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Created On: 03/14/2005 03:06 AM
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 03/14/2005 03:06 AM
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Geetung
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I have a Asus A7V600-X mobo and when I installed it and plugged in a pair of speakers into the line out port, very little sound like whispers would come out of it, even when I turn the volume up to 100%. I am using the onboard sound, The quality of the sound was like staticity FM radio quality. Do anybody know whats the problem

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 03/14/2005 03:23 AM
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QUOTE (Geetung @ Mar 13 2005, 11:06 PM) I have a Asus A7V600-X mobo and when I installed it and plugged in a pair of speakers into the line out port, very little sound like whispers would come out of it, even when I turn the volume up to 100%. I am using the onboard sound, The quality of the sound was like staticity FM radio quality. Do anybody know whats the problem
Well the first thing I would do is check the back of the computer. Make sure you have your computer speakers in all the way. By the way, you wouldnt have a second pair of speakers, even if they are old and or cheap, so that you could test them out and make sure the speakers you are using arent bad.

Now this is the sound the Asus uses
ADI AD1888 6-channel CODEC
S/PDIF out interface

And you may wish to get the newest drivers for it. ADI, analog.com, I am unfamiliar with, but was unable to find any drivers on their website, unlike realtek or cmedia. http://www.asus.com.tw/support...d/it...0-X&Type=Latest' ">http://www.asus.com.tw/support...e=A7V600-X&Type=Latest

Take a look there for the newest drivers. You might just want to uninstall the drivers and reinstall them. Also go into control panel, sounds and audio devices and play around in there. Also check the volume controls. There might be something on.

its possible you have a bad board, or that the sound has gone out on. In that case you can RMA the board, or you can buy a new sound card. Sound cards range in prices from 10 to 150 so its up to you.
 03/14/2005 05:21 PM
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Sounds like a bad connection with your speakers. Try another pair of speakers if you can. Make sure you have the latest drivers, as bv suggested.
 03/17/2005 08:00 PM
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Geetung
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I'm using really old polk audio speakers that came with my hp computer that is using bus power and is not ac powered so should I get some speakers that are ac powered.

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 03/17/2005 08:10 PM
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also, if you aren't using the front audio ports on your case, make sure the audio header on the motherboard has the jumpers properly located on it...if not, the onboard won't work at all...

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