Question about Dell XPS 8300 Desktop
Audio signal (cassette output) applied to "line input" jack on audio card produces no output.
Ok, i'm not sure what version of windows you are running but on my windows xp machine I right click on my volume icon (little speaker) on the right side of the start bar on bottom of screen. Then click 'open volume control' , This will open up 'play control' window. In this window you now want to click 'options' in the upper left corner and select properties from the drop down menu. This will open up a second window titled 'Properties', near the top of this windows there is a section titled 'Adjust volume for', under this select the 'Recording' option. This will change the list of volume controls to your computers audio inputs. Make sure the input you are trying to use has a check mark next to it then click 'OK' on the bottom right of the 'Properties' window. The 'Properties' windows will close and the Play control window will now have the title 'Record control'. Make sure any inputs you want to use are turned up and there is a check mark next to the 'Selected' check box under the volume bar for each input. This should fix it for you. If you are using a different version of windows let me know what Windows you're using and i'll post a followup for you with the correct instructions. Good luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That Xonar is an amazing card, as an aside are you able to do bitstream successfully to your receiver? Dolby HD and DTS HD successfully? If so I may just end up getting one of these cards :).
You should be able to do what you are looking for by just almost "breaking" that 10 pin straight line connector in half. I believe half of it is the AC97 and the other half is the HD connection, you can't really hurt anything by trying it one way or the other. Just try hooking 5 out of the 10 pins onto each row of jacks and test. You should also need to enable the FP headphone support in the Xonar software, it will look something like this screenshot here... as long as it is detecting the front panel jack correctly:
I hope that picture shows up large enough....
Posted on Sep 19, 2010
To download video to the computer you will need a fire wire cable. Some cameras will download via USB. The camera end of the firewire will be a 4 pin connector and you will need to check the computer. If its a large connector that would be 6 pin, if it is small like the camera, then 4 pin.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 17, 2012
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