Good evening Milincho,
On behalf of the team, my apologies for the trouble.
Some users report FxSound working fine with their surround setup, while others report problems.
This is just a (more-or-less educated) guess, but I’m guessing FxSound (and in particular the Surround effect) was created for 2.0 or 2.1 setups, and not with 5.1 and/or 7.1 setups in mind.
I’ve added your report to the existing thread on surround sound, which you can now find linked at the bottom of your post; so far, two solutions worth trying have been shared there by users who experienced similar issues:
Please let me know if these help.
I will also make sure to mention your report during the next team consultation.
Please note, that the settings you marked to be activated - Exclusive Mode & Signal Enhancements - are two main causes of problems when used in conjunction with FxSound, which I always recommend all users to deactivate for all devices in my basic “first-aid kit” list of settings to check.
(And by the way, yes, FxSound will still work even with all Enhancements switched off.)
One example (of many):
Pity, FxSound packs a lot more ‘punch’, specially when music is playing in movie/show scenes, but the spatial effect is totally lost and some voices sound weird.
Will have to restrict the FxSound use to the 5.1 Realtek Digital output. There it works great, even when I’m using patched drivers with Dolby Digital support and the Dolby Profile effects and EQ along FxSound.