Title's a little disingenous, in that I've been using kX Project drivers on my SB Live in my secondary PC for a while now. But I've recently started using them on the Audigy 2 ZS in my gaming machine too, since they're more reliable than the pap Creative produces. But I'm having problems setting them up the way I'd like. I could do this with the Creative drivers - at least, when the Creative drivers didn't decide to flip me off. What I want from my Audigy is to be able to achieve the following simultaneously: Listen to the line-in without recording it. Record the mic without listening to it. (at least, without listening to it outside specific situations) Additionally, so that I can use two pairs of headphones, (one wired, one wireless) I want to be able to do one of the following at the same time as the above: Copy all of the audio output coming through the Audigy - wave-out and line-in - to my Realtek sound chip Output the same audio from at least two of the Audigy's different speaker outputs. I'm not using surround, so having all audio copied to all other speaker outputs wouldn't be a problem in itself. So far, I've managed to achieve the following: Listening to the line-in without recording it, and recording the mic without listening to it, and piping the line-in to the Realtek - but not the wave-out. (this means that while the line-in audio is audible through the wireless headphones, any audio played from the Audigy itself, such as games, is not.) Recording the mic without listening to it, and listening to line-in, and piping line-in and wave-out to the Realtek - but the wave-out is being recorded at the same time as mic. (this means that my wave output is being transmitted to other people when I use voice chat) Now, I could probably pull things off well-enough by using the mic input on the Realtek and then just have the Audigy pipe all output to the Realtek; but my hope is to be able to run as much as possible from the Audigy alone - and if I can get both headphones through the Audigy, to turn the Realtek off entirely. My Google-fu is weak and the kX Mixer interface confuses me. Could someone please point me in the right direction?