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    New threads are great and neat. Fixes are better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRSxIgnition View Post
    Can you be more specific about what you mean by "Full Right Channel"? We've tested all the balance options after installing drivers, and only "Front" has had any impact on the volume level. Everything else at 100% also outputs nothing if Front is at 0%.

    Can you elaborate?
    In the Realtek HD Audio Manager there is a R/L balance slider. Move that all the way to the right. This does not effect the volume of the sub it only isolates the right channel making it easier to distinguish the sound as the right speaker is the furthest from the sub.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshindaphils View Post
    In the Realtek HD Audio Manager there is a R/L balance slider. Move that all the way to the right. This does not effect the volume of the sub it only isolates the right channel making it easier to distinguish the sound as the right speaker is the furthest from the sub.
    Yep, I agree. If I turn the left speaker down, and leave the right speaker turned up, it's extremely easy to hear sound from the right speaker.

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    I installed the Audio Drivers from ASUS and I can also confirm that sound also comes out of the Right Speaker when adjusting the Balance of the audio.

    So the real issue now is that most of the sound comes from the subwoofer. The loudness of the sound from the subwoofer is more dominant than the ones on the rear speakers.

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    I will test this tomorrow morning or evening - I can usually detect things like audio very well, and I know that right-test-tones do usually sound like they are coming more from the right, even when it is the same speaker. This, combined with the fact that the back speakers sound immensely different than the sub-only sound, leads me to thing it's more of a psychological effect of expecting the sound to come from the right, rather than it actually doing so.

    Regardless - I will check as well and see if the above hold true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BRSxIgnition View Post
    I will test this tomorrow morning or evening - I can usually detect things like audio very well, and I know that right-test-tones do usually sound like they are coming more from the right, even when it is the same speaker. This, combined with the fact that the back speakers sound immensely different than the sub-only sound, leads me to thing it's more of a psychological effect of expecting the sound to come from the right, rather than it actually doing so.

    Regardless - I will check as well and see if the above hold true.
    There is nothing about a 'right' test tone that will make it sound as though it is coming from the right... it is simply a test tone delivered to the right channel there are no psychoacoustic manipulations.

    I also tested with music the difference is most noticeable in the higher frequency ranges as the sub simply doesn't produce these frequencies as well as the R/L speakers. The test tone in the Realtek audio manager is of a much lower frequency. You may have better luck using something like this site: http://onlinetonegenerator.com to more clearly distinguish the front speakers.

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    Hi all, sorry for my bad english ... I think i've a fix for this ... Maybe just for me.

    I had the problem on my first G751 and the new too (first with baklit problem ...), with Realtek drivers Asus site. In my sound panel I had two speakers, L+R and subwoofer ...
    And with the Realtek Driver by Asus, no AudioWizard Installed on my computer.

    I installed this driver for testing : 64bits Vista, Windows7, Windows8, Windows8.1 Driver only (Executable file)
    http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads/...&GetDown=false

    Reboot and ... No speaker in the menu, no sound, nothing.

    I reinstalled the previous driver by Asus and now sound look fine ... One speaker in the menu and AudioWizard is here ...

    I'm lucky or ... ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekentuor View Post
    I reinstalled the previous driver by Asus and now sound look fine ... One speaker in the menu and AudioWizard is here ...

    I'm lucky or ... ?
    That just means the software sound drivers are correctly isntalled, not that your sound is working as intended.

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    We are truly in the 11th hour here. People without extended return policies are having to decide whether to keep or send back. No resolutions. No temp fixes. No official statement from asus. No promise of reparations. Just a wait and see.

    We must speak in the only way this company understands. With our dollars. So I say we give asus five days to make an official statement, issued a fix, make an offer of reparation, or at least explain when we can expect a fis.

    Anyone agree? Light the Fire.

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