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So, I have been using my X41 headset for about 6 months now. In my current config, it's Xbox/PS3/PC > HDMI Cables (Edit: to TV) > Digital Cable(Edit: From TV) > Headphones.
With the PS3 and the Xbox 360, I get 7.1 surround in this set. Yet, with the PC, it is stereo. I have tried updating my Nvidia drivers, updating my utilities, and replacing the .ini file for the monitor with a more specific one that is tailored to my monitor.
What I am thinking is that I need to get a sound setup where it's PC > Digitial Out > Headphones and PC> HDMI > TV separately. Since I rarely use my consoles anymore, I am OK with this. The problem is, I am not sure how to best go about it.
At the end of the month, I will be rebuilding my system in a big way, and going with an Asus mobo for their UEFI BIOS (eyeballing Sabertooth hard), and sticking with Nvidia because I intend to use 3D vision when all is said and done, Edit: and Intel because of AMD's power inefficiency for this generation.
So, here are the questions:
#1 Shoud I simply get a 7.1 motherboard with a digital output?
#2 If I get a soundcard with a digital output that does 7.1, which is the best non-defective cheap one? (sound quality important but not to audiophile levels)
#3 Why did they kill JFK?
#4 What are your other recommendations?
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