6+1 Specification support XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP Music' started by Xzar, Sep 13, 2003.

  1. Xzar

    Xzar Guest

    I've got XP and bought creative speakers 6 +1. But the
    ****ing XP supports only 5+1 and 7+1 specifications. I
    have tried to get something from web site of microsoft,
    but failed. Is there anything i can do? If you got some
    info please help.

    Thank you a lot

    xzar
     
    Xzar, Sep 13, 2003
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  2. Xzar

    Jake Guest


    >-----Original Message-----
    >I've got XP and bought creative speakers 6 +1. But the
    >****ing XP supports only 5+1 and 7+1 specifications. I
    >have tried to get something from web site of microsoft,
    >but failed. Is there anything i can do? If you got some
    >info please help.
    >
    >Thank you a lot
    >
    >xzar
    >.
    >We do not condone the use of "four" letter words or such

    language in Newsgroups. Suggest you repost if you would
    like a response.
     
    Jake, Sep 13, 2003
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  3. Xzar

    David Guest

    Yes, tone down that language please. It seems that 6.1
    speaker setups are only really supported by Creative.
    You have two options:
    1. If you have the money, buy the Creative Audigy 2 sound
    card. You won't regret it.
    2. Set windows to use the 5.1 setup, and there should be
    a little button or switch on the remote control for your
    speakers that upmixes 5.1 input to 6.1 (I know this is
    the case with the Inspire speakers, and I assume that if
    the lower-end system has it, their higher-end systems
    should have it too.)

    >-----Original Message-----
    >I've got XP and bought creative speakers 6 +1. But the
    >****ing XP supports only 5+1 and 7+1 specifications. I
    >have tried to get something from web site of microsoft,
    >but failed. Is there anything i can do? If you got some
    >info please help.
    >
    >Thank you a lot
    >
    >xzar
    >.
    >
     
    David, Sep 15, 2003
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