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Get a wired lapel microphone and plug it into the microphone input on your Dell. The onboard mic is designed to record all ambient sounds. You want a different product to get the result you're looking for.
I have researched this same problem with my SB X-FI Fatality Gamer Edition and the answer I came up with is that you cannot output sound ( at least not 5.1 surround sound ) through the SPDIF out. Supposedly, this port is used for " some other reason " that I could never clarify. The only solution I ever uncovered was to buy the breakout box for the sound card.
Check the cables in the back If i remember the Component Red jack is right next to the audio out jacks (also a red jack) if the audio cable is hooked up to the component jacks this will cause a humming static noise