[mythtv-users] Sound issues
lifter89 at comcast.net
Tue Aug 21 00:32:34 UTC 2007
I don't have gmix or gmixer, but I have been able to run the gnome-soundcard-volume applet (if I right click on the speaker in the top right of the FC6 window. I have set all of the options to be visible in the Preferences dialog, and my nVidia CK804 has the following settings:
Master On (for both channels)
Master Mono On
PCM On (for both channels)
Surround Off (for both channels)
Line In On (for both channels)
CD On (for both channels)
IEC958 Playback AC97-SPSA On
PC Speaker Off
On (for both Volume AND Mic)
The following are checked on:
Line In Capture, CD Capture, Video, IEC958, IEC958 Capture, Mix, Mix Mono, Duplicate Frontend, and External Amplifier
The following are checked off:
Mic Capture, Mic Boost, Mix Front Input, Phone Capture, Aux Capture
Surround Jack: Shared
Mic Select: Mic1
IEC958 Playback Source: PCM
Mono Output Select: Mix
Channel Mode: 2ch
I know this seems like alot, and I can get screen captures if anyone thinks it'll help. I've been able to get test recordings going, DVDs being ripped down, and CDs being ripped down, but all of these don't mean scratch if I can't hear anything.
Thanks again for any and all help.
-------------- Original message --------------
From: "R. G. Newbury" <newbury at mandamus.org>
> Harry Devine wrote:
> > I don't have kmix (I'm running Gnome by default). Is there a Gnome
> equivalent? I can run alsamixer and all of the inputs seem to be unmuted in
> > Thanks,
> > Harry
> gmix or gmixer I think.
> > -------------- Original message --------------
> > From: "R. G. Newbury"
> >> Harry Devine wrote:
> >>> OK, I have what I think is a really strange problem. If I go to my
> >> Detection" or "Sound" items in Preferences and Adminstration (respectively)
> >> click on the Test button, I can hear sound. However, if I try to use a player
> >> to listen to music that was ripped down, or even play a CD, I get no sound at
> >> all. I am currently running MythDora 4.0, so my OS is FC6.
> >>> Where should I begin looking to get this to work? It is really frustrating
> >> since the Test sounds play nice.
> >> Open 2 consoles. In one, run system-config-soundcard. Set it to 'repeat'
> >> and start the test sound. In the other run 'kmix'Raise all of the
> >> volumes, and unmute all of the inputs/outputs one by one, until you find
> >> the one which actually controls the output.
> >> System-config-soundcard appears to set the volume high *only while
> >> running the test* and then re-sets it off....Damn annoying.
> >> My Via SP13000 board has 5 "VRSD" inputs, and it was the second one of
> >> those which actually controlled the volume....And no, I have no idea.....
> >> Geoff
> R. Geoffrey Newbury
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