 

 

Thank you for you're help...

post #2193 of 2194

hi Everybody
i need help with my Asus Xonar DS
i want to short some caps for better sound clarity but i don't know which one...
i have done it whith my X-fi and the difference it's amazing

i thank you for your help in advance :)

sorry for my english

post #2194 of 2194

hi Everybody
i need help with my Asus Xonar DS & My Xi-Fi Xtreme Audio
i want to short some caps for better sound clarity but i don't know which one...

THX

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