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help with recording levels on my CHAINTECH SOUND CARD CT-AV710 7.1

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this is weird.

i installed the latest (i think) driver for my CHAINTECH SOUND CARD CT-AV710 7.1 card.

my problem:

when i record from line in source (i use cassette deck or MD player) my sound levels are really hot. i set my line in level (in my windiws sounds and audio devices settings) as low as possible. level are still so hot i am distorting in my cool edit pro program. in my windows sound settings, i can lower my line in level as stated, but i cannot lower the master recording volume, it won't let me.

anyone have *any* idea what this is about? i am a digital archivist, believe it or not, and i am screwed if i can't get clean signals onto my hard drive.

any suggestions? (i am already anticipating the "get a good sound card")

win xp, btw


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