Vedddy Vedddy inttterrrressstink! I will be sure to check this tonight! A sincere thanks for sharingI just used the umik mic and hdmi output for the first time, had a bit of trouble getting multi channel audio enabled on the hdmi output for my Toshiba Qosmio laptop.
It ended up being caused by HDMI-CEC in the bios- this needs to be disabled for multichannel.
Invaluable, my new best friend! :T I was only looking at "STATUS" and didn't notice this first time 'round. Thank you!It's fairly rare ( though more common on older PCs ), but not every HDMI equipped PC is able to output multi-channel sound through the HDMI connector .
One quick way to determine if the card ( graphics card actually ) will output more than 2 channels is to hover the mouse pointer over the appropriate output description ( as found within the ASIO4ALL control panel ) .
invaluableInvaluable, my new best friend! :T I was only looking at "STATUS" and didn't notice this first time 'round. Thank you!
- I have the UMIK-1 USB mic, and d/l'd the calibration files and in REW - pointed to them (the non 90 degree)
- Next step inm the OPs directions was to set drivers to ASIO and sample rate to 48 Hz - which I did
- I changed the ASIO Device to ASIO4All v2 and then clicked the "ASIO Control Panel" button - and entered advanced (wrench) mode. However next to my HDMI out it has an X stating that it's in use
Yep, I had updated the AMD catalyst about a week ago. I closed all programs and started again, and it worked, thanks.