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    RR skins with F/R Volume Fade?

    Are there any RR skins which offer front/rear volume fade? Most of them seem to offer balance but I'm using 4 channel audio and need a fade adjustment also.

    If possible it would also be nice to have the fade included in EQ presets so that I could associate the F/R volume with EQ settings. The sound blaster control panel settings allow this to be changed, but the controls are too tiny for touchscreen use.

    My problem is that my carputer is in a convertible, and it requires drastically different settings depending on whether the top is up or down.

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    RR can control/load/save volumes and presets for any audio line on your sound card -- just provide the audio line name and it will work.. you may have to edit your skin with the appropriate settings but you can definitely do it. I do not know of any skin that has those controls by default. but if you just want different presets, you can simply adjust the settings on the windows mixer, save the preset, then load it whenever you'd like to without actually having a skin edited.
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    Unfortunately Front/Rear is not available on the Windows Mixer. It can only be adjusted in the Audigy mixer.

    Is there an FAQ on audio settings you can direct me towards? I'm perfectly happy being told RTFM, but so far i can't find TFM on this issue.

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    Are you sure it doesn't show in the windows mixer by selecting what to show/hide in it ?

    If it doesn't show in the windows mixer, I'm afraid no application will be able to control it.. not RR nor anything else.. so you're stuck with the manufacturer's application unless you can find an alternate driver to add those audio lines.
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    I've got front, rear, sub, etc controls in my windows mixer.

    I'm not sure if it lets you adjust the balance seperately for the front/rear channels, but definately can control volume level.

    This is using the onboard sound on a commell LV-671 miniITX board.
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