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post #31 of 35
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Yes but how do I select RCA

post #32 of 35

Dunno, isn't it '2 channel' that sends the signal to the RCA outputs?

post #33 of 35
Thread Starter 

Let me get this straight; do you mean setting it on 2 channel will set it on RCA? If so I have set it on 2 ch.

 

I'll ask some questions regarding the settings since you know some, what does upping the channels do? What settings are best in movie modes and gaming modes? In Music I just want Hi-FI, and 2 channel right? And also what sample rate should I set it to? 44.1khz?


Edited by Trojan Horse - 1/28/14 at 9:51am
post #34 of 35
I think you should set it to the highest sample rate possible..
The channels should be upped when gaming and watching movies with surround sound.. And Dolby should be enabled too.. Dunno about the 2 channel thing. I think you should ask one who actually owns the stx..
post #35 of 35

You select "Speakers" for the RCA Outs and "Headphone" for the HO in the back of the card. There is also FP Headphone and FP Speakers selection if you connected card to a "front panel" jack. Additionally in the STX software you can select the number of source channels, the number of speakers, Dolby effects and whether S/PDIF Out is active.

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