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770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« on: 01-September-09, 01:52:01 »

Hi there, I just bought a new computer with the 770-c45 motherboard in. I'm trying to connect it with my Home Cinema amplifier, via coaxial cable just like I already have my old computer. In the rear panel I put the mini jack in the black pin but I can't get any sound. My Home Cinema is Sony dav dz260 and it supports Dolby Digital 5+1.
I installed the latest drivers for the motherboard but nothing seems to happen. When I connect the cable in the black pin, it recognizes it as an analogue connection. The cable is mini jack at the one end of the cable and at the other one RCA. Could you please help me
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #1 on: 01-September-09, 02:28:27 »

 Is your audio configuration set up properly for the output you want in the Realtek control console?
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #2 on: 01-September-09, 02:48:13 »

I have set the digital outpout as the default device
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #3 on: 01-September-09, 04:12:41 »

Huh? Are you trying to connect coacial to an analogue audio-out, or am I missing something?
As far as I can see, this board doesn't have digital out and therefore you cannot use coacial cables... See page 12 in your manual: black audio jack is RS-Out, not coaxial...
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #4 on: 01-September-09, 04:25:11 »

So there is no way that I can connect this card with  my amplifier?
so where is the digital outpout (Spdif) in my card?
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #6 on: 01-September-09, 05:00:57 »

Always check the specs of what you buy before buying...
compare that with what you want.
You abviously didn't check for digital output on this board. It has none. Not coaxial, no SP/DIF. It's not there.

If you want digital audio out, you need a seperate audio card for that.
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #7 on: 01-September-09, 05:40:55 »

I think you're wrong because the motherboard has a spdif header
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #8 on: 01-September-09, 05:54:48 »

But that does not mean the black audio jack is coaxial ...
It cannot be done, simple as that.
Buy an audio card with coaxial output, simplest way to go or swap the board for one that has it.
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #9 on: 01-September-09, 06:33:21 »

But that does not mean the black audio jack is coaxial ...
No of course not.
That was my mistake.
But I just found out that this motherboard has a spdif out connector so I think all I need is an spdif header
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #10 on: 01-September-09, 07:00:33 »

yes, you can try to get a bracket with one in it and connect.

However, can you choose to enable spdif in soundmanager? If not, chances are that the header won't do anything, but it's worth trying it out
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #11 on: 01-September-09, 07:27:35 »

Yes as I said before I can make it default device
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #12 on: 01-September-09, 15:19:41 »

Without a signature and information as to what equipment other than your board some advise is harder to give. Creative for example has Soundcards that offer SPDIF and other benefits such as the software. If you have a video card that offers HDMI the sound can be sent with the cable to your HDTV. If your HDTV has SPDIF out you can feed your amplifier that way. Seems you are going out to amplifier for Video and Home Theatre sound, or do you use an amplifier as your PC sound instead of the 5.1/7.1 already in your boards 7.1 HD Audio?
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #13 on: 01-September-09, 18:27:47 »

 If I read the manual correctly you need to use the gray (at least it looks gray to me in the pics) jack, not the black one for S/PDIF co-axial with the cable you have. If that does not do it then you would need to buy an S/PDIF bracket (plenty of them on line out there).

 Edit: Snipped picture from page 12 of downloaded manual. Right side jacks ~ black (T), orange (M), gray (B)     (T)op, (M)iddle, (B)ottom

                 

 Snipped from page 9 of same manual:

               
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« Reply #14 on: 02-September-09, 02:07:23 »

If you have a video card that offers HDMI the sound can be sent with the cable to your HDTV. If your HDTV has SPDIF out you can feed your amplifier that way. Seems you are going out to amplifier for Video and Home Theatre sound, or do you use an amplifier as your PC sound instead of the 5.1/7.1 already in your boards 7.1 HD Audio?
You're right.
As I said before my motherboard is 770-c45.
VGA:Sapphire Vaporx 4850 SVGA (PCI-Express, 512MB)
Home Cinema :Sony Dav Dz260
and I also have and old Audigy sound card with spdif out.
 I try to send the sound undecoded to my amplifier via a coaxial cable and let the amplifier do the encoding to Dolby Digital 5.1
In the old Pc that worked with the Audigy but in XP.
In the new one I can't get it work neither with the onboard soundcard nor with the audigy

I'm sorry. about the grey Jack, what SS-Out stands for?
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #15 on: 02-September-09, 02:55:27 »

Sorry, I completely missed the gray one!!  X-((

But: what I don't understand is that the manual calls that SPDIF... because it isn't spdif, it's coaxial.

But: whatever, if you can get it to work using the gray jack, then that would be great. My apologies for not giving you the right information!
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« Reply #16 on: 02-September-09, 03:04:21 »

Sorry, I completely missed the gray one!!  X-((

But: what I don't understand is that the manual calls that SPDIF... because it isn't spdif, it's coaxial.My apologies for not giving you the right information!
THAT'S OK
No worries.
BUT spdif and coaxial is nearly the same thing.As a matter of fact coaxial is the cable type.
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #17 on: 02-September-09, 04:33:36 »

I'm out of form...
I'm confusing spdif with optical... I need a vacation.

If you get it working, please let us know.
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« Reply #18 on: 02-September-09, 16:26:32 »

 I'm pretty sure the SS stands for Surround Sound for the 3rd pair of speakers when 7.1 setup is used. Otherwise it would be for the co-axial S/PDIF when set for digital output.

