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    microphone in shuttle help

    i cant get my microphone to work from the rear mic plug on my SN45 ?
    i have the speakers at the back ok but no joy with the mic
    but when i plug the mic into the front it works fine any idea guys ?
    lol i need my cables tucked in round the back


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    Check the settings in the sound control panel from memory there is a setting for how you have you sound setup speakers headphones 2.1 sound etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordy
    Check the settings in the sound control panel from memory there is a setting for how you have you sound setup speakers headphones 2.1 sound etc
    i whent through it all m8 everything looks fine


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    yeah i have the same problem. i've plugged it in the front as this is more useful.
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    The SN45G is Soundstorm certified and so must have discrete line in and line out. So it is impossible to change the rear audio assignment.

    A product can be branded NVIDIA SoundStorm(tm) only if it meets the requirements listed below. Products that qualify for the SoundStorm brand are eligible to use the Dolby(R) Digital logo and branding. Products cannot get the Dolby certification nor use the Dolby Digital logo without participating in the SoundStorm program. Such products must have the following items as they are not optional :-

    - NVIDIA nForce(tm)2 platform processor-based motherboard that includes the MCP-T with APU supporting Dolby Digital 5.1 encoding
    - Discrete (non-shared) front left and right analog outputs
    - Discrete (non-shared) rear left and right analog outputs
    - Discrete (non-shared) center and subwoofer analog outputs
    - Discrete (non-shared) S/PDIF digital output (coax recommended, but they can do optical)
    - Discrete (non-shared) line-in analog inputs
    - Discrete (non-shared) microphone analog input
    - Minimum 85db signal-to-noise ratio on all analog outputs
    - Minimum 80db signal-to-noise ratio on all analog inputs
    - Dolby Digital testing, certification, approval from Dolby and NVIDIA

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