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micke
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Hello All..

I have install Win XP becurse i read on you page that 2000 wouldent work..

Now i have install everything and everuŭthing works exept my sound..

I can hear that something is "on air" but i cant here the music, is so "emty"..
My soundcard is correct installed and i have put the cable between soundcard and PciMAx 2006..

Sorry for my english.. Hope you understand what i meen..

// Micke
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pcs
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Work on your cable connection. That's where the problem is.
Maybe it isn't plugged into correct socket.

Try it with speakers first to make sure you're getting audio
from your sound card.

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micke
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Hi Pcs..

I have try that to...
I have my headfones in that jack..
I switch and Nothing..
I put my headfones back and *wips* i have sound

It works when i use you own appz.. But when i use SAM3 i dosent cut the "on air stuff"...
But i still dosent have sound in both..

/ Micke
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Set sam3 to output audio to speakers

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micke
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Have done that too
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Start PCI MAX driver, set frequency.

Than use any application you want that outputs sound to speakers
and you'll have sound on your radio. Can't be much simpler.

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Hello,
Last night I couldn`t get my card to produce a stereo output. My tuner was showing a stereo signal but the sound was mono well the left channel was very weak, anyway it was the cable that PCS sent with the card, It was bad so you might want to try a different patch cord.

Bob
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Its even I am a spammer and this is my stupid link plated, about as good as it can be for 3.5mm jumper cable.

Maybe you just had bad luck with the cable.

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drumman
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Yea,
Just because it is new doesn`t mean that it`s perfect, sometimes things happen and defective items get to the public, it`s not your fault (meaning PCS) you can`t check every patch cable, and i know the company that makes them doesn`t check everyone of them maybe one out of every 2000 made, and sometimes that one bad one gets out.

Bob
Tue Apr 04, 2006 4:58 pm View user's profile Send private message
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