PAX_SBZ_CD_L13_1_00_22_2013_V1.00 Official live

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  1. Robert McClelland

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

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    PAX_SBZ_CD_L13_1_00_22_2013_V1.00
    Welcome to New Driver Set.
    7/22/13
    Add New Prologic ini.
    Add New What-U-Hear.ini
    Add new tweak Virtualizer
    New FlashPlayer.ini and inf. Tone down the loudness in bass performance in flashplayer to 55%
    Change Normalize to Normalization in EQ and Subwoofer.inf
    Add new tweak call HyperBass.
    Optimize Speaker Dolby = 1
    Optimize Speaker DTS = 1
    Optimize Speaker Windows 7 = 1
    Optimize Speaker Windows 8 = 1
    Optimize Speaker Surround Sound = 1
    Optimize Speaker CMSS 3D = 1
    Optimize Speaker No Popping Cracking Noise = 1
    Optimize Speaker PAX Drives = 1
    Optimize Speaker Bass = 1
    Optimize Speaker Treble = 1
    Optimize Speaker FPS Support = 1
    Optimize Speaker No Blue Screen Of Death = 1
    Add few new
    Configuration\Enable"What-U-Hear"InWindows 8
    Configuration\EnableListenThrew"What-U-Hear"
    Configuration\AddVolumeControlEnableTo"What-U-Hear" I don't think that one would work but it's there.
    Add New Optimize.ini. Updated Tweak.ini.
    Also add Filter.ini
    Added Balance.ini
    Change Values disable to Disabled = 0 from 1
    Add LFEChannel tweaks to speaker.ini
    I think tweaks are max out for now.

    http://www.hardwareheaven.com/downloads/pax//PAX_SBZ_CD_L13_1_00_22_2013_V1.00.7z
     
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    Re: PAX_SBZ_CD_L13_1_00_22_2013_V1.00

    Dloading right now. Thanks a lot Rob.
     
  3. Robert McClelland

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    Re: PAX_SBZ_CD_L13_1_00_22_2013_V1.00

    NP I put new way installing tweaks updated version of it let me know :)
     
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    Got my new sound card today, the drivers went in just fine.

    One problem - I can not find where your tweaks are at in the install folder, so I can change my speaker range.
     
  5. Robert McClelland

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

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    You have go to program files then Sound Blaster Z-Series then program then there in Common Folder :)
     
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    I went to Program Files (x86)>Creative>Sound Blaster Z-Series>Program, and theres a Drivers and Support folder, neither of those folders have a "common" folder. I'm looking around but I can't seem to find the tweaks... are you sure you uploaded the tweaked version? Lol
     
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    No no no You have go to main folder where you click setup then go to that common folder not your program folder. You have reinstalled the drivers if you want change your speaker khz ect.. The rest of tweaks are in your main system 32 or wow64 you have search them in there to change speaker.ini not in your program folder. Then save then restarted if you don't want reinstalled the main driver again.
    Like I said you have go where you setup your drivers first after you extract the driver folder then go to common folder then look for speaker.ini to change then reinstalled them again or look into your main system 32 or wow64 system folder by searching speaker.ini only way to do it.
     
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    Oh okay, I found them now! The tweaks go in the same place as your Titanium drivers, nice!

    Well before you said program files, which threw me off. Got it now though, thanks.
     
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    Ya np ;) If you have installed you look for speaker.ini make sure you do both system 32 and wow64 save the file and reboot take effect you don't want reinstalled them again.
     
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    Been release now :) Please test new setup infs thanks.
     
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    Wait, is it a new set? I see it says 7/22 as the most recent.
     
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    It's same I'm trying drifter way to get the tweaks show up in system 32 do they?
     
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    I don't know, I never updated because I didn't know if it was new or now. I will try later on.
     
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    I'm going back to the working driver :)
     
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    The working driver? 7/22 was working just fine for me! Unless your saying the tweaks were never enabled or something...?
     
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    Did the infs show up for you on your system?
     
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    The tweaker are in there, but I had a sneaking suspicion that they were there from my X-Fi card (I used your drivers with that card before I upgraded to this one).

    Is there a way to check which drivers these are from??
     
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    There from main creative web site :).
     
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    No, I meant the tweaks. Is there any way to tell which driver the tweaks are from, so I can check if they are the old tweaks left over from my old PAX X-Fi drivers, or the new SBZ PAX drivers?

    Like I said, the tweaks are in the system32 folder, I just can not check if they were installed with the SBZ driver, or left over from the X-Fi driver.

    Hope this explanation helps.
     
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    Actually upon further investigation, ALL the tweaks in my folder are dated under the "date modified" section 7/12, but I installed your SBZ drivers on 7/22, so they MUST be the old tweaks from the PAX X-Fi drivers... this means that the new tweaks must not be in the driver package, or they are not installing correctly.

    On ANOTHER note, is there any way you can make a tweak for the headphone setting on the SBZ, separate from speaker mode? My frequency response is much better with my headphones, as I have audiophile headphones, so it would be awesome to have 2 different tweaks.
     

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