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Not receiving input through spdif connector

We digitize tapes using a Midiman Flying Cow a/d converter and
Sonic Foundry's SoundForge 6.0 software. I just got a new Dell
XPS 360i, installed the old software, and installed the old M-Audio
Delta Audiophile 2496 sound card. I downloaded and installed a new
Vista driver for the sound card.

SoundForge recognizes the SPDIF connector as an input device, but
I don't get a signal. I can get audio through the Line 1/2 inputs on the
sound card (connecting the tape player directly to the sound card.) That's
not what we want, though; we want to use the external a/d converter.

The old driver that came with the sound card (must have been for
Windows XP) didn't seem to work. SoundForge offered the input device
choice "Bad wav input 2". I tried it; it didn't work :-).

It's probably something to do with the driver settings, but I don't understand
them - they're not enough like the old ones for me to figure out. Please help!

Thanks!!

Heidi
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SOURCE: RECORDING GUITAR USING AUDIOPHILE FIREWIRE AND GUITAR RIG 3

I've ran the audio in on my sound card to my mixer and had the guitar on the mic in.  I've also ran the line in to a small cracker amp.  Keep it turned down. If I would directly connect it use an adaptor.  I haven't tried using a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter and directly connected to it as I wanted to control the tone. I don't see why it wouldn't work.  Keep everything muted and turned all the way down when you first connect it.  Then start raising volumes slowly  I will try and report back As far as spdif you're just recording analog to digital conversion.  I get more realisitc sound just keeping it analog til it hits my line in.  Have a quality sound card.  Not some walmart special.  I use Adobe Audition 1.5 to multichannel record.  

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WHAT DOES IT DO I HAVE NO IDEA HOW DOES IT WORK?


A sound card (also known as an audio card) is an internal Computer expansion card that facilitates economical input and output of audio signals to and from a computer under control of computer programs. The term sound card is also applied to external audio interfaces that use software to generate sound, as opposed to using hardware inside the PC. Typical uses of sound cards include providing the audio component for multimedia applications such as music composition, editing video or audio, presentation, education and entertainment (games) and video projection.
Sound functionality can also be integrated onto the motherboard, using components similar to plug-in cards. The best plug-in cards, which use better and more expensive components, can achieve higher quality than integrated sound. The integrated sound system is often still referred to as a "sound card". Sound processing hardware is also present on modern video cards with HDMI to output sound along with the video using that connector; previously they used a SPDIF connection to the motherboard or sound card.

I hope this helps you.

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I want sb0220 sound driver


http://download.cnet.com/creative-labs-sound-blaster/3000-2120_4-10022925.html
This is the latest driver update for the Sound Blaster Live! series of audio cards only for users running Windows 95 and 98. This release includes updated version of Surround Mixer 1.0 and AudioHQ, 1024-voice software MIDI synth for Sound Blaster Live! (Option to select up to 1024 software voices), and improved support for Occlusion and Obstruction effects in EAX2.0
http://download.cnet.com/creative-labs-sound-blaster/3000-2120_4-10005159.html

If you're using Windows 95/98, you can download this file and update your Sound Blaster 16, Sound Blaster 32, and Sound Blaster AWE drivers. Please refer to the readme file for installation instructions. This new version solves the audio distortion problem that occurred when the Sound Blaster 16Xpress chip was left running overnight.

http://download.cnet.com/sound-blaster-pci128-drivers/3000-2120_4-10038063.html This is an updated driver release for Creative Sound Blaster PCI128 for Windows NT only

http://download.cnet.com/sound-blaster-audigy-driverpack/3000-2120_4-10198813.html The driver contains optimized support for Windows 2000/XP operating systems and is designed for use with all current models of Sound Blaster Audigy audio cards (all existing Sound Blaster Audigy Card to SB023x models). Features includes: drivers are WHQL Certified; provides Dolby Digital decoding from external SPDIF Input; speaker settings in Creative Audio Mixer are synchronized with Windows Multimedia setting; new presets and effects added.

http://download.cnet.com/creative-sound-blaster-audigy/3000-2120_4-10198811.htmln This update is for all Audigy 2 and Audigy 2 ZS series audio cards, which include the Platinum, Platinum eX, Platinum Pro, Digital Audio and Gamer versions. This update is not meant for original Audigy series audio cards. This update contains additional features and fixes to improve the performance of your Creative Sound Blaster Audigy 2 or Audigy 2 ZS series audio card.


on cnet download.com you can find these drivers hope one of these will help






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What are the jumper settings


Jumper JP1 is used for the selection of the SPDIF channel from the DIGITAL OUT connector. This jumper must not be tempered with.

PIN Function 1 SPDIFOUT1 (AC-3 SPDIF, depends if there is software support) 2 Output 3 SPDIFOUT3 (Rear channel)a53f86e.jpg

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Midiman Midisport 4x4 USB freezes


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RECORDING GUITAR USING AUDIOPHILE FIREWIRE AND GUITAR RIG 3


I've ran the audio in on my sound card to my mixer and had the guitar on the mic in.  I've also ran the line in to a small cracker amp.  Keep it turned down. If I would directly connect it use an adaptor.  I haven't tried using a 1/4 to 1/8 adapter and directly connected to it as I wanted to control the tone. I don't see why it wouldn't work.  Keep everything muted and turned all the way down when you first connect it.  Then start raising volumes slowly  I will try and report back As far as spdif you're just recording analog to digital conversion.  I get more realisitc sound just keeping it analog til it hits my line in.  Have a quality sound card.  Not some walmart special.  I use Adobe Audition 1.5 to multichannel record.  

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Spdif pins


First of all when you got these pictures were they from *********** board?If they were did you wear a wrist bracelet to prevent Electro Static Discharge (ESD)? If not you may have just ruined your computer. But there is a chance you didn't. Next I am not positive but you might need to get a three pin SPDIF connector from Radio Shack. But I would try the one you have. See if it works. But I must warn you going inside your computer if you are not a technician can be very harmful to your computer. So if you take my advice Touch some part of metal on the outside edge so you are grounded to your computer.

P.S. Damage from ESD may not be right away. It can be months from when the computer was shocked. If my advice doesn't work tell me and i will give you much more help.

Hope this Helps.
RCF

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Not getting dolby digital or dts


Not available on this unit...accordianman

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