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    SP13000 - Line Input - Sirius Radio

    I'm a little disappointed in the SP13000 sound capabilities. I originally thought that with the three jacks I would be able to have line in and 4 channel output. I find out it's one or the other. So I sacrifice my 4 channel output so I can have a line in. Get everything hooked up and the line input quality is ****ty. I can't believe how bad it is. I hooked up the sirius feed to some headphones and it sounds good. Is everyone experiencing such poor line input quality? Is my best option to disable onboard sound and get a Audigy2 NX? Thanks for your help.

    Jon

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    I had an iMic laying around and was able to set my onboard as output to speakers and use winamp line-in plugin to bring in the siruis through the iMic. Sometimes just posting helps.

    Jon

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    I'm still having trouble with the audio quality. It seems like most of the low end mainly mid-range and bass are missing. Anyone else having trouble? I have used the EQ to get a little bit back, but not enough.

    Thanks

    Jon

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