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Old 02-12-2013, 05:56 PM
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Originally Posted by RAM GUY View Post
Has anyone ever been able to repeat this issue on a different machine but same motherboard? One of the challanges is that we have tried to copy systems of those who report the issue (including OS, Drivers, BIOS) but it doesn't occur.
I only get it on the Dolby one. Try selecting that option, then go into Windows playback device.
Click on Corsair 1500 and click configure now click on a right speaker and you'll hear it in the Left ear.

You can tell this even more if you move the Right ear cup away from ear and click the speakers.

This only happens when Dolby option is used in the drivers software. If I select bypass or 7.1 virtual it works fine. But it has also happen couple times on the 7.1 option.

But thats easy fixed by selecting 7.1 again, the Dolby option isn't fixable without driver update.

Hope this helps.
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