myth at dermanouelian.com
Sun Nov 27 17:21:27 EST 2005
If I had something better than an old SoundBlaster Live sound card, I
would route my audio as Mike described. However, my sound card only
takes mono input and sounds absolutely terrible. So I simply send
both the PVR-350's audio out and my sound card's audio out to a
hardware mixer which sends both signals to my receiver. I get great
sound out of both and don't worry where the software is routing the
On Nov 27, 2005, at 4:33 PM, Michael T. Dean wrote:
> korebantic wrote:
>>>> or could you not redirect sound to the PVR350 sound out when
>>>> using mplayer?
>>> Nope. The PVR-350 outputs (TV out /and/ audio out) are *only*
>>> used when using the PVR-350 decoder, which can *only* be used to
>>> decode MPEG-2.
>> Hrmm, interesting. Is there a way to force the audio through the
>> sound card at all times?
> No. The PVR-350 MPEG-2 decoder can *only* output to its own TV out
> and audio out. So, you have to do exactly what Brad said he's
> doing earlier in the thread--use the PVR-350's and the sound card's
> audio out. You plug the PVR-350's audio out into the sound card's
> line in and "record" from the line in.
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