• Download Virtual Audio Cable (VAC)
  • https://vac.muzychenko.net/en/download.htm
  • Install VAC Free (works fine for one input and a few outputs)
  • Copy and paste mmsys.cpl into windows start menu and press enter
  • Under Playback, Right Click on Line 1 and select set as default device
  • Run Audio Repeater (MME)
  • in Wave in you choose Line 1 (Virtual Audio Cable)
  • in Wave out you chose the output device you want the sound to output too
  • Run another Audio Repeater (MME)
  • in Wave in you choose Line 1 (Virtual Audio Cable)
  • in Wave out you chose the output device you want the sound to output too
  • You can repeat the Audio Repeater (MME) part according to amount of output you want

Altenative you can use VB-Audio VoiceMeeter https://vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/banana.htm

Review

Had to get a new Startech HDMI cable as my old generic one was giving me blinking black screen after swapping cables it works perfectly. it seems its a little picky on the cables

The Crimson Additional settings are missing pixel format and overscan option, hope this can be fixed by firmware or driver update

Customer Support

when i asked about a firmware update they responded in 14 minutes. Now thats pretty fast

First setup

  • Get a High Quality 4K Cable Club3D CAC-1310 or Startech HDMM1MP
  • Turn off UHD Colour on Samsung TV
  • Set Colour Depth in Crimson Additional Settings to 8bpc
  • Set Resolution to 3840 by 2160, True Color (32 bit), 60 Hertz in Settings > System > Display Advanced Settings > Display Adapter Properties > List Modes

still issues? try a newer crimson driver

My Setup:

  • AMD A10-7800 APU
  • 16GB RAM (2x8GB 1866mhz)
  • Windows 10 x64 with Crimson 16.1
  • Sapphire Radeon HD 7750
  • Samsung UE55HU7505 55" UltraHD
  • Club3D 1.2 to HDMI 2.0 Adapter (CAC-1070)
  • Startech Pro Series Metal High Speed HDMI Cable 2M (HDPSMM2M)

Comments:

  • CAC-1070 REV A0-00 FW:7.0e 1552
  • Also tested with HD 7970 3GB Reference Model
  • UHD Colour Mode must be enabled on the HDMI Port (Samsung)
  • Renaming HDMI1 to PC might get you 4:4:4 (Samsung)
  • I need to test it on newer drivers on linux to see if its supported there
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