Audio Setting

  • Audio Output Setting
    This option is used to configure the audio output mode for DVD X Player. Please select the correct one from the following according to the actual configuration of your PC.
    • 1 speaker – MONO
      Mono channel output which combine multi channels into a single channel for output.
    • 2 speakers – STEREO
      Twin channels stereo which combine multi channels into twin channels output.
    • 4 speakers – L, R, LS, RS
      The 4 channels output option is suitable for computer with sound card supporting 4 channels output. They are left, right, left surround and right surround. If your computer system use 4 speakers, you may use this option. In this case, DVD X Player will automatically assign 4 independent channels for these speakers and enable you to enjoy the true surround sound effect.
    • 5 speakers – L, C, R, LS, RS
      The 5channels output mode is suitable for computer with sound card supporting 5 channels output. They are left, center, right, left surround and right surround.
    • 6 speakers – 5.1 channels, L, C, R, LS, RS, LFE
      If your computer is provided with the sound cards which support 6-channel (left, center, right, left surround, right surround, and LEE ) output and six speakers, we advise using the function to obtain the surround sound experience. The mode is suited for the DVD discs that have multi-channel encoding function, such as Dolby Digital 5.1.
    • 7 Speakers – 6.1 channels
      7 channels output mode (6.1 channel mode): If your computer is installed with sound card with 7 channels output and is using 7 speakers, it will automatically export produce a more true and super surround effect when playing DVD with 8 channels.
    • 8 Speakers – 7.1 channels
      8 Channel output mode (7.1 channels): If your computer uses 8 speakers, you can use this option. DVD X Player will automatically assign 8 channels for those speakers which will produce the feel of being at the live show.
    • S/PDIF – to external audio decoder
      Stereo signals shall be output to the external receivers through S/PDIF compatible sound card. S/PDIF is an advanced digital interface technology developed by Sony and Philips that is different from the traditional analogue interface for signal transmission. If you want to enjoy the true 6 channels audio quality, you must have external Dolby Digital decoder and they must comply with the S/PDIF compatible sound card.

  • Default
    Reset the audio output option to its default value.
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