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September 5th, 1999, 03:31 PM
I realize this is a shot in the dark here, but has anyone seen/heard a pair of Klipsch's new multimedia speaker setup, the ProMedia v.2 400s? If so, i dont suppose youve had a chance to compare them...
August 23rd, 1999, 01:33 AM
Im probably the wrong person to answer this, as im VERY picky about sound quality. Ive only ever listened to the DS80's in stores, which can be misleading, but from what ive heard, they sound good....
August 13th, 1999, 08:22 PM
The software is also different. The full version comes with a few mixing and editing type programs. Of course, if youre anything like me, you really dont care about that. ...
August 13th, 1999, 08:16 PM
Sound quality and preferences are pretty subjective. Everyone will have their own opinion, and none are necessarily more correct than others. However, in my opinion, the SBLive! is pretty much the...
August 11th, 1999, 05:03 PM
Im not sure there are any differences. The SBLive! full comes with the I/O daughter card, and a pile of software. The SBLive! Value comes without the daugher card or software. As far as i know, the...
August 10th, 1999, 03:57 PM
Id go for the SBLive! Value. Theyre almost dirt cheap right now, you should be able to find one for well under $60US, $100CDN. Honestly, i dont think youll notice a large difference between that and...
August 10th, 1999, 03:53 PM
Sounds like some sort of interference to me. If youre comfortable with such an operation, you could try moving the card to a different PCI slot. You could also try the universal fix-all, updated...
June 26th, 1999, 11:38 AM
All of the above. Likely, since youre likely playing MP3s through the wave mapper, and since you can play WAV files fine, I would think its not a hardware issue.
1) Im assuming your old...
June 26th, 1999, 11:33 AM
Both the Live! and MX300 are great. I cant really recommend which one, I have a Live! myself, but Ive never tried the MX300. Ive never had a problem in the world with my Live!, it works great, and if...
June 25th, 1999, 06:19 PM
I havent heard this, its news to me. Ill go look around and see if I can find any info on it though. http://discussions.hardwarecentral.com/smile.gif
The FPS1000 and 2000 are a full 4 speaker set...
June 25th, 1999, 05:07 PM
Well, meh. Ive heard talk that theres a degradtaion in sound quality if you use 2 sets of speakers, instead of 1 set of 4. Frankly, I use 2 sets and it sounds absolutely fine to me. Unless youre...
June 25th, 1999, 03:36 PM
To use surround sound, you need a compatible card, such as the SBLive, not just the speakers. Since you already have 2 of the 4 speakers, you only need 2 more, and a sub if you like. I recommend the...
June 24th, 1999, 08:36 PM
Do you mean the full 4 speakers? Or do you already have 2 and just need 2 more?
"In the computer industry, there are three kinds of lies;
lies, damn lies, and benchmarks."
June 24th, 1999, 05:17 PM
I think you may be just hearing the standard Shockwave noise. Ive had 3 different soundcards over the last little while, including a Live, and they all do that.
When you take a 20mb movie and use...
June 24th, 1999, 01:51 PM
I have no idea what you just said, and while it may be true, you'll get better sound quality from 2 sets of decent speakers than from a 60$ set of Cambridge 4PointSurround, I promise you...
June 23rd, 1999, 10:19 PM
Open the mixer, using the speaker icon in the tray. Make sure nothing is muted. Also, go to Options > Properties, and change to record properties. Select "What U Hear". It's more than likely just...
June 23rd, 1999, 09:22 PM
It can be done. I use a dual boot, win 98 and win NT. I bought an SBLive, and it absolutely would NOT work in NT, so i went out and blew 10 bucks on a generic ISA card, just to play MP3s in NT. But I...
June 23rd, 1999, 09:17 PM
Toolbox said it. Don't buy one set. Most 4 speaker sets are cheap. Buy 2 different sets. I use a set of older Altec ACS300.1s in the front, and Cambridge Soundworks in the rear.
February 27th, 1999, 06:34 PM
If all other sound works fine, then you know its not the soundcard, correct? You should check the audio cable that connects your CDROM to your soundcard. Also, check your mixer settings and make sure...
February 25th, 1999, 06:47 PM
What OS are you using?
If youre using Windows NT, dont expect a PCI soundcard to work any time soon. Nothing but problems, problems, PROBLEMS.
February 21st, 1999, 07:16 PM
Theres only one way to find out for sure. Everyone has different listening tastes, so just because i say its good, doesnt mean youll like it.
Go to a Computer store where they have the Digital...
February 21st, 1999, 03:25 PM
I disagree. Ive heard PC audio systems that will blow you away. For the money youd spend on an amp and speakers, you could get an AMAZING PC audio system.
Check out the Microsoft Digital System...
February 18th, 1999, 05:57 PM
We could debate for hours over features, speed, blah blah blah. Actually its pretty simple. It all boils down to your speakers.
If youre using 2 speakers, get the MX300.
If youre using 4 speakers,...
February 7th, 1999, 08:06 PM
Mole is right, it all comes down to noise, which even the best soundcards out there cant always deal with. Much of the noise comes from simply being in a case with all those electronic devices,...
February 4th, 1999, 10:05 PM
I have been. I go to add, then select the unknown driver option at the top. I enter the directory on the CD where the drivers are (/audio/english/nt4drv/), and it comes up with an option to select...