I'm trying to use the SPDIF on the m1000, it doesnt seem to be working, tho I believe I have all the settings right.
Jumper is set correctly.
SPDIF out is checked.
AC3 filter installed, and set to use SPDIF.
maybe mediaengine isnt compatible with it?! I need some help!!
Try switching the jumper over, the Epia manual is reversed! I found this out when trying to get a tv out signal...
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You have got to be ******* kidding me.. lolOriginally Posted by alliedacademian
In the manual it says to short out pins 1 & 2, so I'm guessing I short out pins 3 & 4?
Bah, screw it, I'm not installing the DDTS-100, I'll just use the 5.1 on the mobo
You must set the settings in bios for it 2 thats what i had to do on my mII 6000E im sure its the same for yours
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Hmmm....are you sure there is such an option in the BIOS? Note that you have an MII and Xtreme2k2 has an M10K. I've downloaded the manual for the MII and there is no such option in the BIOS so please post if this is wrong.Originally Posted by NiN^_^NiN
You must make sure that the RCA cable you use is rated at 75Ω (Ohm). Not every cable is suitable for SPDIF especially of the EPIA's weak SPDIF transmitter.
Don't give up so easilly...
I'm using the cable that came with the unit, I would think that it would work.Originally Posted by Seth
I'm not sure if I'll go back to the DDTS-100, the onboard 5.1 is working just fine, except for the volume adjustment problem (front speakers set as master, but I'm looking into a way to fix it.)
I was thinking about the DDTS-100 and using, and considering the settings are lost when the power is off, and you have to adjust the volume on the actual unit, I'm just not liking that... Seems more complicated than it has to be... I dont know..