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    I looked at the source code and that appears to be correct. The class module used doesnt support spdif. I searched for one that does and came up with nothing. There must be something out there though. I'll keep looking.
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    There seems to be a prog called volumetracker.exe that might help but all the links to its download are no longer working. Can anyone find this program so we can see if it will work?
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    Let me see if I can come up with another method to control the windows Spdif input.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenBeast
    so does this work 'through' another program like a front end?
    so when i press the volume buttons on Mobile Impact it can exponentially raise and lower the volume?
    It works at the Windows level. It works on my home PC as I'm not using SPDIF. If you open the volume panel in Windows you will see that the Wave and Master are now linked. When one is raised the other will raise as well. So when you raise or lower the volume in RoadRunner or whatever, Master and Wave move together giving you more volume range as well as speed.

    It's not really exponential either, it's just double the range and speed. There are some other options to increase the speed when the button is held, but I don't use them. Maybe that can make it seem exponential?

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    thankyou!

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    Quote Originally Posted by n8scstm View Post
    There seems to be a prog called volumetracker.exe that might help but all the links to its download are no longer working. Can anyone find this program so we can see if it will work?
    I know this is old but i still need a good spdif matcher this works but you manually have to set it. Can someone rip this apart? This matches the volume reaqlly smoothly.

    You can also run more than one instance of this so it works but again you have to re set it every time you start it.
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