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Xbox 360 Not Playing LFE Signal

I like to play music through my xbox 360 streaming from my computer on Windows Media Player (not Windows Media Centre because I don't have it). The audio setting on my Xbox is Dolby Digital 5.1. I have it going to a surround sound system. When I play music on this audio setting, I only get the music coming out of the two channels, which is fine, but I also get no LFE signal (bass) going to my sub.

However, when I change the audio setting to Digital Stereo, the music comes out of the 2 channels but does send out a LFE signal to the sub.

Has anyone experienced this problem and know why this is happening?

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