I will buy some other sound card(must have ASIO, internal routing and Win7 support) and see if will work... And if will work I will try put this Claro Halo in home pc but I think it wil not work on it because OS is Win 2003. Before all this I will tomorrow remove mini pci express UMTS card which share same IRQ if this is problem, but currently I don't use it yet because is in case and provide interference(I can hear when search network in speakers)...
but there is now way to bypass VAC?
ok ok i understand :Pthanks....so you see an improvement between onboard audio driver vs vac?
Technically, I am grabbing the audio signal from the onboard audio driver, and then using audio mulch to distribute, and process the signal, and then send it to my external audio card.
So far, I really like it this way! No worries about buffer issues, or different programs trying to resample the entire audio stream, or compatibility between programs.
So far, it took only 5 min to setup, and I have had zero issues with it.
For other audio mulch users: in console, you can adjust the output level of a certain 'wire' by right clicking on the wire- is there a similar option in audio mulch anywhere?
isuus like poping etc....but you didnt se any diference in sound quality?
So far, I have not had any audio quality issues at all.
I really think that there was just too many programs messing with the audio signal- like having 1 small cake in a classroom full of hungry fat kids...
ok , but i am not talking about issus...i wonder if you had any sound improvement like this :P....like the sound is clearer...deeper....more easy to locate instruments...etc....for me those are not issues...just more sq than before
Quality wise, it did not change any of it- but I have recently added some jl audio cl-rlc pre amp volume controls that have drastically made everything better