Erik P. Olsen wrote: > On 27/07/09 17:20, Mikkel L. Ellertson wrote: > [snip] >> One thing to check on the applications that play the CD, but do not >> produce sound is how they are set up to get sound from the CD. I >> have found that a lot of programs still default to using the analog >> line from the CD to the sound card, yet most new machines do not >> have this cable, so you need to reconfigure them to use digital >> sound over the interface. You then end up suing the PCM mixer >> control instead of the CD control to control volume... > > My sound card is an olde AW320 from Aopen. It does use the little cable from > the CD and the sound is OK on F10. Should I really reconfigure the sound > card and is it at all possible? > You do not have to reconfigure sound. It may be worth it, depending on the quality of the DtoA converter in the CD-ROM drive, the DtoA converter on the sound card. the quality of your speakers, and how well you hear. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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