for anolog users
, the speaker configuration detects what a user has set up in Control Panel | Sound, and automatically sets the same on the Audio TAB's speaker configuration panel. So, if the speaker configuration is incorrectly displayed on the Audio TAB, it is also incorrect in Control Panel | Sound. Changing the speaker count in Control Panel | Sound, will automatically change what is displayed on the Audio TAB. If you are connected to a receiver
, in Control Panel | Sound, under your active
digital device, you should set stereo for the speakers and NOT your actual speaker count such as 5.1 or 7.1 - After setting up the Control Panel you should select 'passthrough' on the Audio TAB which will automatically set 'Same as input' for the speaker configuration, which is the correct setting.
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, The Audio TAB can be setup using 'Run as Administrator' which is a different user from simply openning the application without admin rights. Run as administrator, envokes a 'different user' as far as Windows is concerned. So set it up as an administrator AND as a regular user for FULL playback control. This instruction ONLY applies to the audio tab because on a system with several users, several audio configurations can co-exist within my application, such as an admin using headphones, and someone else setting digital audio.
The SUGGESTED settings have no effect on the Audio TAB.