I didn't buy this motherboard for sound quality. Speakers are KEF LS50W's. My boards output level seems to be around 50-60% of what my Gbyte and Asus boards are capable of. I installed an ASUS STX-ll sound card to compare yesterday into PE4. Card was not recognized. Then went into the bios to pci-e selected auto, saved, then reset.
Sounds like you'll need to do the hard reset. When I took a pair of these home it was a giant pain getting the reset to actually work so make sure you have something small enough to press the button in long enough, a Pen wasn't working for me, you'll need a small paper clip or a very small allen wrench.
Kef LS50W’s are finnicky. I think the electronics have a 50/50 shot of being dead in 10 years. The app for the ls50’s is awful as is the remote. Dynaudio felt much better as far as remote control functions, and thr electronics never gave me any issues on the xeo 6’s. The Buchardts look great!
That's just plain wrong. If KEF cared to make the absolute best speakers they could then they would simply support LDAC, which goes up to 24-bit 96kHz. That's the same quality you get with optical input, and the maximum the KEF LS50W II can handle without an ethernet cable.
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Jun 01, 2013 · Lol FML that’s really embarrassing. Literally in the before you post a troubleshooting question post that pinned at the top of the forum it says to reset CMOS. Not sure why I forgot that step. I feel dumb. It’s fixed now thanks .
Fig.2 KEF LS50, cumulative spectral-decay plot calculated from output of accelerometer fastened to center of side panel (MLS driving Fig.5 KEF LS50, vertical response family at 50", normalized to response on HF axis, from back to front: differences in response 45-5°...
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