FAQ - Digitallife U2AUDIO7-1
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Question - I Am Trying To Connect My 7.1. Speakers Up To My Dell Optiplex 9020 Mtw. Using A 3.5 That Was In My Old Computer, With 2 Rca's Going Into My Onkyo Reciever.. I Am Not Getting Sound, A Blue Light Is Flashing, But No Sound. Reply: 1. Pls install the Application Software according the installation guide. 2. Settings Reference - https://www.vtop.shop/pages/u2audio7-1■ Driver Installation and Hardware Verfication■ Correct Connection & Settings■ Why Can Not Get 7.1 / 5.1 Out RemarksThe ONKYO TX-SR604 is a audio receiver with 7.1 sound function. We need another Audio cable to link the U2AUDIO7-1 with TX-SR604. i.e. 3.5mm to...
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What are the instructions for getting it to work with Win10? with 5.1 channels - when it's doesn't plug and play Reply - The U2AUDIO7-1 does works on Windows 10 (32-bit, 64-bit). In order to performe full function, the U2AUDIO7-1 requies install Application Software. While as for the full function, Please go to https://www.vtop.shop/pages/faq-digitallife-u2audio7-1-how-to-set-the-7-1-sound-card
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To use Digitallife U2AUDIO7-1 External 7.1 Sound Box, you have to get codec installed & updated on your Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Enabling Package Repositories First, you have to make sure that the official main, restricted, universe and multiverse repositories are enabled. To do that, open the Software & Updates app from the Application Menu of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS. Updating Package Repository Cache: Now, update the package repository cache with the following command: $ sudo apt update The APT package repository cache should be updated. Installing Multimedia Codecs Multimedia codecs are essential for playing audio and video files. By default,...