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asus rog centurion true 7.1 only using front speakers

orze
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so after a long time i wanted 1 i got myself "asus rog centurion true 7.1"

and i cant say im disappointed really....i enjoy its sound and its a step up over my old razer kraken 7.1.

the true 7.1 is amazing and the sound range is good!

i got 1 problem with them....wan it gets to music or games who dont support 7.1....there.....ah....

i mean there still beter then my old kraken in my eyes!

sound is still great. but only 1 of the 4 speakers i got on each side seems to be used

the front 1 to be precise as the rog program shows.

any1 got a clue if you can activate all of the speakers each side wan is surround mode. i mean id get much higher vol and sound and there is a sub in there so id get nicer lows id gess?

im not gona be disappointed if not because i still enjoy them just would be nice if i could...

 

cpu: TR 1920

mobo: asus prime x399-a

gpu: 3090 FE (yes bottle neck but got it under msrp cant cry about it in this times!)

ram: 32gb G.SKILL Trident Z 3200 c14

psu: Antec HCP1300w Platinum (overkill i know...got it for a good price)

 

thats all needed right?...i didnt study for this exam....

 

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You might dig around in the settings, but most systems call this "extended stereo" or "expanded stereo".   You can also use some Dolby/DTS filters to expand stereo to a surround setup.  I'm not familiar with the settings of that headset specifically, but that's where I would start.

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2 hours ago, ShredBird said:

You might dig around in the settings, but most systems call this "extended stereo" or "expanded stereo".   You can also use some Dolby/DTS filters to expand stereo to a surround setup.  I'm not familiar with the settings of that headset specifically, but that's where I would start.

intresting ill chack it now thx!

 

cpu: TR 1920

mobo: asus prime x399-a

gpu: 3090 FE (yes bottle neck but got it under msrp cant cry about it in this times!)

ram: 32gb G.SKILL Trident Z 3200 c14

psu: Antec HCP1300w Platinum (overkill i know...got it for a good price)

 

thats all needed right?...i didnt study for this exam....

 

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2 hours ago, ShredBird said:

You might dig around in the settings, but most systems call this "extended stereo" or "expanded stereo".   You can also use some Dolby/DTS filters to expand stereo to a surround setup.  I'm not familiar with the settings of that headset specifically, but that's where I would start.

i dont seem to be able to find anything like that....

 

cpu: TR 1920

mobo: asus prime x399-a

gpu: 3090 FE (yes bottle neck but got it under msrp cant cry about it in this times!)

ram: 32gb G.SKILL Trident Z 3200 c14

psu: Antec HCP1300w Platinum (overkill i know...got it for a good price)

 

thats all needed right?...i didnt study for this exam....

 

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Have you updated the drivers and firmware for your headset?  I found a discussion post on Asus's website saying a firmware update can help with some scenarios.

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5 hours ago, ShredBird said:

Have you updated the drivers and firmware for your headset?  I found a discussion post on Asus's website saying a firmware update can help with some scenarios.

I got all installed.

The 7.1 is recognozed. And if i use 7.1 supported task its all great

Its just in stereo mode only the front works.

 

cpu: TR 1920

mobo: asus prime x399-a

gpu: 3090 FE (yes bottle neck but got it under msrp cant cry about it in this times!)

ram: 32gb G.SKILL Trident Z 3200 c14

psu: Antec HCP1300w Platinum (overkill i know...got it for a good price)

 

thats all needed right?...i didnt study for this exam....

 

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On 11/11/2018 at 11:26 PM, orze said:

I got all installed.

The 7.1 is recognozed. And if i use 7.1 supported task its all great

Its just in stereo mode only the front works.

Yeah, that's the expected behavior for a 7.1 system.  It still seems odd that Asus didn't include a stereo extension mode though.  I'm not sure I can help you further without having access to the headset and software myself.  Maybe try the Asus forum or emailing their tech support?  If there is an in depth user manual it might be worth digging in there too.

Sorry, wish I could be of more help!

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