Sound is coming out like broken speakers when using stereo input
I'm a court reporter. The software I use has to run with stereo input. I have a separate box that a live mic plugs into, as well as a USB cable which also connects to the computer We've been able to get it to record but the sound comes out staticky and like broken speakers. When testing the sound, everything else sounds normal. The owner of the software suggested I get an external sound card, Audigy 2 ZS notebook which is discontinued. Any suggestions?
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I think it won't be possible to get rid of the feedback and quality will be poor when recording this way. Try software like Audacity and set the audio source to record directly from the sound card. The input device should be set to "Windows WASAPI" for Windows and output set to a loopback device. How to Record the Sound Coming From Your PC Even Without Stereo Mix
IF you're allowing to adjust the sound volume from your laptop,,, that's means that you have good sound driver software. try to connect audio system or headsets in audio input jack, If there's no sound come out from the headsets?,, update your sound driver and wait for the results. Having the sound from the headsets and nothing from laptop speakers... the speakers of your laptop is defective.
Most likley your Panasonic does not have an 1/8th" input. Go to your local rip off shack. Purchase an 1/8th" male to dual male RCA stereo jack. Plug the 1/8th inch into you laptop, the RCA Red and White into an input on your reciever. Select that input on your Panasonic and blow the windows out... However if you have bought pc speakers that have a subwoofer and some smaller sattelite speakers they should already have the 1/8th" jack to feed them. Either way it should be an easy fix.....
You can connect a powered stereo speakers or amplifier to your laptop for better
sound. Connect an audio cable from the headphone socket on the laptop to
the powered stereo speakers or amplifier audio input.
Your laptop has a High Definition integrated sound card which will do just fine for low-to mid end recording. You'll just need to hook up your audio source to the Microphone input on your laptop using a standard DIN plug, just like the one used for headphones. Usually the plug is a stereo input so you can have full stereo recording using the Microphone input.
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what kinda connection did you made?? what kinda cord did you use....anyway...it usually works that way..you can get image on TV ..by setting the image card driver ...but the sound bust be connected separately ...if your TV has a input plug for sound...just take a proper cable ...and get signal from the green out of the computer and plug it into the input of the tv ...this way you will have sound comming from the TV speakers and access on the volume with its remote control ...but no matter what kinda plug u used for the connection with the tv ...you will not get eny thing more than image.. so...if your TV doesnt support sound plug in just attach some speachers ...
Try using head phones to see if you get sound. If you get sound ur speakers on the laptop are blown, if not it might be the sound circuit. You should check Device Manager to see if ur sound card is showing up or if there is an error on it. If its blown you might not find any sound device or it might be highlighted with an error
Before going to any shops, here is a suggestion that can't hurt anything.
Go to the Control Panel and click on Sounds and Audio Devices. On the Volume tab at the bottom, you will see "Speaker Settings". Click on the Advanced button. Change that setting to "Stereo headphones". You should hear the sound only through the headphones then.
buy a creative sound pcmcia card with stereo inputs...it runs aboout 50 bux at compusa...another solution would be usb audio input, they are also available at compusa,tigefr direct...i hope this helps...