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Thread: NF7-S (v2.0) sound fuzzyness

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    I have this problem (also with WinAmp) on my A7N8X-D V2.0, and presumed it was overheating because the Southbridge does get toasty ... not got round to sorting it but that confirms it

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    Originally posted by unrealrocks
    I have this problem (also with WinAmp) on my A7N8X-D V2.0, and presumed it was overheating because the Southbridge does get toasty ... not got round to sorting it but that confirms it
    Unrealrocks, have you tried foobar?
    it's a different media player, that has very good sound quality and includes built in DSP and can convert 2 channel sound to 5.1, only bad thing's about it are it has no graphics output and it is not as pretty to look at (Very basic) but everyone i know who has installed it says it sounds much better than winamp & windows media player.

    here's the link if you're interested..
    http://www.foobar2000.org/

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    I'm allways open for new media players as I'm ALLWAYS using one! (Weather its on my PC or on the go with an MP3 player)!

    UPDATE - Just had a go ... Umm - it looks like CDEX and theres no media thingy!

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    Sorry unrealrocks, i knew i'd described it wrongly it's a Music player only not media (Doh!)

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    Originally posted by unrealrocks
    I'm allways open for new media players as I'm ALLWAYS using one! (Weather its on my PC or on the go with an MP3 player)!

    UPDATE - Just had a go ... Umm - it looks like CDEX and theres no media thingy!
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    i think theres a patch whch solves this problem i had this wih my abit board and the patch cured it
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