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Maya44 poor sound quality


I have installed a Maya44 PCI card in an 2 Ghz AMD computer, 1 gig of RAM, 2 SATA hard drives,

Behringer mixer , amp and Peavey speakers...

start to turn up the music and it installed the MAYA and put a cheapish soundblaster card in and its fine

anyone any ideas


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Re: Maya44 poor sound quality

Check the maya graphics card audio settings. there may be some improper audio setup. the Maya 44 card audio codec and filters are not supported by your OS. Your system configuration is good. there may not be any problem with Pc compatibility. only because OS audio codecs. try dowloading codecss for this audio rendering device

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