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Re: audio cd


I'm thinking that I should at least able to see the files in the cdrom directory. When I use konqueor to go in there, I see nothing. I also try to open the files using xmms. I have the audio plugin and it seems to be doing nothing. Data cds work fine and that's great but I'm one of those people that believe mp3 lose sound quality. I could convert them to ogg-vorbis because its really just so much better but at the same time, I have many many cds.


From: Dennis Stosberg <dennis@stosberg.net>
To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: audio cd
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2002 22:34:01 +0100

Am 03.12.2002 um 16:21 schrieb Bruce Park:

> I'm having a problem loading any audio cds. I currently have KDE as a
> desktop and I can run mp3 and ogg files. I know the cables are plugged from
> the CDRW to the sound card because they work in Windows2000.
> Is there something speical I need to do because this is a CDRW?

CDRW is not different from CD-ROM as long as you don't try to write
something. Are you sure that your mixer channels are not muted?  Do
other sound sources work and/or respond to the mixer controls?

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