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Re: [vox-tech] high-pitch noise when trying to raise the volume
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Re: [vox-tech] high-pitch noise when trying to raise the volume

On Sun 23 Jul 06,  1:28 AM, Hai Yi <yihai2004@gmail.com> said:
> hello,
> I have a problem with adjusting the volume when I watch the movie or
> listen to the music: the sound becomes unbearable high-pitch noise
> when I raise the volume (using alsamixer or other).
> I hope I could be able to provide more details, however, there is not
> too much info about it.
> Anyone experience this kind of problem?
> Thanks a lot,
> Hai

Hmmm... Sounds like you might be hearing feedback.  Do you have a microphone
hooked up to your soundcard?  If so, disconnect it.

Also, use whatever mixing software you use to mute the input.  For example,
with "xmix" (am I showing my age?) turn "mic" down all the way.


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