[mythtv] Audio Static...
Sun, 15 Dec 2002 23:26:03 -0500
Try reducing the volumes a bit on the recording and playback sides to about
50% and see if it goes away. There might be some clipping that's occuring
and might sound like static.
It might not be the answer, but certainly worth a try. Some audio chipsets
don't play nice when they're turned up real loud. YMMV.
Hope that helps,
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> Subject: [mythtv] Audio Static...
> When recording from MythTV, or watching TV through it, I
> get a *lot* of static from the Coax input. (When using the
> Composite inputs, everything seems fine.) What is even more
> strange, is the static doesn't seem to be there with xawtv.
> The same cable connection that I am using works fine
> with no static on a regular TV. I have also tried tweaking the fine
> tuning, but there is no change. Also, if I hook a VCR up to
> it, and set
> the tuner to channel 3, I get the same thing. The board
> that I am using
> is a WinTV Go (190) one a Shuttle FS40 mainboard with the
> CMPCI audio driver.
> Has anyone else seen this problem? If so, how did you fix
> it? Or, could it be that the TV tuner board has a problem
> with the TV decoder? (It's a brand new board.)
> BTW - To everyone that worked on this project, THANKS!
> MythTV is exactly what I wanted from an HTPC. Keep up the good work!
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