Very low audio from speakers

Very low audio from speakers

Post by gerr » Fri, 19 Dec 2003 23:15:42


I recently upgraded my Compaq 5000 computer from Windows
98 to Wondows 2000 professional. After doing so and
upgraded all my drivers, my audio is very low. Everything
seems to be OK. The computer tells me everything is
working fine. Can anyone help?
 
 
 

1. Volume to low while playing DVD avi -> How to play 5.1 audio with 2 speakers?

2. Anyone using the Ultra Low Power audio DSP's in non audio applcations?

I'm referring to the Ultra Low Power DSP's customized for hearing aids
and headsets, they are very small, very fast processors and use very
little power (0.05mW/MIPS) and run on 1.2 volts, quite impressive

here is one
http://www.yqcomputer.com/

CoolFlux in another one, but they only license the cores

www.coolfluxdsp.com

I'm just becoming familar with these type of processors, although they
appear to have hardwired semi programmable filters (coprocessor), it
also seems to have a generic DSP,RAM, A/D, D/A etc, but not much
details on the site (no data sheets), is there something about these
units that doesn't allow them to be used for general purpose DSP
(assuming you can live with the A/D specs)? Or do they cost $200/each
and that partially explains why hearing aids are $3000? :)

3. Why is HDTV audio so low (compared to standard definition audio)?

4. Extremely low volume using headphones, but No sound in speakers, after Vista updates.

5. Low Bandwidth Speaker Detection

6. Having a low volume sound in my 5:1 speakers!

7. Speaker phone volume too low (mpx200)

8. Low Fat, Low Carb, Low Calorie and every other crazy fad diet you have tried.

9. Mystery low-end machine; low-end grunt work; low-end (even temporary) OS anyone?

10. Capture Speaker audio without Stereo Mixer

11. no audio from the MAG INNOVISION speakers

12. AUDIO SYSTEM AND SPEAKERS SHUT DOWN

13. Real-time audio: soundcard to speaker