how do you play Aux-In through Windows?

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  1. Kaz

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    You can record it to a wav file using recorder but there appears to be no way of listening to it.
    If I could, my HDA Mystique could do DDLive encoding and my life would be complete, I mean I'd be a bit happy :D
     
  2. mjn

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    You shouldn't need anything running :confused:
     
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    Its a bit hard to be exact without knowing your windows version but you should try

    Find Control Panel

    Sound and Audio Devices-> Volume->Advanced

    If you don't see Aux in on the menu Options->Advanced Controls

    Now check the sound level for the Aux device is greater than zero and not muted
     
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    I'm sure I've done all those things
    I'm running XP Pro SP2.
    I've checked that the volume is up and not muted for the aux in, but just because you have something attached to the line in, doesn't mean you're going to hear anything.
    Afterall there's to be a D2A conversion for it to be audible through windows.
    So what do you use to tell windows to do that?
    The only way I've had my PC pay attention to the feed is to reocord it, but this happens in silence. I can then listen to the recoding afterwards. I want to hear it live.
     

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