PAX MASTER PCI XFI Driver Suite 2014V 1.40 ALL OS Stable Drivers Default Tweak Edition

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  1. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    You have used default driver then :p.
     
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    Is it better to use 2.0 speaker mode or headphone mode for headphones?
    For listening to music?
     
  4. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    Headphones with CMSS 3d on newer set out
     
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    Here's one idea for someone to try on Windows 7 or somethin... take the file CTxfiSpi.exe and duplicate and make a CT20kSpi.exe (should get a description like what you see below if you do it right)

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    hi robert, i have x-fi xtrememusic and everytime i use any kind of speaker i get more sound from left channel than from the right channel. Things got better with your drivers. With official drivers i only have sound from right channel within the first 2 hours of usage then the right channel go mute. With these drivers things are better, still much more sound coming out from left channel.

    I have 1 hifi mini system amp from pioneer and a 2.1 logitech z623. on both, the right channel is lower than the left channel. :(

    whats happening? thanks in advance ;)

    im using windows 8.1
     

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