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Hmm,! Reply Reply Start a New Thread Subscribe Search This Thread New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Anyway, I was looking at adding an old Sound Blaster PCI X-FI fatal1ty Pro, Gamer(Model# SB0460) and using the X-Fi card's portsjacks as essentially my front audio inputs. Hmm, I see you have the fatality version so you could just get an optical cable and output from the front bay to your reciever.

Yes, plenty of air circulation. Welcome to CPGNation.com! Those are standard 3.5. I know creative uses a proprietary cable, to attach other audio options, but since, we are disabling the on-board audio, as mentioned in #1 above, this takes care of question #3,as

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That will work as long as you have a 5.1 analog (or 6.1/7.1) input on your receiver. but mostly travel tuning Ground has to go to the battery, cannot go to a stud first. Any help is appreciated... Tango Icons © Tango Desktop Project.

This will only work for pass-through, so for games you'd only get 2 channel surround. #3 darkswordsman17, Oct 10, 2006 YOyoYOhowsDAjello Moderator
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Elite member Joined: Aug 6, 2001 You'll need this Actually I would recommend a different cable than that one as those look like pretty thin wires and I'm sure you could get better quality ones for about Also you typically need a Mini to RCA Y adapter, since the headphone jacks contain 3 wires (L+R+Ground), and a typical stereo reciever takes in L and R as seperate RCA vBulletin ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.

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Stay logged in Sign up now! Sometimes it helps to move the card to the last slot on the mobo (farthest from the cpu or graphics card). Or, do I even need the cable running to the MB F-Audio header.

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This will create a electrical noise problem at higher RPMS. If you want surround sound in games, then you'll need a 5.1 analog input on your receiver. because right now im its set at 2.1 and im only using 1 headphone jack from soundcard to the audio wires on my receiver. No, create an account now.

Not through the shut off switch? Hello guys I'm not sure if I've posted this in the right section ( I hope I have ) Right I have brought a Creative X-FI Xtreme Music the SB0670 model. For details and our forum data attribution, retention and privacy policy, see here Register Help Remember Me? ne help would b much appreciated!!

If you have installed one of these in an lt1 camaro, how did you route the wiring harness. Stay logged in CPG Nation Forum Home Forums > Tech Support Forums > FAST Support Forum > Home Quick Links Personal Details personal_conversations Your News Feed Likes Received Forums Forums Quick i remember it someone saying to use 3 pairs of those or something like that? My XFINITY Upgrade Support My Account TV Home Email Voice Pay Bill Guide Saved On Demand Constant Guard Toolbar Comcast Business More TV Internet Phone Home More Account & Settings Mobile

No, I was talking about running a cable from the Sound Blaster to the F_Audio header on the motherboard.