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Topic # 5962 12-Dec-2005 16:39
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Im guessing this fits in here. My problem is I have a Winfast tv card in my PC, i am getting good reception etc but there is NO sound. I have tried all sorts of settings but no luck. If anyone here can help me out would be much appreciated

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  Reply # 24644 12-Dec-2005 19:16
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Is the tv card newly installed?

Sometimes tv cards have their own line-out connector, try connecting your speakers to that.

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  Reply # 24659 13-Dec-2005 10:14
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I found I had to wire my older tvtuner card to my sound card internal aux-input. However, the audio output on the tvcard was non standard so had to rewire the audio cable. Then, after much fiddling about I still had no sound. Once I un-muted the laux-input on my sound card, it was all good :-D




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Reply # 24660 13-Dec-2005 10:29
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Thanks. I found the card has to be wired to the sound card. Just a matter of plugging in a cable. all sorted now.

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