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Old 08-21-2012, 7:44 PM
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So today i ditched the USB Sound Device and traveled 30 minutes to pick up a PCI sound Card. Purchased a Encore electronic 7.1 for 15.90. Now the problem is my onboard Sound and PCI card are picking up small amounts of audio very low unable to figure it out i got playback muted and using mic in on both onboard and PCI with no mic boost can anyone advise me where to start?
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Old 08-21-2012, 7:46 PM
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clarify a little more they record and put their designated radio feed just fine they are picking up from each other just a little enough to drive you crazy
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clarify a little more they record and put their designated radio feed just fine they are picking up from each other just a little enough to drive you crazy
Ground loops is the usual cause. Are your audio cables isolated? (transformer coupling). I had the same problem as well but inserted a 600 ohm line transformer in each cable cure it (and the related hum).
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Use line-in (the blue port) and not mic-in (red).
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