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Windows 7: 5.1 audio & internal Blu-ray readers

21 Sep 2009   #1
client 9

7 Ultimate 64-bit
5.1 audio & internal Blu-ray readers

Hey all,
I'm interested in purchasing a basic internal Blu-ray player.

My (potentially stupid) question is : will the 5.1 audio be output through my Audigy 2 sound card? Or do you need a video card that outputs HDMI?

Any suggestions ?
I saw this one @ newegg

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21 Sep 2009   #2


you will need the full retail version of blu-ray software. If you can output 5.1 now, you should be fine but it will cost you. Software that comes with the player, only plays 2 channel.
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22 Sep 2009   #3
client 9

7 Ultimate 64-bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ttremeth View Post
you will need the full retail version of blu-ray software. ......
Do you mean something like PowerDVD 9 Ultra? Or is there official software from Sony?

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