Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I've recently downloaded the Focus T25 Workout and when I hit the playback, in Windows Media Player, the music was much louder than the voice. I tried playing the video in VLC and it had no audio issues at all, everything was clear and seemed to work perfectly. The reason I use Media Player is because I have my Xbox connected via Media Center, to the big screen downstairs and it makes it easier to watch movies or do workouts. Any ideas to fix the audio in Media Player?
Since Video and Audio are on separate tracks, the only solution is to obtain a program that allows you to alter one or more tracts to your satisfaction. Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate v126.96.36.199 is an example.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Liamog, i bought the exact same speakers and sound card, and i had the exact same problem as you. I tried for days to fix it and it turns out that its only a setting you have to enable in your sound card settigns. If you go into your EAX console for your creative sound card you will find a thing that sams CMSS 3D, and all you have to do is select the button that says Enable CMSS 3d surround. I hope this will fix your problem. Alex.
Posted on Jan 18, 2007
check with realtek website on compatibility? drivers? check in control panel to see if sound options are set correctly and not muted or turned down?
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
I installed my soundcard which is the sound blaster SE audigy but when i try to test the sound i see that it does not sound separately.What i have to do to make them sound saperately when i'm testing it ?
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
SOURCE: Static humming from speakers
I've had the same problem and I think I've solved the problem. I noticed that they were fine when I first turned them on. After a awhile the blue light would flicker and static would start. I figured there might be some connection so I unplugged my speakers, took off the thin rubber from bottom and removed the 3 small screws. I carefully pulled the circuit board down, spotted the led light and snipped it off. I put everything back together, double stick taped the rubber piece back on, plugged it back in and have been listening static free for hours. Yippee, no more room full of screaming babies (that's what static sounds like to me)! By the way, I'm no expert. I just have a very strong aversion to static.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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