Re: Sid: Recorded audio CD is just an hour of nothing
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On Saturday 02 September 2006 12:33, Matus UHLAR - fantomas
<firstname.lastname@example.org> was heard to say:
> Can you play normal audio CD's now? Could you play before?
> There are 2 ways to play audio CD in computer: analog and digital.
> - Analog requires special cable from CDROM to your soundcard which
> transfers the cound directly and this way you tune volume using the
> "cdrom" bar. - Digital requires drive that supports digital audio
> extraction (grabbing), transfers audio through bus (ide,pci/isa)
> and you tune sound with "PCM" bar.
> Maybe you don't have the sound cable, and after upgrade your
> players switched from digital to analog audio extraction, thus you
> don't hear the sound.
That may very well be true. I'm using a Sony Vaio PCG-GRT170. I
finally tried XINE, and XINE did indeed play the CD. The player that
automatically comes up with KDE didn't, just silence. I tried again
playing with mute and volume levels for CD in alsa-mixer, but it
didn't make any difference at all. I am assuming that there is no
analog cable, and XINE is pulling it as digital data.
Thanks for the help,
September 11th, 2001
The proudest day for gun control and central
planning advocates in American history
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