No Output on k2lt 7/8

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  1. solacedagony

    solacedagony New Member

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    I currently have a 4-way active crossover setup that I'm using for Windows 7 playback. I'm running the 3550 drivers on an Audigy 2 ZS.

    My signal path goes like this:
    Waveout 2/3->ASIO->Console->FXBusX->VolumeXt->k2lt

    As you can see, I have output all the way to k2lt. I have stereo output through the Analog Front Out, Analog Center/LFE and Analog Rear Out.

    None of the other outputs seem to be mapping to 7/8, however. I am running the 4-pole connectors to the two outputs closest to the 1394 port. I have tried each of the other outputs and I'm getting nothing out of any of them. I double checked my amplifier so I know that is working. I also tried setting the working outputs to 7/8 and that doesn't output anything either.

    Does this mean my card is physically broken or am I missing something else? I believe output 7/8 should be mapped to the Headphones Out. It was working at one time but it's been a long time since I used this setup. I included a picture of my DSP, k2lt settings and proof that the signal is getting all the way through the volume plugin.

    Thank you in advance for any suggestions or comments.
     

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  2. Russ

    Russ Well-Known Member

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    That is an old version of ProFx, install ProFx v3.11 (for 3548/49/50) and try again (assuming you are using Windows 7 32 bit).

    If you are on Windows 7 64 bit, then you will probably have to use epilog (Out 30/31).
     
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  3. solacedagony

    solacedagony New Member

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    Thanks, that did it. It's coming up on the Side Out (I2C) with the new ProFX plugin.

    This was Windows 7 32-bit by the way.
     

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