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post #11 of 14
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That's a great suggestion - thanks.
Yeah never wanted the add-ons as I didn't want them.

Btw - any ideas what the clicking refers to?
I know you just said, as that's enabling/disabling FP, however with no FP connected why those the DX do that click sound when booting?
post #12 of 14
Its got to do with some kind of mechanical switch on the card itself. I don't know the technical reason why, but lots of audio equipment has internal switching like the Xonar DX. It's quite common I must say!
post #13 of 14
Click sound comes from headphone amp (which is integrated into DX) relay, it switches on or off.
You can try that on control panel too switchin headphone to 2 speaker mode.

Edit: mixed this into DGX, im not 100% sure if DX has HP-Amp redface.gif
Edited by Konkistadori - 5/30/13 at 1:58am
post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by TMan459 View Post

Its got to do with some kind of mechanical switch on the card itself. I don't know the technical reason why, but lots of audio equipment has internal switching like the Xonar DX. It's quite common I must say!

Yeah would love to know WHY really - no one knows, from what I take it lol
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Originally Posted by Konkistadori View Post

Click sound comes from headphone amp (which is integrated into DX) relay, it switches on or off.
You can try that on control panel too switchin headphone to 2 speaker mode.

Edit: mixed this into DGX, im not 100% sure if DX has HP-Amp redface.gif

DX doesn't have a headphone amp smile.gif
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