Hey all, Was wondering if people smarter than me could quickly overview my problem before I go down the warranty/repairs path, just in case I've overlooked something. Source media & other outputs work fine, I believe it is something to do with the soundcard. I've done 'the usual' inc rebooting, restarting services & re-installing entire driver/software suites as well as re-seating the PCIe soundcard although nothing appears to have fixed it. It was all working perfectly 24hrs ago There is basically a static & 'glitchy' sound on all outputs from the PC, ranging from generic system sounds to music. Here is a video of the problem. (headphone user volume warning). Everything sounds awful and as if there is a .1-.2 second gap between all audio output. Not to mention the mid/high range is non-existent & there is an overpowering/boomy bass. The first part of the video is supposed to sound like this: still searching for a clip on youtube which has it The second part of the video is a song which is supposed to sound like this: https://soundcloud.com/erasedtapes/nils-frahm-for The PC is grounded, nothing is touching the SPU. Checked all cables, area is adequately cooled. There is no EQ, SmartVolume or any sort of software filter turned on. Part list; Soundcard: Soundblaster ZX Speakers: Audioengine A5 Subwoofer: Audioengine S8 Extras: Wireless BT Adapter Was purchased from MWave on 14/10/2014, I'm assuming this type of stuff is under warranty? Or do I have to cop it on the chin & buy a replacement?