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  • Brookes
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    Thanks. I will go check to see if I can do what you did. Thanks again

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  • jerseymike
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    I had the same problem, this is what I did.I just recently had the system built and took a peak inside. Apparently my NX board is directly connected to aux in on my Sound Blaster board.
    I enabled Aux In on the Sound Blaster mixer control and now I get Edius sounds and pc sounds coming out of my speaks which are plugged in to my sound blaster speaker out jack and I didn't notice any audio delay.
    Hope this works for you.

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  • Brookes
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    Yeah, thats what I used to do do with my storm 2 however with my new NX system it has not worked the same. When I go from nx audio out to line in I lose the audio however when I go from the nx out to the speakers it works fine. I seem to be having some kind of audio conflict with the onboard soundcard. Nothing is muted in properties and I have tried line in and out and no go, no matter which input I use. Strange. Any ideas. It is a totally new computer from the ground up also which has given me no clues to the setup before.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    With my Storm2, I run the output from the Storm2 to the onboard soundcards "Line In" then I run from my soundcard to the pro KRK speakers. Works flawlessly and I am able to hear both the audio coming out from Edius (and other Canopus Apps) as well as audio from my PC apps.

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  • Brookes
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    Thanks guys. I think I will run directly to the speakers, I am very happy with the sound quality that way and I have good speakers to listen with.Thanks again. Rob

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    It's technically better to run directly from the EDIUS hardware board to the speakers, since through the soundcard, you introduce a layer of signal degradation (you're at the mercy of your soundcard's quality).

    There's also a possible chance of introducing delay. Finally, onboard audio soundcards take up a tiny little amount of CPU away from you. If you have a decent soundcard, disable the onboard motherboard's sound device.

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  • Zorro
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    Why do we have to use the sound card after all, just a question. Should I run through the sound card. I seem to get clean audio directly from the card, love to hear your thoughts on this guys.
    People run the 'Canopus audio' (coming from a capture card) through the line in when they either have just one pair of speakers or edit without dedicated audio monitor speakers. Or they have a video monitor without speakers instead of a full blown stereo tv.

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  • Brookes
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    HI guys. yes I have checked all the settings and all seems in good shape. A strange thing is when I go in to audio settings clicking on the speaker in the systems tray I then go into properties and in to the recording function but when I go to look at the line in from there they are all shaded out. I hope that makes sense. I am now running directly from the nx card audio out to the speakers. Do many people do this. Why do we have to use the sound card after all, just a question. Should I run through the sound card. I seem to get clean audio directly from the card, love to hear your thoughts on this guys. Thanks again

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Yeah, what Zorro said - I've seen all kinds of strange quirks when it comes to soundcards and input control - in some cases, if you use a microphone for a quick voiceover job, enabling its input will disable other inputs.

    Frustrating to be sure.

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  • Zorro
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    Did you check the soundcard properties? Maybe your line in is just disabled?

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  • Brookes
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    Audio from NX card question

    Hi. with the storm 2 pro card I went audio out from card to line in on sound card and line out to my speaker system. Now with the nx card i am having trouble going from the nx card to the sound card. If I run directly to the speakers from the nx card I am fine. But if I run from the nx card to the sound card in the back of the pc I get nothing. I can run audio out from the pc and other sources, just not the nx card.Any ideas. i have a gigabyte motherboard using realtek hd audio .Could you guys with nx please let me know if you hear you audio this same way. thanks.All help if much appreciated.

    regards Rob
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