[mythtv-users] Need to turn up the volume to 100% to watch TV

Dan Morphis dan at milkcarton.com
Tue Mar 2 16:50:43 EST 2004

In keeping with what Adam said, you can use aumix to set the volumes, 
then do aumix -s to save them.  Then I have a script which starts up 
mythfrontend and I put in aumix -l to load the volumes.  It cures the 
problems for me.


Adam Biskobing wrote:

>You may want to check the volume on your line in.  If the PC is
>outputing at a good rate, with stuff that isn't recorded off the line
>in, but when it outputs something recorded on line in and it comes out
>soft, sounds like the line in volume may be turned down too low.
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org 
>>[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of 
>>gkanis at cems.umn.edu
>>Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 2004 2:24 PM
>>To: Discussion about mythtv
>>Subject: [mythtv-users] Need to turn up the volume to 100% to watch TV
>>Since, I bought the tv-card and I started using TvTime and 
>>MythTV, I observed 
>>that in order to watch TV I need to turn up the volume, 
>>almost 100%. If 
>>instead I use mplayer/xine to watch a recorded movie, then I 
>>can set the 
>>volume to about 40% and that will be enough.
>>Does anybody know why? Is this a common situation or do I 
>>need to configure 
>>BTW, line in is muted and is also chosen as the recording 
>>line and I am using 
>>Alsa drivers, 2.6.3 kernel and KDE 3.1.5
>>Thank you,
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