does your motherboard support SPDIF output?
Another comment about the modded Realtek R2.67 X-Fi drivers:
When using the standard Realtek drivers that came with the motherboard, placing or receiving a call through Centrafuse, call volume was really low, almost impossible to hear sometimes. This was also true with my two previous Intel motherboards that had Realtek chips. When using these modded drivers, the call volume is actually too loud. I have to set the call volume at 50%. Diggin' it.
Columbus V-800 5hz GPS came in.
This thing is super small and also has a magnet which is nice. And it's working fast, fast, fast! Average cold start is around 25 seconds. And with the internal battery, the average warm/hot start is 3-5 seconds. It works perfect with Hibernate and Sygic. It's a sad day to put my BU-353 to rest but this unit is just better in every way.
Crucial 128gb SSD should be here tomorrow. Last piece of the new setup. Will post more updates when the setup is finalized.
just to let you know, mo-co-so has the screen with a capacitance panel attached for $315 or so :)
i think ill be getting one :D
Yes it does have internal SPDIF header I believe and also an optical/toslink output on the back. As I don't have an amp that supports that I'm just using 3 x 3.5" to RCA cables. Works fine for me. I have two amps, one just for my 2 Infinity 10" subs and one amp for my interior speakers. I didn't take pictures of that part of my project.
SSD came in today. Installed Windows 7 and loaded all my drivers and software again on the new drive and will be pulling my current setup out of the car this weekend if I got time.
Install looks great, very clean and professional.