Analog output from my SB Live!5.1 doesn't work. Digital output does work but only the right hand speaker. In 5.1 mode test, both speakers do work, but the left speaker takes the place of middle speaker.
These tests prove that the speakers are OK, but sound card is faulty. Could I have burned the sounds card in removing and and putting back the speaker connector to the sound card output, while power was on in the speakers? The problem started after I had done that - the sound was fine before that. If that is th eproblem, what should I do to fix it?
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Re: analog mode unfunctional
In regards to your card not working in analog mode the card can only do analog or digital not both. So for analog to work you will need to turn off the digital mode. You should be able to do this in the Audio HQ. There should be a check box that you will need to uncheck. However it is been awhile since I had my Live card working so I am not directly sure where it is at but if you have trouble finding it let me know and i can set the card up on my test system.
As for the speaker test there is not a real test for digital speakers because the audio is a compressed signal. Now there has been AC3 files rigged to work like a speaker test but this was not avalible with the Live card.
Let me know if you still have trouble. If you do I will need some more info:
Make and Model of your speakers.
Model of the Live Card (Also did the card come with your computer.) The link below will show you how to find the model number on the Live card.
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in Echo console
The phones output is Analog 1-2 and the line output is Analog 3-4. In the Echo console, you can choose between the Analog 1-2 bus and the Analog 3-4 bus in the upper right hand corner. In the Analog 1-2 bus make sure you have virtual output 3-4 muted. In the Analog 3-4 bus make sure you have the virtual output 1-2 muted. From within your audio application you can now assign your headphones output and your house (line) output.
Hope this is some help.
Does this card have 5.1 output or a combination of analog and digital output? If so when you go into
the movie player your using check to see how the options are setup do the options match your sound setup if your using a 2.1 sound system with the soundcard/movieplayer setup for 5.1 this
could easily cause the problem(or vice versa). Or if you have your sound system hooked up to analog sound and the movie player is using HDMI Check the settings with your movie player also check the settings under my computer-- control panel -- Sounds and Audio devices.
It all has to do with your VST Connections in Cubase LE (if you are using Cubase LE).
What you have to do is:
1)Go in and label you inputs and outputs in the Device Setup. Select " US 122L-US 144" Here your inputs and outputs should be displayed. You should be able to see which input is "active" and which ones are "inactive".
2) After noting which ones are active label these devices. Click the "Show As" section and label you "active" outputs as speakers or whatever you like. Also label you inputs which should be your mic or MIDIs.
3) After labeling, click " VST System Link" and make sure the correct input and output is selected, Example: (Input: AKG Perception 220, Out-put: Speakers/ Headphones) Hit Ok!
4) Bring up the "VST Connections" menu (F4) or (Device> VST Connections). Clear out all your outputs and inputs!
5) In your outputs click "Add Bus" Select stereo and 1. This should come up as whatever you labeled the outputs ( Speakers/Headphones for me!)
6) In your inputs click " Add Bus" Select Mono and 2. Here is where you should get one input that says the name of your input( AKG Perception 220 in L) The one below it should be ( US-144 Analog R or L) Click this and choose your Microphone! You should have the 2 options with your microphone named.
7) Test it (record something) and see if it works and plays in both ears if you want more clarification feel free to message me!!!!!!!
go into the control console for the creative sound, see if you can adjust the digital output for dts. you may have to activate it. use the internal or external decoder..i do believe the logitec speakers have the decoder in it. i have a set also, and they decode bolth ways, love those speakers. only difference is i use the audigy card.try what i said,good luck.