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Thread: kX driver solution with YouP-Pax (Audigy 2ZS)

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    kX driver solution with YouP-Pax (Audigy 2ZS)

    I had installed the kX project drivers, but they dont work with CF. This thread has another solution with line-in from onboard sound, but i dont have onboard sound So i searched for an alternative solution for using my audigy 2 zs with CF.

    U only need the YouP-Pax drivers and the Audigy4.iso to patch your audigy 2zs to audigy 4. The advantages of audigy 4 is the better software, much settings and good tools.

    On this page u have the instruction. Simply follow there instructions. Nearly all links there are down, here are some alternative links:

    The Audigy4 image, the patch and the newest YouP-Pax drivers you can find here. The spkcal (Speaker Calibrator) is uploaded here.

    Im happy with his solution, the sound is very good and every speaker can be controlled.

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    are you abte to create DSPs and xover networks, channel delay and so on? like kx does? ah btw David solved KX issues on CF RC5
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    100% installed and working :D

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