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  • Audigy 2 NX full volume after resume

    I hope this is not a dumb (already answered) question, but I just replaced the built-in sound of my EPIA M-10000 board with an Audigy-2 NX. Wow. It is so much more capable. It drives the amp in the car much more cleanly and to much higher volume, plus the graphic EQ is there, so I can use Frodoplayer instead of WinAmp (don't need winamp's EQ anymore).

    Just one problem - when I turn the car off (hibernate) and turn it back on (unhibernate) the volume is 100%. OUCH!!

    I have Frodo set NOT to go to 100% on resume, and if I kill Frodo before hibernation the volume of anything on the system is 100% after resuming - so it must be something the NX is doing on its own.

    Does anyone know where within all these menus there might be a setting for the NX to stop it from doing this, or is there some other solution?
    SeeYa! -Jim-

  • #2
    When I searched I found this thread:

    http://mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthre...y+resume+issue

    Which describes using the wave volume instead of the main volume as a work around. Perhaps no one has found a more permanent solution as yet...
    SeeYa! -Jim-

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    • #3
      Yep, it's a known problem with the NX. One work around is to configure FP to use WAVE for volume control and this just set your MASTER to 100%. The NX resume from hibernation problem appears to only affect MASTER. That's the only solution I've seen.
      2004 4runner

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      • #4
        doh, you beat me to it!
        2004 4runner

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        • #5
          Originally posted by rando
          doh, you beat me to it!
          Heh... yeah. Not by much - we were simul-typing.

          I figured I'd better mention that I *had* done a search and found this work around (but no solution) - otherwise I'd get beat up with "do a search, newb" responses.

          Thanks for your comments.
          SeeYa! -Jim-

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