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We're a volunteer fire department and trying to setup a wireless connection to a projector using a WPG-150 router. We have no issues with video, but we do with audio. I've hooked up the audio out from the router to our surround sound using a 3.5mm to (2) RCA y adapter and a standard rca cable. We have no audio when we try to play things over the connection. The sound works fine if we disconnect from the router. laptop is a Dell D630 with XP SP2.
Plug a set of head phones in to the WPG-150 Gateway and play something through the gateway. If you can hear it through the headphones you have a cable or stereo problem.
If you can't hear anything: On the sending computer, double click on the speaker icon in the system tray and make sure the volume is turned up on everything and nothing is 'muted.'
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
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