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Tiamat 7.1 on new Blade Stealth

Discussion in 'Systems' started by icepick314, Oct 10, 2016.

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  1. icepick314

    icepick314 New Member

    I need to upgrade and Razer Blade Stealth is one of the model I'm thinking of getting (MSI GT is second choice and Acer Predator is third)...

    I have Razer Tiamat 7.1 analog for my gaming desktop which will be replaced later but for now I would like to use Tiamat 7.1 on the new laptop.

    Is there a way to use analog 7.1 headset out of Razer laptop or any other laptop?

    Not even Sound Blaster makes external USB sound card with analog 7.1 output.

    Thanks.
     
  2. GenTheIdiot

    GenTheIdiot Active Member

  3. icepick314

    icepick314 New Member

    sometimes I wonder if people who reply actually understand the questions...

    those are 7.1 virtual sound card that uses 2.1 headsets...it only has 2 plugs...one for mic and one for audio...

    what I need is 7.1 analog solution with 4 audio outputs...
     
  4. GenTheIdiot

    GenTheIdiot Active Member

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  5. icepick314

    icepick314 New Member

    looks like Startech and other clone models do not support Windows 8.1 or 10...drivers are not updated to modern OS and support from the manufacturer doesn't have any solutions....
     
  6. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Honestly, I wouldn't have ever tried to attach my Tiamat 7.1 to a laptop in the first place, if there were external cards that could manage it. I just can't imagine taking my Tiamat 7.1 with all the cables and the control box "on the go" just seems like a hassle to me. If the plan was to only use the external card and the headset at home, then it's at least bit more do-able, but it still just feels more like a desktop PC solution than something suitable to a laptop.

    I'd probably just start saving up for a more appropriate headset to use with a laptop and skip the external sound card. Just my two cents.
     
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