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No surround through S/PDIF

I hooked up my system to my pc through S/PDIF it's digital and should send through all channels, but in stead it reads on display as a stereo source and I'm not getting any surround channels. PLEASE HELP

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  • jansenonline Feb 05, 2008

    maybe I wasn't clear, I connected my pc to the surround system using an optical wire, the soundcard I just bought, a creative soundblaster X-Fi Gamer also has an optical S/PDIF port, so what should I add?? Thanks in advance

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The problem is that your system does not support surround via S/PDIF. It detects it as a regular stereo jack. You could always add a digital out to your PC such as Optical or Coax Digital.

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