Discussion in 'Application Software' started by stasio, Nov 30, 2016.
you sure bud cuz it says "DTS Connect" on the support page
Yes, sure, look at the post of alanfox2000, you will see that DTS Connect is included with FF00 : https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...h-definition-audio.72236/page-27#post-1494741
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how to use UAD driver on ALC 1150
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Additional thanks for updating the github with the 8612_UAD_WHQL_RTK_2019_0111_134500.zip, always appreciate these packages as they are exactly the ones MSI uses for my motherboard.
recently purchased a new dell that has the maxwaves realtek audio setup--sucks. realtek drivers have gotten so terrible lately. terrible lag in sound activation in Windows, for which there is no "fix" that works across all devices. and the drivers don't support the extra features of loudness equalization, etc. present with microsoft high def audio drivers. i have discontinued use of the realtek drivers and am using the microsoft ones and have a much better audio experience.
You sure that you're using the correct drivers for that motherboard? I have a basic ALC892 on a MSI Z370, which is a very old codec, and it still has Loudness Equalization in the Realtek Audio Control app.
yeah, i'm sure. it's a brand new device... realtek drivers are terrible. regardless of the missing features, the lag is the worst of all. absolute garbage.
Thanks for repack for generic install. Works great on my x58 chipset. I have question? Is it possible for repack to include ASIO driver for generic version? I see there is asio driver in folder but it doesn't install and clicking on .inf and choosing install does nothing.
Well if you find a way, post here. I asked about ASIO too a few pages ago, for ALC892 on an MSI board. I think the only 2 ways are:
- modded drivers (which I don't know how to mod on the latest drivers, otherwise I'd try)
- asio4all, which is really getting old and is barely updated, if at all
ASIO is no longer essential for me, these days, but I appreciated it while I was working more with sound production. Would be nice to get it back without having to buy a proper audio interface.