ASUS Xonar DX - Issue: Wave/Mix Low Volume with Echo effect Tags: High-End Audio Asus Sound Cards Audio Last response: January 21, 2013 8:43 AM in Home Audio Share Amelor Imyin January 10, 2013 5:10:38 PM Hello I have recently bought a Xonar DX soundcard and there is something awkward going on when I record from "Wave" or "Stereo Mix": * Recording Volume is set to 100% but the sound is very low in comparison to "Speakers". See this image: http://postimage.org/image/qa4dagpe3/full/ * When recording wave or stereo mix there is an echo effect which i haven't found a way to turn off. I have tried drivers from cd, latest and previous version without result. I'm running latest driver on Win7 x64 with an analouge 5.1 surround system and discovered this when i tried to use Fraps to record a video. What to do? Thanks in advance. More about : asus xonar issue wave mix low volume echo effect Amelor Imyin January 12, 2013 9:27:45 PM Update: I have tried something named ASUS XONAR Unified Drivers 1.64 It did fix the problems above, but for some reason DirectSound is somehow set to Stereo and this really ruins the experience of many games and even videos on youtube/flash and windows media player. I have reinstalled and upgraded the drivers in pretty much every possible way I could think of and fiddled with every setting i though might make a difference Amelor Imyin January 21, 2013 8:43:55 AM Card was sent on RMA because the first issue came back. Got another Xonar DX now and it actually does what it's supposed to. Problems solved Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Low Volume Issue - Asus Xonar DGX Forum Asus Xonar DX Echo in Games Forum SolvedAsus Xonar DX PCIe 7.1: Low-level or Mid-level gaming? Forum ASUS Xonar DX PCI-E and Latency issue . Forum ASUS XONAR DX SETUP ISSUE Forum Asus Xonar DX Power issue Forum Asus Xonar Dx optical out issues Forum Asus Xonar DX issues... Forum More resources Read discussions in other Home Audio categories Headsets High-End Audio MP3 Players Pioneer Pro Audio Speakers Yamaha !