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Originally Posted by Tiihokatti View Post

OP is using Xonar DX, so he should just use the XonarSwitch rolleyes.gif

And why splitter when he can use front panel? rolleyes.gifUnless the FP is full of EMI

Its called "giving him options".
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I didn't realize my xonar DX was connected to the front panel and its just a quick switch in the xonar essance program. I just assumed the front panel would use realtek or whatever the motherboard sound is. Problem solved, thanks all!
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