 It's not that confusing S/PDIF, Sony/Philips Digital Interconnect Format or Sony Philips Digital InterFace. Some MB's have both optical and co-axial connections, some just the co-axial and some just the header on the MB.
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« Reply #19 on: 03-September-09, 06:40:11 »

With the correct bracket the board can do SPDIF coaxial and optical. You'll need the MSI audio bracket for that which you connect to the SPDIF pin header.
Contact MSI support to check the order procedure: msi-info@msi.eu
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« Reply #20 on: 03-September-09, 07:05:17 »

With the correct bracket the board can do SPDIF coaxial and optical. You'll need the MSI audio bracket for that which you connect to the SPDIF pin header.
Contact MSI support to check the order procedure: msi-info@msi.eu

Is there a specific model that fits my motherboard?
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« Reply #21 on: 03-September-09, 07:32:48 »

You can use K10-3003032-E06 or K10-3003014-S85. Different part number, same bracket. It features and coaxial and optical output.
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« Reply #22 on: 03-September-09, 09:18:14 »

With the correct bracket the board can do SPDIF coaxial and optical. You'll need the MSI audio bracket for that which you connect to the SPDIF pin header.
Contact MSI support to check the order procedure: msi-info@msi.eu

The email adress you gave me is a total crap.
They're asking me to put the money in an envelope and send the envelope to Nederlands.And they say when they receive the money they'll send the bracket asap.

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« Reply #23 on: 03-September-09, 14:19:25 »

What?  Don't you send money in when you order something through the mail from other companies?   Even if I call in an order, I have to submit payment before an item is shipped.  I don't understand your problem.

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« Reply #24 on: 03-September-09, 14:32:52 »

Satyros, mind your manners! Leon is trying to help you out by providing you with all the details you need to obtain the correct bracket. That you have to pay it, seems logical. If you don't want to pay, then don't but do NOT start telling people that they're offering crap.

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« Reply #25 on: 03-September-09, 16:31:26 »

c mon guys.
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« Reply #26 on: 03-September-09, 16:43:10 »

It's called a cheque(check for those in the USA) or a money order.  Contact them again and ask what form of payment they want.
There is no way they want you to actually send Euros in the envelope.
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« Reply #27 on: 04-September-09, 02:00:14 »

Here's the reply I received when I asked them if I should put the money in the envelope.

We do it like this because it is cheaper for you, we can make a customer and give you an official invoice but then the costs will ramp up to 75 euro. We always do it like this, just put the money in an envelope and we will send you the bracket asap!

 

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Did you ask if you can send them a money order, or doesn't Europe have money orders, or cashiers/bank cheques?
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« Reply #29 on: 04-September-09, 02:15:39 »

Of course Europe has money orders and bank cheques.
The point is tha after that answer I don't trust them and I'm gonna but it from another site.
I just wrote it here to inform other users.
And there's nothing wrong with my manners.
I wrote the facts.
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« Reply #30 on: 04-September-09, 10:00:09 »

So, are you stating that you feel they want you to send cash(actual Euros) through the mail, or that you can send a money order?  If you can send a money order/bank draft(bank teller draft/cheque), you object to that as well?
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #31 on: 04-September-09, 11:05:50 »

I don't trust them and I'm gonna but it from another site.
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #32 on: 04-September-09, 13:37:15 »

You should trust them.  It's just a shame you don't--your decision.  Good luck.
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #33 on: 04-September-09, 14:58:03 »

ok
shame on me.
Thanks though
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #34 on: 04-September-09, 15:26:20 »

http://www.cclonline.com/product-info.asp?product_id=17746

£4.21 ex VAT, £4.84 inc VAT

 Just to show that it shouldn't cost too much on that side of the big pond. Even on eBay over there Ive seen them for 6 Euros or so.
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #35 on: 05-September-09, 19:55:15 »

c mon guys.
THE MONEY IN THE ENVELOPE?


And..? What wrong you see in this? :) Also as explained you will have to pay much less by that way. :yes:
Also as they said they can make it by other ways if you prefer , but you have to pay more.

They are not asking from you to put the money in a bottle and to drop it to a sea to travel to MSI by wave power.. :D





The point is tha after that answer I don't trust them .

Nice joke :D MSI is not gonna lie you or trying to steal your money :bonk:
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #36 on: 06-September-09, 05:31:37 »


And..? What wrong you see in this? :) Also as explained you will have to pay much less by that way. :yes:
Also as they said they can make it by other ways if you prefer , but you have to pay more.

They are not asking from you to put the money in a bottle and to drop it to a sea to travel to MSI by wave power.. :D





Nice joke :D MSI is not gonna lie you or trying to steal your money :bonk:

Here in Greece we do our business in a more formal way Mr wise guy
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #37 on: 06-September-09, 11:21:13 »

The email adress you gave me is a total crap.
They're asking me to put the money in an envelope and send the envelope to Nederlands.And they say when they receive the money they'll send the bracket asap.

I will report it immediately

There is nothing crap about this, I know Leon in person and he's trying to sent you a bracket.
However he needs money to process it as they need money to cover the costs of shipment.
I live 60km from MSI EU (Leon = MSI) and if he steals your money I go over there and beat him up :lol_anim:

BTW, you can simply transfer the money by bank without additional costs, why do you make it so difficult for yourself?
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« Reply #38 on: 06-September-09, 16:58:29 »

Bas will adopt Leon and the injuries, pain and suffering will automatically come with that. :lol_anim:
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #39 on: 06-September-09, 17:09:46 »

Why can't the shop send you a bill by post or fax or something, and then charge you for it?
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Re: 770-c45 connect with Home Cinema via coaxial
« Reply #40 on: 07-September-09, 01:57:16 »

If you can find a shop who orders the bracket you can get it there.

To save invoice costs we try to handle the orders like this. You are free to send in your details so we can create an invoice and you can pay the amount of 75 euro. You can use the mail they used to reply to you.
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