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  1. #11
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    Same problem with my card too :x

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    ROG Member Array saec407 PC Specs
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    MotherboardASUS Z170-A
    Processor6600K@4.5
    Memory (part number)Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 2400 16GB
    Graphics Card #1MSI GTX 980TI Gaming
    Sound CardX-FI Xtremegamer, Phoebus, STX in HTPC
    MonitorASUS VG278H
    Storage #1Samsung MZHPV128
    Storage #2Kingston SH103.240x3 RAID0, SH103.480
    CPU CoolerCorsair H100i
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    Power SupplySeasonic Platinum 1000W
    Keyboard Gigabyte Aivia Osmium
    Mouse SS Sensei
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    Mouse Pad SS S&S
    OS W10 x64
    Network RouterASUS RT-AC68U
    Accessory #1 ASUS PCE-AC68

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    Same here with my Phoebus Solo (speakers OK, headphones only right channel). My second Phoebus is OK. Windows 8.1 x64, 8.1.1.35 drivers.

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    I have this problem too! I have no bass on the right side with a Tiamat 7.1 but very good on the left.

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    I have this problem as well just started a day ago!! works in speaker jack in both ears, headphone jack left ear does not work but right does..please fill us in if problem is solved please thanks GoldenDrako

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    Me too, it's driving me crazy but so far I also tested with onboard supreme fx, asus dgx, creative sbx, ALL have left channel louder, and I cannot balance manually because it's also trebble and bass!!!!! @Raja: I'm surprised you did not heard of it before, maybe I you would still hang out in the rampage motherboard section, you would have seen me complaining about this and seeking for help a long time ago!!! Mad mad customer

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    If all the soundcards enumerated have left channel louder then the problem is your headphones, you cannot simply think that 3 different soundcards on the same headset have issues with left channel being louder.
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    Most likely the problem in headphone amplifier.
    More details can be found here.....

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    This Problem just happened since yesterday for me.

    Asus Xonar Phoebus, on 10.0.1.40. Problem persists with 4.28 today.
    Headphones work just fine in the Speaker output but plugged into the headphone output i can only hear incredible silent noises from the RIGHT channel.
    The left one seems to work on its normal volume.
    Changing the gain doesnt make any difference to that problem.

    To understand this properly: Does the phoebus has seperate amps for each hp channel ?
    I wouldnt bother that much if the hp amp just broke completly to have even hp volumes. But this huge difference, you simply cant hear the other ear, makes wearing headphones impossible.

    Sadly the has been bought a quite a while ago, 3 years and 3 months, so rma is not an option.

    Is there a way to fix this, in any given way ? Maybe does someone know how to break the amp completly to have even volumes on both ears ?
    Or according to the link below, is it possible to try flash the firmware ?

    edit:
    There has been a second, older post about the same problem:
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...dphone-channel

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    the link from ZL0I above me was helpful for my electronic engineer master friend to look at some schematics of the DAC and OPs and AMPS and ... (the heck i dont know much about that stuff :/)
    And hes certain to measure where the faulty parts are and be able to replace it.
    Last edited by mfg][immo; 06-06-2016 at 07:53 AM.

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