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I've got a ASUS Rampage III Extreme Black Edition and according to the manual the onboard soundboard should have an SPDIF-output, so I got one of those mini-toslink->toslink adapters and inserted my toslink cable.

But I can't get any sound out from it, am I doing it wrong? Is it not optical spdif?

You might wonder why I don't use the thunderbolt, the answer is that SPDIF pass-thru does not work on it, the optical interface on the thunderbolt soundboard can only output 2.1 sound and can't handle pass-thru.. At least according to the guys over at the asus vip forum.

Anyone got any advice for me?
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Dude, SPDIF and TOSLINK are completely different things...only expect combo jacks on soundcards. Most motherboards, especially Asus ones, should have a full TOSLINK jack anyway. I'd use your D2X for passthrough anyway, as most Realtek chipsets do not support live DTS or DD streaming.

SPDIF is not an optical connector by itself.
Edited by Skripka - 10/8/11 at 4:41pm
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I will help you out. SPDIF is the protocol. Toslink is the actual connection.
See this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:TOS_LINK_clear_cable.jpg
Okay if you have vista or windows 7 it is imperative that you select the digital output in the audio manager. If you don't see the digital connection in the audio manager, you have to install the correct drivers. I know this because I have a media center and I had the exact same problem you are having now.
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post #4 of 13
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Skripka;15228523 
Dude, SPDIF and TOSLINK are completely different things...only expect combo jacks on soundcards. Most motherboards, especially Asus ones, should have a full TOSLINK jack anyway. I'd use your D2X for passthrough anyway, as most Realtek chipsets do not support live DTS or DD streaming.

SPDIF is not an optical connector by itself.

I don't have a D2X anymore, sent it back because the passthrough didn't work anymore, stuttering sound etc.

My motherboard don't have a toslink jack, I would've used that if there were.
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post #5 of 13
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Originally Posted by ghettosuperstar;15228808 
I will help you out. SPDIF is the protocol. Toslink is the actual connection.
See this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:TOS_LINK_clear_cable.jpg
Okay if you have vista or windows 7 it is imperative that you select the digital output in the audio manager. If you don't see the digital connection in the audio manager, you have to install the correct drivers. I know this because I have a media center and I had the exact same problem you are having now.

Yeah I select digital output and I got the latest drivers installed... hm.

Did you also use min-toslink -> toslink on the SPDIF 3.5mm connection?

If it's not a toslink I should use, what kind of cable do I use with the 3.5mm spdif connection?
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post #6 of 13
Quote:
Originally Posted by frW;15233371 
I don't have a D2X anymore, sent it back because the passthrough didn't work anymore, stuttering sound etc.

My motherboard don't have a toslink jack, I would've used that if there were.

Strange that it doesn't. I had an X48 Asus board that did...and my X58 does. Oh well.
Quote:
Originally Posted by frW;15233379 
Yeah I select digital output and I got the latest drivers installed... hm.

Did you also use min-toslink -> toslink on the SPDIF 3.5mm connection?

If it's not a toslink I should use, what kind of cable do I use with the 3.5mm spdif connection?

Amigo, SPDIF is an electrical connection and not an optical one. The reason mini-TOSLINK don't work is because there is no LED/optics in a standard SPDIF jack. No light=no optical signal.

SPDIF carries a coaxial electrical signal over a single RCA plug connection. Electrically it should be compatible with decent/nice RCA cables-without the need to blow $20 on a "SPDIF cable"...the only difference between an RCA cable and a dedicated SPDIF cable is that the SPDIF has an advertised electrical impedance...I use 1/2 of a nice $5 set of RCA-RCA cables to connect my D2X to my STR-DE995 receiver, and it works just fine with the other half of that cable for my sub-woofer pre-out. It may not work with junky RCA cables.
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post #7 of 13
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Skripka;15234401 
Strange that it doesn't. I had an X48 Asus board that did...and my X58 does. Oh well.



Amigo, SPDIF is an electrical connection and not an optical one. The reason mini-TOSLINK don't work is because there is no LED/optics in a standard SPDIF jack. No light=no optical signal.

SPDIF carries a coaxial electrical signal over a single RCA plug connection. Electrically it should be compatible with decent/nice RCA cables-without the need to blow $20 on a "SPDIF cable"...the only difference between an RCA cable and a dedicated SPDIF cable is that the SPDIF has an advertised electrical impedance...I use 1/2 of a nice $5 set of RCA-RCA cables to connect my D2X to my STR-DE995 receiver, and it works just fine with the other half of that cable for my sub-woofer pre-out. It may not work with junky RCA cables.

I already have a $20 "SPDIF cable" ( that I've used before ) 20m and a 20m toslink cable that I've also used before, so I just need to know what kind of 3.5mm adapter I need to use.

I know that there need to be a "light" when it's optical, but there is something called "optical spdif". At least that's what I've learned.

Anyways, what kind of 3.5mm adapter do I need?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by frW;15236881 
I already have a $20 "SPDIF cable" ( that I've used before ) 20m and a 20m toslink cable that I've also used before, so I just need to know what kind of 3.5mm adapter I need to use.

I know that there need to be a "light" when it's optical, but there is something called "optical spdif". At least that's what I've learned.

Anyways, what kind of 3.5mm adapter do I need?

Amigo, there isn't an adapter on Earth that will do what you want.

On your motherboard backpanel (Rampage III BE), you do not have any digital audio output according to every picture I have seen. All you have is analog 7.1 outs. That is it...unless you use the Thunderbolt add-on card. Which as you discovered has its limitations.

Why doesn't your TOSLINK on your card work as you want?

Windows defaults to PCM audio over digital connections a la SPDIF or TOSLINK, which is bandwidth limited to only 2 channels on anything other than HDMI....presuming your hardware can stream DTS or DD live. If it can't then you're hosed to stereo+LFE, and LFE only if your receiver/DAC can do the LFE. This is why I originally recommended you use your D2X. I'd have thought your Thunderbolt board could stream DTS or DD otherwise, but I guess not.
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post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by Skripka;15237092 
Amigo, there isn't an adapter on Earth that will do what you want.

On your motherboard backpanel (Rampage III BE), you do not have any digital audio output according to every picture I have seen. All you have is analog 7.1 outs. That is it...unless you use the Thunderbolt add-on card. Which as you discovered has its limitations.

Why doesn't your TOSLINK on your card work as you want?

Windows defaults to PCM audio over digital connections a la SPDIF or TOSLINK, which is bandwidth limited to only 2 channels on anything other than HDMI....presuming your hardware can stream DTS or DD live. If it can't then you're hosed to stereo+LFE, and LFE only if your receiver/DAC can do the LFE. This is why I originally recommended you use your D2X. I'd have thought your Thunderbolt board could stream DTS or DD otherwise, but I guess not.

I miss read the VERY small text, it said "SIDE" and not "SPDIF".. *facepalm*

I told you, I returned the D2X card because it was faulty and I didn't want a new one. It had problems with passthrough too, it made clicking noises so I sent it in for repair and they told me it was bad and gave me money back.

AND the Thunderbolt ONLY supports 2.1 channels over SPDIF ( Toslink ), it doesn't support passthrough.

I just want passthrough to work so my receiver can play the DTS stream sent to it.

So I don't know what I should do.
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It's about codecs. Did you install klite codec pack?
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