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Old 01-12-2006, 09:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a sound blaster audigy 2 ptm. I am playing a dvd film, and when I have my head phones hooked uped to the front bay, I dont hear all the channels of audio, just the background noise, none of the forground noise (such as talking). But I have my speakers plugged into the back of the sound card, and I can hear everything there.

I have two ideas, either my card is on its way out, of my head phones are almost dead, or the cable connecting the sound card and the front bay isnt total on. I havent been gotten in the case and played around with the cable. My case is full with too much hardware.

Any other ideas, or thoughts?
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