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Sound Problems
Subject: Sound Problems
Author: walla    Posted: 2004-04-14 06:38:10    Length: 964 byte(s)
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hello, i'm new to this forum and to the whole linux experience.

i just installed mandrake 9.2 and it found my soundcard (which i thought was going to be an issue).
well it seems that it has become one, because i get sound when playing through xmms, but i have to crank my amp's volume to nearly max levels.

the flipside is a static sound that is annoying...

any suggestions?

the soundcard is attached to the motherboard and is running on an old IBM aptiva from last millennium. This is what mandrake control center says about it:


Vendor: ‎ESS Technology
Alternative drivers: ‎esssolo1
Bus: ‎PCI
Bus identification: ‎125d:1969:125d:8888
Location on the bus: ‎0:b:0
Description: ‎ES1969 Solo-1 Audiodrive
Module: ‎snd-es1938
Media class: ‎MULTIMEDIA_AUDIO

any help would be appreciated.

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Subject: Sound Problems
Author: walla    Posted: 2004-04-14 06:41:26    Length: 163 byte(s)
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forgot to say that the sound is coming out as mono, with right channel playing the music, and left channel is producing that static sound..


 
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