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I have only one slot for audio out whereas I want to use a 6 channel (5.1 surround system) with my PC. What to do? Please Help.

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A4ankur: are you even sure that your PC's sound card supports 5.1? If in fact it does, it should have far more slots than you describe. If it does not, you should look into purchasing a new one in order to correctly utilitze your new speakers. This will involve going into the case of your PC but it is not a daunting task. I wouldn't purchase the cheapest one I could find. Nonetheless, they are not terribly expensive. Just make sure you get a PCI sound card and that is in fact 5.1. Many come with a number of output options and that would be recommended.

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Sorry. Not enuff information to help you. I assume you mean a 5 or 6 way surround sound system and the center channel isn't working continuously as it should. This however,this isn't laptop repair related. If it is your laptop, please provide more info as to your issue.

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Your potential problem is that your audio drivers are missing. You may get the drivers from your motherboard CD or motherboard manufacturer's site. But most of the times realtek audio drivers work for most of the system. You may get it from here. http://tinyurl.com/realtekaudio

In the above website, please select the required drivers viz., 2 or 6 or 8 channel drives. If you have just two speakers, two channel is your need. If you have a 5.1 surround or 7.1 surround setup speakers, you may choose 6 or 8 channels respectively. I guess this should solve your problem. And a simple request, please post more technical information about your problem to get more straight answers.
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NOTE: Choosing a 6 channel driver won't make your stereo (2 channel) speakers sound like 5.1 stereo.

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You will only get stereo sound from that TV matched with that Coby instead of full surround sound, without purchasing additional equipment.

That Coby DVD-937 only has Digital Audio outputs rather than inputs, which is very strange and complicates our problem immensely. You will get 5-channels with DVD or radio play, but getting 5 channels for TV is not possible without additional equipment.

The manual for the Coby mentions a "Digital Decoder Amplifier," which would work. You would connect a digital audio cable from the area marked "Coaxial" on the back of the Coby to a digital audio IN on the back of an external amplifier. You would connect the speakers to this amplifier, instead of directly to the back of the Coby. Then you would need a cable or satellite box with digital audio outs (fairly common nowadays) to another digital audio IN on the back of the amplifier. The cable or sat box you may have already, but you may need to purchase such a "Digital Decoder Amplifier" or other digital amplifier with appropriate speaker wires and 2 digital audio input slots (not to mention two digital audio cables). Fairly complex. Possibly expensive.

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I have a x-540 speaker system I brought today. Do I need a sound card to make it work with my pc. I hook it up/no sound.


A stereo computer system with resources to produce and record surround sound channels. Such surround sound channels are played or recorded using an audio card added to the computer system, which audio card controls additional speakers and/or microphones. Software for redirecting instructions from existing stereo application programs and sending these instructions to the existing audio device driver and the additional audio device driver is needed. Resources for processing the digital audio data for either extracting surround sound channels from two channel data provided by the application, or for encoding two sets of two channel audio data recorded by the two audio cards is also needed

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Hi nrls14, it can get pretty confusing with Gigabyte.
Go to page 9 in your manual or Pg 13 if using Adobe Reader. Motherboard layout. If you download the manual which is in pdf format you'll be able to enlarge the manual which will help you to see everything much better.
Download manual from here: http://china.giga-byte.com/FileList/Manual/motherboard_manual_7n400pro2_e.pdf
This is the English manual. (Downloading from china is a faster site).
Find SUR_CEN located between PCI slots 2 & 3 on the motherboard. Than go to pg 32 in manual or pg 36 in pdf. Set the pins SUR_CEN. Set a jumper over pins 1&2 & 5&6.
Front Audio Connector, leave a jumper across pin 5&6 & 9&10 (Default). On page 22 in manual, pg 26 pdf. Follow Method1:
Instructions. (Test your speaker system). You may need some tweaking & this can be done with the software included on the Gigabyte CD by installing the sound effects manager. Go to page 78 in your manual or pg 82 in pdf. Page 80 in manual, pg 84 in pdf. For six channel 5.1 sound. If you decide to use the Advanced 6 Channel Analog Audio Output Mode (using Audio Combo Kit, Optional Device). Follow the instructions on page 81 in manual or pg 85 in pdf. (Do not let the picture on pg 81 spook you). Pg 81 shows a set of pins not located in-between the two PCI slots. You make this connection by removing the two jumpers on SUR_CEN & plug in the SURROUND-KIT on to SUR_CEN pins. Lastly, both motherboard manuals are the same for the GA-7N400 & the GA-7N400 Pro.

Good luck nrls14!
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Sound card


jonny,
  • just place it in your motherboard's PCI slot.
  • boot your system and install driver for it.
  • After successfull installation of driver you will be able to use your sound card.

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Iqbal

May 18, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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External speaker wire where does it go


Audio Ports
These audio connectors are used for audio devices. You can differentiate the color of the audio jacks for different audio sound effects.
1)Line-In (Blue) - Line In, is used for external CD player, tapeplayer or otheraudio devices.
2)Line-Out (Green) - Line Out, is a connector for speakers or headphones.
3)Mic (Pink) - Mic, is a connector for microphones.
4)RS-Out (Black) - Rear-Surround Out in 4/ 5.1/ 7.1 channel mode.
5)CS-Out (Orange or Yellow) - Center/ Subwoofer Out in 5.1/ 7.1 channel mode.
6)SS-Out (Gray) - Side-Surround Out 7.1 channel mode.

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Surround cuts out???


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