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  1. the diagram is what i want to achieve, the other description is the one i have right now. to complete my diagram in real life i need a converter from 5.1 cables to digital so i can connect my PS4. Weird that that 3rd wire confuses you, they are different colors, green, pink, and black here is a picture (i know my cable management is on point).
  2. So long story short i have had this Logitech 5.1 system for a while now and it is great, the thing is i have been using a super janky solution to connect it to my PC and PS4. This is how the thing goes 6 channel direct to an RCA converter, then it splits the RCA signal to two RCA to 3.5 mm jacks, one goes to my TV and then thru HDMI to my PS4. The other one (RCA to 3.5 mm jack) then goes to my PC thru a 3.5 mm hole in my keyboard, So basically a disaster. First this is shitty because it defeats the whole 5.1 thing cause it is receiving a stereo signal. My solution is as follows, from the 6 channel direct, split each one to two 3.5 mm jacks, then one end of each one connect it directly to the ports on my PCs audio ports, but then the problem is when i want to connect the others to my PS4, i was thinking an adapter from 6 channel direct to optical audio or something but i cant seem to find it, if someone can help find one or maybe have some other better solution i would really appreciate it. I am also attaching a sketch of what i wanna do maybe this helps :).
  3. Thank you for the response, where can i get faster ports? it said in the Tp link box it had speeds up to 300 mbps? should i return my Ap and get another one?
  4. so i just upgraded from 80 mbps to 120, and when i connect via Ethernet directly to my isp provided router it runs fine 120 mbps everytime, the problem arises when i connect via ethernet my isp router with an access point it then doesnt give me the full 120 mbps, when connected to the AP (Via Ethernet of course) it just gives me 80, and thats the same thing with all of my APs it just wont go above 80. so the diagram is as follows: Isp router - PC = 120mbps Isp router - AP - PC =80 mbps i need help i bought a new AP and cables just to get the full speed in my bedroom but id doesnt work ISP Router - Arris TG862 AP - Tp-Link TL-WR840N Cable - Cat-5e tried different cable lengths and nothing also tried all diferent modes on the tp link, as a router and as an AP
  5. 3rd Update: seems like the Realtek audio driver was the issue, will have to game more to see if it really is done, but seems like it for the moment. i can restart normally now.
  6. i get this when restarting: ill try changing my driver to windows default see what happens
  7. 2nd Update: even with my components im getting some weird lag issues, every 10 min or so i get occasional lag spikes (small stutters) on battlefield 5 accompanied by a small but noticeable audio artifact, not sure what it is, maybe GPU? idk im thinking audio driver, but why would it lag the game? also when i restart my pc from windows it just keeps loading on the restart screen and doesn't actually restart,
  8. Update: Changed my Mixamp pros settings from PC mode to PS4 mode, looks like that kinda fixed the issue, it has not messed itself up in a while.
  9. Ok so this is kind of a long story but here we go: first ill detail the hardware i had: Gigabyte AB350 gaming 3 motherboard gtx 1070 ti ryzen 5 2600x 1 tb hdd boot 250g ssd for games stock cooler 8gb ram 2400 mhz 750 W power supply So i recently changed the following components: RTX 2080 from evga samsung 970 evo plus 1tb nvme (So now i have 2 SSD) and 16 gb of ddr4 3000 mhz from corsair Ok so i installed all that and cloned my hdd to my new ssd, and set my ram profile to xmp, so i was playing normally until, bam after 3 or 4 hours of playtime on apex legends i got BSOD saying memory management error, that was followed by some weird sounds coming from my headphones while it happened, something i saw when i got back into windows after a BSOD checking device manager was that one of the USB composite devices had an alert as if it was having an error, so i had to disconnect my headset and reconnect it to solve that, and then i also had another BSOD "irql_not_less_or_equal", i got that twice playing apex and battlefield 5. so i got scared and started troubleshooting my new rig, reinstalled windows twice, updated drivers, flashed BIOS, and everything i could, even reversed to my old ram to see if it still happened and it did solve it, or so i thought, so i figured it was ram, i investigated a little and saw that sometimes you gotta bump up the voltage to make the system more stable at the rated speeds of the new ram, so i did that and "fixed" the issue, i didn't get BSOD anymore, but did get a very annoying audio error, its why im here in the first place. so im playing normally and hearing everything (I have an astro A40 with the mixamp pro. game audio coming through optical cable, and communications (mic and voices from friends) through USB) but suddenly i hear like an audio distortion, and my screen freezes for like 0.1 seconds and i cant talk anymore and hear anyone in game or in discord (NOTE: i can still hear the optical audio just fine.), so i go to audio management and see that it does recognize my mic and my headset and they are active and everything, i just don't see the green bar to the right of the device showing that its's working, so then i reinstalled windows and hoped for the best, but its still not working correctly, i've tried reinstalling realtech audio drivers and everything but it doesn't work, when i try reinstalling them it prompts me to restart and i got another BSOD with the error saying: Driver Power State Failure, i dont know what to do, i tried messing with the power settings, drivers, checking event viewer, device manager it all shows its working fine. please help thx love yall