February 8th, 2001 03:19 PM
I think this will answer your questions.
"Do or do not. There is no try."
April 20th, 2000 07:25 AM
Don't you need an X-Gamer, MP3, or Plantinum edition for digital output?
April 17th, 2000 07:45 AM
Got this from Crutchfield
Maximum RMS Power Handling refers to the amount of power a speaker can handle on a continuous basis.
Peak power handling refers to the amount of power a speaker can...
March 29th, 2000 01:57 AM
YES Aug1516! I've had the same exact problem. Anytime I browse the web or check email the sound gets distorted. I fixed it though and hope this helps you. Go to preferences>output in Winamp. It's...
March 24th, 2000 04:20 AM
I've had them for about a day now and they're alright. Definitely an improvement over the Win2000 built in drivers especially if you have 4-point surround. But they're not nearly as good as Liveware...
March 23rd, 2000 07:36 PM
March 10th, 2000 05:31 AM
I'm getting sick of this lack of support from Creative. They are suppose to be one of the leaders in the industry yet often fall behind with their drivers. They should have had LiveWare for Win2000...
February 20th, 2000 05:39 AM
SB Live! All current versions except value edition support digital audio as well.
February 19th, 2000 06:01 AM
I've got in and love it. It would be even better if I had digital speakers to take full advantage of it. But overall, best sound card I've ever had.
February 16th, 2000 05:51 AM
When you install Windows 2000 it will automatically install a driver for the SB Live! because it has built in support for it. As for when it will fully utilize the SB Live! refer to my earlier post:...
February 14th, 2000 08:44 PM
Got this from Creative Lab's Website
Windows 2000 will be able to recognize and perform a silent installation without prompting for new drivers. The default drivers that comes with Windows 2000...
February 2nd, 2000 09:59 PM
Full version. Its funny though. In Windows 2000, Microsoft implemented native support for the Sound Blaster Live!, but without Liveware you can't get 4 point surround sound, which is what I really...
January 24th, 2000 04:32 AM
I thnk the only hardware difference between the value and x-gamer/mp3 is the digital audio outputs which are worth the price if you have digital speakers. I just got an X-gamer to replace my value,...
January 18th, 2000 07:40 PM
Have you run the liveware setup or the Audio HQ in control panel? There are options there to setup headphones, 2, or 4 speakers. My guess (assuming all your connections are fine) is that your sound...
January 17th, 2000 06:20 AM
What OS are you running? I get the same problem in Win2000 but not in Win98SE.
January 14th, 2000 04:21 AM
Will Liveware 3.0 work with Win2000? I know it automatically detects the card, but will LiveWare work so I can get surround sound?
January 4th, 2000 02:09 AM
FamMan is totally correct. If you still want to convert mp3 files to wav files you can use the most popular mp3 player around, Winamp http://www.winamp.com . Just go to options>preferences>output...
December 19th, 1999 10:26 PM
How much did you spend on that card? If your looking for a good but inexpensive card I'd highly recommend the SB Live Value! Its less then $50 nowadays and is great for gaming and supports 3d sound.
December 15th, 1999 09:33 PM
Cambridge FPS2000 if your using the Live! X Gamer or full version. Digital sound and they look good to.
December 14th, 1999 03:02 PM
What exactly are your recording to? Are you making your own tracks and burning them on to CD. I had a similar problem before burning compilation CDs. The only solution I remember is burning at a...
December 14th, 1999 05:51 AM
Sounds like it could be an IRQ problem, though I haven't heard of fatal exceptions associated with them. You should disable all devices and see if the modem works if its the only device. Then you'll...
December 9th, 1999 10:42 PM
What are the main differences between the two cards? Is it worth upgrading from Value to the XGamer if I'm going to get FPS2000 speakers (I've got the value and FPS1000 speakers right now)?