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Maudio 192 output

What inputs on my mixing desk should i use for the audio outs from the 192 sound card ?
I've tried everything.
I had been going from monitor outs directly to monitors without problem.

with thanks

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  • hurl771 Sep 09, 2008

    i have all the leads, I'm not getting any signal from the sound card.

  • hurl771 Sep 09, 2008

    I,ve tried every input on the mixer without success.
    the setup looks correct.

  • hurl771 Sep 09, 2008

    I've been using the soundcard with "monitor outs" directly to my powered monitors without problem.

    I record audio in through a berhinger mixer, I use flstudio 8.

    I've run the audio out from the soundcard to 2 standard channels on the new mixer.(behringer 1204)

    I'm just not getting any signal !

  • hurl771 Sep 09, 2008

    windows xp

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Hey I've just purchased an M Audio 192, Windows XP; with only a very very quiet signal issuing from either my Monitor Outs or the Main Output to my Stereo speakers; I've even tried putting it through my little powered Turntable Preamp, which amplified it louder, but it also sounded very bass-heavy and not correctly amplified... So it just has a quiet signal... The Drivers seem to be installed correctly and the Mixer Software shows the signal, I can turn the quiet signal up and down normally through the mixer. I've tried two different cables and different inputs on my Stereo Receiver. Even tried headphones. Do I need some kind of preamp hardware to correctly use the card?

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Try the output of your sound card with normal stereo speakers. if that doesn't work u'll need to check the driver of the sound card or replace it.

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Whats the operating system that you are using?

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You need the plug/cable that inputs to your mixing desk and outputs from your sound card.

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    Benjamin Bielski Sep 09, 2008

    Have you tried the sound card with something simple like a speaker, to ensure it works first?
    And are you available for live chat?

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    Benjamin Bielski Sep 09, 2008

    Also test the cord the same way

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    Benjamin Bielski Sep 09, 2008

    haha beat you to that idea suben ;)
    Um i think it could have something to do with the installation of certain pprograms or dirvers.
    Its unlikely but donload the trial of regitary mechanic, its fixed so many problems for me that you wouldnt thinkrelated.


    Also go to device manager and tell us what it says for the sound drivers, try giving them an update

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