Sound Problems

Sound Problems

Post by Jon R. Oote » Wed, 24 May 2000 04:00:00

When I try to play a CD the player comes up and takes control of the
device.  I can start, stop, fast forward, and reverse the CD; only I
can't get any sound.  When I went to /dev to check the audio file it was
not there.  Has anyone seen anthing like this before?



1. Sound Problem: Sound at very low frequency

Dear all,
I have installed RedHat 7.0 on my machine and tried to configure
the sound using sndconfig.  I chose ES1888 despite the fact
that my card is really ES1788.  The sample that sndconfig
plays for testing is played very clearly.
However, when I try to send any other, higher frequency sample
(such as using mpg123 to play mp3s) the sound is played very
slowly as if the frequency it was played at was much lower than
the sampling frequency.
I try specifying different playback rates but that has no effect.
I also tried other drivers but the problem is still there.
Any advice will be greatly appreciated!


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