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Problem with sound

There was a problem with my pc where i had to reinstall my windows after which the sound frequency is high. like a normal persons voice is heard like that of a child

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    John Stanton Jul 04, 2008

    sound is like it is being played at a faster than normal speed. since new.

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Need new driver for ur sound card be quick and get it from the support area of ur laptop

Posted on Aug 16, 2008

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This takes a couple hours to upload a 45 minute tape to ITunes, is this normal? If so it will take the rest of my life to record my cassette collection. Is there a way to bypass ITunes & just use...


Welcome to analog sound. It hardly matters what you have upstream, the slowest link in the chain will determine the fastest speed. A cassette deck's high-end frequency response is dismal at normal speed. It only loses MORE high frequencies if you increase it, say, to dub cassettes. Playing out to the usb is at normal speed. Block out some time. That's the way it is.

http://www.ionaudio.com/products/details/tape-2-pc

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Noise Control and Being a Good Neighbour


Whether you live in a private dwelling, or in a multiple home dwelling, such as a condo or apartment building, one should pay attention to controlling the sound from home theatre and stereo systems. In this case, we are generally talking about managing the bass frequencies of the sound system. High frequencies tend to be absorbed by common building materials. The physical/mechanical aspects of sound transmission are complex, but the average person can apply some simple and inexpensive methods to minimize the unwanted transmission of bass frequencies beyond the listening space. <br /> Transmission of bass frequencies can often be controlled by placing bass-producing speakers on pieces of rubber material. These can be as simple as scrap pieces of rubber mat, salvaged rubber feet from other equipment, etc. The physical placement of speakers can determine the amount of bass frequencies that the sound system produces in the listening space. Generally, more bass is generated by placing speakers in corners, and along the shortest wall of a room. <br /> Of course, adjusting the bass and volume controls is a method that can be used to satisfy personal tastes or to control the sound in any situation. Many home sound systems now employ a subwoofer to provide enhanced bass response. This can add lifelike sound quality to the home listening experience, but it is probably the source of most noise complaints. The subwoofer channel of most video program sound tracks has more bass intensity than one generally finds in television, radio or music sound sources. To prevent disturbing the neighbours, one should employ all of the methods detailed above, to reach a happy medium of being able to enjoy full spectrum audio within reason. Personally, I ask my neighbours listen in their homes, while I adjust my maximum sound system volume to a level that they would not complain about. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />

on Oct 28, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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What is the purpose of a graphic equalizer?


A graphic equalizer is designed to allow the user to tailor the music to his or her personal hearing. Obviously not everyone hears frequencies the same. As you get older or are exposed to loud noises you lose sensitivity to certain frequencies. To compensate for that you can boost or cut the fequencies being played through your system. Originally the graphic equalizer was designed to make corrections to bad recordings and deficiencies in the recording medium of the time. Now they are used more to compensate for hearing deficiencies. To understand how an equalizer works you need to understand that ideally the normal person can hear about 20 khz of audio when they are young and have perfect hearing. Probably more realistically they can hear 20 hz to 15 khz. Enter the equalizer. All sounds are heard differently according to the intensity of the frequency. If your hearing is bad, say down 10db at 10khz, with an equalizer you could boost 10khz by 10db and make up for it. An equalizer contains filters which breaks the audio spectrum into bands. Could be 3, 6, 10, 15, 20 or more. The more bands the more the equalizer costs but the more corrective power you have. We have equalizers with 64 bands. . The numbers on the sliders are the frequencies your equalizer can boost or cut. Keep in mind that they are the center frequency and will effect frequencies on either side for about a 10db range. So you can cut/boost frequencies at 50hz (very low), 200hz (low but still bass), 800hz (low to mid range), 3.2khz (range of speech), and 12.8khz (high frequency). The best way to observe how your equalizer works would be to play something and adjust one control at a time to see what it does. You will notice a difference. Then it basically becomes a project to adjust the unit to the way that you like to hear your music. You like bass, boost the low frequencies. Like the highs, boost them. Give it a try.

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I need to know what knobs turn which way and what buttons need to be on


Volume/Squelch control: As desired
ETone: Sets the sound of the echo as desired
MicGain/RF Gain control: Normally, leave fully clockwise
Band Switch: for CB, turn all way to left (a/e)
Mode Switch: Selects how you modulate the radio. Normally, you will operate on AM, USB or LSB.
Fine/Coarse control: Changes the frequency you operate on. Normally, set so the frequency counter reading ends in 5. (center slot of the channel).
Buttons:
RB: Roger beep. Turn on or off as desired.
NB/ANL: Noise limiters. Leave on.
Frequency Counter: Turns counter lights on and off.
+10 KHZ: Allows you to get the channels missed by the Channel knob. Normally, leave off.
Power: Selects either high or low transmitter power setting.
Band: Selects band of operation. Low (A-D) or High (E-F)

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Cracking sound in high frequences when playin right cahanel only


u might not have any problem in cd player as per as my concerns i think u have normal speakers or a woofer they both are made for normal frequencies or low freq. respectively If u want good sound for high freq. u need to get twitter (chiller)
Or this may because of faulty right channel wire

Feb 27, 2010 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Desktop monitor shows lines when i put it on. These line prevent me from seeing the display well. What do i do?


This is normally an indication that this specific monitor cannot synchronize properly: the cause is the requested resolution is too high or the frequency specified is too high. In windows, specify a lower display resolution for your display adapter such as 800 X 600 and gradually change it to a higher resolution until the dsiplay becomes unacceptable to use. Hope it helps! Let me know how you go.

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"Input Not Supported" message on monitor at boot


Sounds to me like the input has gone out of the boundaries the monitor supports. IE the refresh rate is too high frequency (normally 60 to 72 Hertz for LCD's) or the screen resolution has been set too high.

Go into safe mode and set it back to 1024 X 768 at a frequency of 60 Hz, once back into windows proper you can try higher resolutions and change your refresh, if the screen goes black or displays a message "Out of Bounds" or similar it should revert after 15 seconds if left alone.

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Windows starts and then the screen goes black


If you have your windows program on cd-rom try putting it in before starting your computer. Then run a virus scan.

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Help install sound software


Hi Thabz, a system that request you to keep rebooting the PC is normally caused by a program you recently installed. If you are able to continue running windows with out windows restarting & able to get into Add/Remove programs long enough to uninstall that program than try it. (this is more often not possible). You can also try presing F8 every 2 seconds (while booting thePC) & load windows boot menue. Here you can pick (Disable automatic restart on system failure). Try again to uninstall that recent program. Another option using the F8 key, you can also pick (last known good configuration).
If these haved all faild than I suggest you re-install windows, (over write it).
You can repair windows by booting to your Windows CD & reinstall windows. A reinstall will not earse your data, it will over write windows. Some programs will need to be reinstalled but your personal data will stay.
Here is the link for your Gigabyte board, (includes drivers & Manual).
http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Products/Motherboard/Products_Spec.aspx?ProductID=2304

Best of luck to you!
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Mike

Mar 28, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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