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M-AUDIO REVOLUTION 5.1 DRIVER
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Digital - analog outputs are disabled, digital output is enabled. Digital output does not work with analog outputs in any configuration. When in Digital mode, the card works in Direct mode and you cannot adjust even the general signal level. Moreover, you cannot activate Sensaura in this mode. By the way, X-Fi and Prodigy cards do not have these M-Audio Revolution 5.1.
Their digital output just duplicates the front-out, there are no problems with a stereo stream in games. Controlling analog inputs is problematic. You select a sound source on the Inputs M-Audio Revolution 5.1 page. You can also adjust the M-Audio Revolution 5.1 signal level here. It allows to maximize a record level, to apply the loudest audio section to the input and then convert it to digital form.
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In practice it's different. The function to detect clipping is disabled by default.
When a certain threshold is M-Audio Revolution 5.1, the protection system disables the input signal. But there is a nastier problem - there is no option for audio monitoring of the recorded signal Revolution7.
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Peak meters won't help here, because they work according to the same M-Audio Revolution 5.1 algorithm as for the headphones output. When you activate monitoring for recording or monitoring in the editor or sequencer, you will hear distinct rattle. You can enable signal monitoring and input auto calibration in the control panel from Audiophile installed for Revolution5.
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Monitor Levels group allows to listen microphone, linear, and AUX ins from the front output only. A specified signal level has no effect on recording. Moreover, signal level cannot be adjusted via Master Volume, it's very M-Audio Revolution 5.1.
If you connect a tuner to the analog input, M-Audio Revolution 5.1 won't be able to adjust input signal via a multimedia keyboard, mouse, or remote control. This volume control is not a software bug, it's a hardware limitation. M-Audio programmers haven't implemented synchronization with Master Volume level. The line-in has the wrong arrangement of connectors, left and right channels are mixed up. You should take it into account, when you record audio and play it back via the through channel.
Control panels of Creative cards from the Audigy series open noticeably slower. X-Fi drivers did not get rid of latencies and tabbed pages, but they got animated graphics elements, which look more like a slide show on old computers. In comparison with Revolution7. When activated, low frequency signals M-Audio Revolution 5.1 all channels are redirected to a subwoofer. Many users complain that when they use a subwoofer from a home theater with X-Fi, Prodigy and professional multi-channel cards, the subwoofer works only for 5. It keeps silence in stereo mode. M-Audio programmers went wrong with assigning channels.
It's a common solution to assign rear channels to the third and the fourth channels and to use the fifth and the sixth channels for center and sub. It's vice versa here. When you play a DivX movie with an AC3 track 4. Bass management becomes useless with this channel mess. Besides, owners of some acoustic systems will have to modify wires that go from the sound card to the amplifier.
You can choose any configuration of presets in QuickSwich Settings, but only four. M-Audio launched a remake of the Revolution - Revolution Revolution was the first multimedia card to support channel sound. Like most products.
M-Audio Revolution - sound card overview and full product specs on CNET.