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    MAXIMUS V GENE SupremeFX III Chip HDMI Question

    I previously posted this question on the build advice page, now I think the general hardware page might be a better place for it...

    Hello All,

    Are the SupremeFX III Chips audio capabilities in any way reduced when connected to an audio receiver through an HDMI cable? Or must I use the six analog audio jacks in order to gain it's benefits?

    Thank you in advanced for any input.

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    Not sure, I would hook sound signal to the receiver via multiple inputs, Analog vs Digital coax/toslink vs HMDI and do the ear test. I am guessing no. Are you using video card or on board only?

    Sorry, I use Asus Essence One http://www.guru3d.com/article/asus-essence-one-review/ with a Emotiva Amp to Studio speakers.


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    Thanks for the reply

    I'll be connecting a MAXIMUS V to a Sony Home Theater System using the on board sound chip and no current plans for an additional sound card. The receiver has three types of input HDMI, Optical, and L/R (Red/White) stereo. Do you (or anyone) know how to get the best out of the Supreme FX III Chip with out using the six analog outputs or do all outputs receive their signal from the chip?
    Last edited by M0DSlayer; 05-15-2012 at 01:42 PM.

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