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Gamesurround Sound Card Problems


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waynf

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Anyone out there acquainted with operation of Gamesurround L-8738-C sound card . I installed this card two or three months ago, but only got to trying to record something today. I used a Teak Cassette recorder with Dolby noise reduction. I went on to record "display" and attempted to record some music. I could hear the music coming through my speakers while it was recording, but when I played back the wave file, I hear nothing. I saved the file to "My Music" and tried that but to no avail. By the way if anyone knows, when recording is the solid horizontal lilne on the display supposed to fluctuate during recording or playback. I even burned the file on a rewritable disk, but when Media Player 9 opened up, I hear nothing. All volumes are at their peak. I have a feeling that the audio in cable from the tape deck to the computer might be working only on the left side.

Also should I be saving the wave sound file to hard drive or was I correct in saving it to "My Music" folder. Media Player cannot even play "sample music".

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See I haven't use Teak Casette recorder software. But each of them must have option to select the source from where you want to record.

Check whether you have selected the same input source as you have connected your deck to computer in Teak Casette recoder, i.e, if you have connected your deck on "Line In" then select "Line In" as source in software or if it "Mic" then select "Mic" as source.

Last thing that you can save your file wherever you want on your hard drive.

Hope this might help. :tazz:
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Where would I go to set "Line In" as opposed to "Mic". Also I noticed that when I test my Sound Recorder there is a method to test "Microphone" and "speakers" but nothing for "Auxiliary Line In".

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