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Creative Sound Blaster Audiology Problem


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brettxw

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I have a creative sound blaster audiology soundcard. I have 2 sets of speakers each with a sub hooked up. When I go into the Creative Sound Blaster Audio configuration and do a test on all the speakers, all 4 speakers work. Now, when I listen to WINAMP or Win Med Play. Only one set of speakers work and nothing comes out of the others. I went into the Sound control panel and messed around in there by changing the type of speaker set up from 2 to 5.1 and so forth. Still nothing. Anyone have any idea or clue how I can fix this?
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In the Audio Control Panel from Windows, were you able to select how many speakers you are outputting from?
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Yes. I did every option and still nothing. Im really lost on this one. Since I can configure the speakers through the Audiology configuration menu and they work fine but they wont when I play through winamp or a dvd. (only one set of speakers work). Boggles my mind haha
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Have you tried updating the sound card drivers? That might help. If not, does Winamp offer speaker setup or configuration?
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Its not just winamp, its also when I useWindows Media Player. I even went into the sound control and did the windows default sounds and still nothing. Im totally lost on this.
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