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shermanp

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#19461 18-Feb-2008 13:11
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Hi, I doubt anyone will be able to help me here, but I have a Creative Audigy 2 ZS Notebook sound card (Love it to bits!!), which came with a speaker docking cable, allowing one to plug in 5.1/7.1 speakers (analog connectors).
However a couple of weeks ago this was stolen, and I've been trying to find a replacement for it, without having to get a new card.
i am currently using optical conn to my speakers, which is not ideal for games...

If anyone can help please let me know... Am willing to pay for it.

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  #111381 18-Feb-2008 13:33
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try contacting Ascent Computers, they may sell them or similar.  They stock a lot of Creative stuff, and were quite helpful selling me the Zen Vison M video cable.

It's a shame there are no Creative stores in NZ.  Was good looking around one last time I was in Singapore.

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  #111387 18-Feb-2008 14:21
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Ascent was the first place I looked. Unfortunately it seems that no one in NZ sells them, or the Speaker Docking Module that is designed for the X-Fi Notebook card (but has the same physical connecter). :(

 
 
 
 


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  #111411 18-Feb-2008 16:35
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How about e-mailing Creative then?

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