Using it in a x86 Linux Ubuntu Intrepid (8.10). Playing games under Wine 1.1.16. Didn't know which port to plug into. So I tried some headphones in each one. I got the best result in the greenish one, where I got the sound, clearly, but not the music.
So I'm wondering what the different ports are for, and what I need to do to get the music to play along with the sound.
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first lets make sure your speakers are in the right plug on the back of that sound card. Sounds like you have the speakers in a plug that supports 5.1 audio after witch your only hearing that distinct channel.
Check the back there should be 3 or 4 plug ins 3.5 mm in size. They should be labeled. Make sure your plugged in the correct port on the back of the sound card itself.
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The Delta 66 uses the Envy 24 chip which is recognized by the ALSA driver in most Linux distros including Ubuntu automatically. There's no driver to install, because it's already in the the ALSA driver. Open up the ALSA mixer setup your output settings and you're good to go.
There is but one cure for this problem I am afraid and that is install compatible drivers for Ubuntu and your sound card ,windows and Ubuntu are two diffrent languages completely ..
Most manufacturers realise that Linux/ubuntu is popular medie now and do have downloadable drivers on their site , however if you cant find rthem dont despair there are many quick savy programers who use ubuntu and they write their own programs to solve such problems . many of these you will find on the linux site or click on add on's in your menu to go to the ubuntu site for recent updates and downloads the cure to the problem is and only is compatible program drivers .. or a new card with same available ... Regards Vortash
there is an adapter that will give you 2 midi connectors, as a matter of fact I have one right here, even includes a piggy backed female 15 pin connector for you to still be able to plug in a game controller. Look for it in music shops that sell computer based recording / composition software and hardware. I think I paid about CAD20 for mine
I can run audio on 3 separate channels/outputs of my laptop
I use Tricerasoft Swift Elite DJ software but the areas you need to look at for troubleshooting are probably similar:
1) check the (PCDJ) software settings for selecting the channel outputs of your Indigo DJ on each deck/ player. NOTE: 1/2 and 5/6 are the same physical port (headphone port), while 3/4 and 7/8 are also shared on the Line Out port. So make sure you use for eg. one player uses 1/2, and the other player uses 3/4 ONLY IF you want them running out to separate channels on the mixer
I personally run both my decks off the same channel, ie 3/4 so that my software can do the mixing for me. My mixer only acts as an master control device where everything else connects
2) Make sure you check your IndigoDJ Console (installed to the Windows Start menu under Echo Audio, Indigo DJ), if you have any conflicts or if for some reason one particular channel pair gets inadvertently muted, resulting in no sound coming from the port.
3) I also use my onboad sound card (typically for previewing music or for an auxillary output). This is obviously controlled by the Operating system... in Windows is is through the Sound properties, default sound device. I recommend NOT using Indigo DJ as a default sound card -- but that is a personal preference.
So in this way you actually have 3 outputs for sound
As far as cabling is concerned, it depends on what you are connecting to. I use a 1/8 (mini computer) jack to 1/4 whcih then plugs into a direct box (eleminates any static hum etc), then from the DI box using an XLR cable to the mixer. Your setup may be slightly different.
If I understand you, the LG Combo doesn't transmit music to the speakers. If this is so, then you most probably forgot to connect a lead audio cable from the COMBO to the SOUND port inside your mother board. This cable is most probably still stuck onto the sound port, and the other end hanging loose inside waiting to be plugged intothe COMBO output port. This port is betweenthe power plug and the jumper ports on the COMBO.
Just open the case and do it Riya. Come back if it doesn't solve it.