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Thread E-MU 1820m Ausdio dock hardware acceleration? 5.1?

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1 Posted on 07/28/2005 at 00:01:51
i got the 1820m for recording purposes, but i also play games, so i made this my default audio device, and it sounded better than my integrated by a long shot, but i noticed that it doesnt sport hardware accel. and its odd bc it DOES have 192khz/24-bit rec/playback, so where is the hrdware accel? besides that it said on the box next to the 4 3.5mm outputs, that they can produce 7.1 surround sound but i have truoble getting it to work right, is there a special driver i can get or a special converter i need?

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