ok, i found 4 old speakers in my basement, and decided to make my closet into a computer room with extreme surround sound. I got my stereo system as well, and made myself a nice little 4.0 setup. (i only found one stereo in my basement, so the front channel has 4 speakers, and the back has the other 2). I bought a sound blaster audigy, and it sounded great.
However, i then noticed my two old desktop speakers, and they still worked great. So, i decided to make a 6.0 setup. However, my closet is really long, and there was no place in the back for a speaker. So, to make a long troubleshoot short, i soldered the lefft speaker wire to an extremely long audio cord and taped the speaker (using monstrous amounts of duct tape) to the wall above the doorframe.
I got it all hooked up, with those 2 new speakers being front center and rear center. I booted up and... ****** BACKWARDS!!!!!
The rear center is in the front center spot and vice versa. I was wondering if there was any way to tweak the settings so that you could switch the speaker assignments. Basically, i need to switch the left and right output on only one of three output channels. (im usin the fourth for a mike)
Please tell me anything you know, even if its probably not true or if its risky, i cant switch the speakers because i cant solder the 2-channel output cord to make it longer, and it would kill the wal to rip off all that tape. Thanx.