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    VEETID.....

    Thank you for the latest of the Centrafuse Line. I think all of my past gripes have been resolved.
    My HQCT is now working....
    Last night uninstalled my older version of Centrafuse, deleted the directory and rebooted. Installed the new version and all seems OK.

    I then configured the RADIO option for my HQCT, and it worked the first time... 90%. My only question is, when playing the radio, The sound quality is very basey and quieter than I would think it should be. Not muted, all volumes are set properly in windows.
    I did try running the HQCT program and the sound output is correct.

    Would anyone have any ideas?
    Hardware: VIA-SP13000, M2-ATX, Voom case, HQCT, Linksys WiFi, Bluetooth, 512MB, 80GB, Dynamix 706.
    Software: XP Pro (stripped), Drivers only, Road Runner, CentriFuse, EzSync
    99% done... [never completely finished... a continuing hobby]

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    This is the HQCT settings... They were hard coded in the last release...

    I have added a config XML file to the HQCT radio module folder, so in the upcoming update release you will be able to modify the Bass, Treble, Loudness, and Volume...

    I have 5 more fixes to make and then I will release an update and a new version...

    david
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    • #3
      Thank you...

      All of your hard work is very much appreciated. I know I speak for all of us whom use your applications.

      Thanks again...
      Tony
      Hardware: VIA-SP13000, M2-ATX, Voom case, HQCT, Linksys WiFi, Bluetooth, 512MB, 80GB, Dynamix 706.
      Software: XP Pro (stripped), Drivers only, Road Runner, CentriFuse, EzSync
      99% done... [never completely finished... a continuing hobby]

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      • #4
        question: will centrafuse pull hqct audio off of a sound card or does it have to be through the onboard sound card? I can't get hqct and CF to work properly with my current sound card.

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        • #5
          For anyone who is interested, I have posted a modified build of the CFHQCT.dll that initialized the Loudness to 50, up to my server, for those who (such as myself) cannot be patient enough to wait for the built in support . Download at http://www.scottpm.com/cf/plugins/CFHQCT.zip. It pretty much gets rid of the "bassiness" that you hear.

          EDIT : Built in support is here (V1.13).
          http://www.fluxmedia.net/

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pwntbypat View Post
            question: will centrafuse pull hqct audio off of a sound card or does it have to be through the onboard sound card? I can't get hqct and CF to work properly with my current sound card.
            Is your current sound card the default "Recording Device" in your Windows Sound Settings? I had an issue similar to this before and the problem was that the Windows Recording Device was set to my USB microphone, not the sound card that I wanted to pull audio from...
            http://www.fluxmedia.net/

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            • #7
              So the HQCT unit works pretty well in CF? I tried a different USB tuner and it was hopeless so I've been haning out for th HQCT. Recommended?

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              • #8
                It is working well for me. Still some noise in the background that in the next few weeks I will be messing with, installing ground loop isolators and such, but overall MUCH better than the other NON-AUTOMOTIVE devices out there...
                http://www.fluxmedia.net/

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