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    Car speaker Issue ...

    I have my computer hooked up to my pioneer deck in my car. Sound is coming from the IDT 92HD73E built into my motherboard and gonig into the AUX in on my pioneer deck. The rear speakers sounds great but the fronts sound like garbage. They are Infinity's all around but it sounds liek the fronts are bad factory speakers. Do i need an external sound car d to fix this ? i tried a new AUX cable and that didnt work, i even tried swapping the speaker wires in the back of the deck but it had the same issue.. please HELP.


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    don't know what to tell you. it sounds like a issue with the speakers...

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    the speakers were totally fine for 2 years before this install and i havent changed anything? i raan my deck to the trunk but hooked up speakers exactly same as before..... hmmmm.... i have seperate tweeters in the fronts, would that have anything to do with it?... should the audio from the sound card get seperated evenly to all 4 speakers?

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    Do the fronts ever sound good - ie, when from a Pioneer source?

    If so, maybe its RCAs or line levels etc.

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    ya the fronts sounded great, same with rears.... all i did differently now is the audio that comes from the PC is going in the AUX in on the deck. But i did that before from my iphone and the audio was fine...

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    How do you have the audio set up on the PC?
    If you're piping simp0le stereo into your head unit, then the audio needs to be set to simple stereo speakers.

    You might also check to see if you have the most current manufacturer-supplied driver for your audio hardware.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    Quote Originally Posted by DarquePervert View Post
    How do you have the audio set up on the PC?
    If you're piping simp0le stereo into your head unit, then the audio needs to be set to simple stereo speakers.

    You might also check to see if you have the most current manufacturer-supplied driver for your audio hardware.


    thanks, ill try that out later on today.....

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