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ATI HDMI Sound Issues – AVS Forum | Home Theater Discussions And Reviews
First off I installed the card in the second slot, booted up Vista 64bit, then checked the Device Manager and the device was there. Feb 24, About The Project The vision of the MediaPortal project is to create a free open source media centre application, which supports all advanced media centre functions, and is accessible to all Windows users. Advertisement Guests Only Login or Register to remove this ad.
Everything now hooked up I tried testing the sound, through songs to just using the testing features under the sound device May 26, Am I doing something wrong here guys?
I will try it though because I have a different codec set up and it may work Feb 27, I have never found this fact stated anywhere. Jun 24, Share on Facebook Share on Twitter. Ai so here is what I am trying to do maybe i just can’t do this I was on the right input Find More Posts by Flyordie. Jan 14, Maybe this is also possible with our AV?
Also, there is no audio device in device manager at the sound devices section. Installed the Realtek driver, nothing changed. Then just use the optical outputs instead of HDMI.
But bare with me, the question is probably simple for you: I have it currently hooked up to tai onkyo txs-r receiver, however when it was connected to my tv directly there was no audio.
I could see the meter moving as if the volume was going up, but nothing came out of my receiver Test it out, see if you have sound. I installed the drivers for the Realtek audio, version 2.
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ATI Hdmi Audio Problem
I know my TV is capable of that, as yesterday I was playing music in Linux on my Fermi card just fine. The vision of the MediaPortal project is to create a free open source media centre application, which supports all advanced media centre hd,i, and is accessible to all Windows users.