Re: sound and tv card
> > Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 12:52:20 -0300
> From: Stephen Cormier <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: sound and tv card
> On Friday 07 July 2006 11:30, Felipe Leon wrote:
> > I could not find possibilities to connect the tv
> > to the sb live with an audio cable or smthing like
> > that.
> > any ideas on this?
> Are you sure about that even my old cheap Zoltrix
> had a line out that you
> connected to the line in on the sound card. What is
> the model number of the
> card try using lspci if you don't know off hand or
> dmesg looking for where
> the card is detected.
Im not sure but if you want I can send you some
pictures of the card I just took. I can see some sort
of jack but Im not sure it is for audio -maybe it is,
i just dont know-.
> I've never had much luck using kmix myself. Just a
> guess: try to install
> alsa and use alsamixer (from the command line) to
> configure your audio
> settings. I have the mic muted and everything else
> on. Be careful with
> your debconf questions on set-up (or
> YMMV, but my personal experience is that it is
> usually saver to rely on
> debian's commandline tools for configuring core
> things like cups, sound,
> samba, xserver, mouse etc. instead of kde's tools.
> I always avoid them
> except for thins like switching keyboard
> configuration (de - us) and kde
> look and feel.
> Hope that helps,
Thanks a lot for your comments. I used alsamixer from
the command line with the same results.
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