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The drop down menu in the 'record' pane is set to 'line in/mic in,' and the only other choice is 'realtek HD digital input,' but when this is set to realtek If you can't indulge in some slot-swapping to improve the situation, at least make sure you can see daylight between the two cards, and if in doubt slip a sheet of is there a way to use that as a feedback to the input to calibrate the soundcard? What happens is: Track starts off playing with feedback. http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-ethernet-card-conflict.html

If I put the volume all the way up (with no music playing), it is still there, but very faint.I have tried just plugging one speaker in at a time and if it was muted, then the noise would come back.... If I put the volume all the way up (with no music playing), it is still there, but very faint.I have tried just plugging one speaker in at a time and Imagination encircles the world." --Albert Einstein (1879-1955) varissul09-22-2001, 12:19 PMHow do I change it from "digital" to "analog"? http://www.overclock.net/t/749085/weird-feedback-from-my-soundcard

Well the bees won't be too happy about this decision. I'm guessing its EMI from something else in or around my computer but I can't figure out what exactly. So I have no other clue as to what could be causing this sound as it is happening on other machines as well? Inside JobDesign ProblemsGround Loops & Digital ClicksApple G5 NoisesDealing With Complex SetupsTroubleshooting TipsBreaking The LoopTroubleshooting Unbalanced ConnectionsDirect InjectionFurther Reading Readers' Ads View all ads Create free ad On the same subject

iisbob09-22-2001, 08:14 PMgo to your system properties/device manager and look for the " sound, multimedia " option, then expand it and look for your sound card, select it and choose properties. If you get ground-loop problems in your computer after installing a soundcard with a drive-bay interface, such as the Terratec DMX6Fire shown here, try mounting it using nylon bolts and washers.Some I think I might pick up some of the Logitech Z-2300s at Newegg when they get back in stock since there is such a great deal on them right now.EDIT: Here Lesen Sie bitte die Notizen im Download-Abschnitt für weitere Informationen.       War diese Information hilfreich?

The solution to this problem may be to disconnect the screen from one end of each cable, apart from the first.Don't always assume that occasional buzzes and crackles are soundcard related However, digital audio gear is another source of possible interference once there's a ground-loop problem, and this creates symptoms that may sound rather different — imagine the sound of a digital I hear the sounds I'm supposed to be hearing, the beeps and tweaks associated with the display I have on my desktop, but, occassionally, I get this loud, irritating feedback buzz. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/179400-28-strange-buzzing-feedback-speakers Also, muted microphone, nothing changed.

Is there more info that u need to figure out the problem? In this instance, unplugging the PSU and relying on battery power during recordings and performance usually solves the problem, which is the way many musicians end up working live. When... Select the default analog speakers in the playback mixer and select properties and then levels tab to show the playback line-in.

trekkiee View Public Profile Find More Posts by trekkiee Page 1 of 2 1 2 > « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Reinstalled Traktor, did not fix. Because it's not always easy to see if components are touching, a simple test is to try slipping a sheet of paper between adjacent cards.Many musicians already understand what ground loops This is largely due to the huge advances in the design of soundcard ground planes, multi-layer circuit boards, and greatly improved filtering of the incoming power supply signals to remove any

PLAYBACK MIXER RECORD MIXER brucek brucek is offline Rules Quote Quick Reply post #5 of 17 Old 11-21-08, 10:16 AM uslaves Inactive Posts: n/a Re: soundcard feedback loop Thanks this contact form Having the machine upgraded to a Revision E PSU usually fixes the problem, or at least improves it, but there are stories of the problem persisting even then. uberclopsApr 4, 2006, 3:29 PM Do you have any lights inside your pc? I thought it might be the soundcard but it does it even when my computer is powered off, so I assume that means it's the speakers?

If in doubt, do a track count test with both the internal and external drives, and see which gives you the most tracks of recording or playback without glitching. Company Number: 3015516VAT Number: GB 638 5307 26           My SOSMy Account Change My Password My Subscription My Shop Orders My eNewsletter Mailing Lists My Downloads MagazineCurrent Issue Current Competition Subscribe If you've got any elderly gear with tarnished pins on its mains or audio plugs, you may even find the noise level alters after unplugging it and plugging it back in http://recupsoft.com/sound-card/sound-card-and-video-card-conflicting.html all sound fine, this problem only happens with Traktor.

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Since a single 13A socket in the UK can quite easily power a 3kW electric fire, the vast majority of us should also be able to run our entire studios from The analog pane displays 'line in (line in/mic in)' connected to the blue rear jack labeled 'in' even tho there is nothing plugged into that jack. Check to make sure the title of the window is Playback Control. Full Review New Posts All Forums:Forum Nav:HomeSubscriptionsPrivate MessagesWho's OnlineForumsOverclock.net ForumNew MembersOverclock.net Related News and InformationOverclock.net Member PollsOverclock.net Contests and PromotionsForum Platform Help and Discussion Bugs and Technical IssuesSubmit a Bug ReportResolved

Even within the computer, there's the potential for ground-loop gremlins as soon as more than one earth connection is made. I try it on another Windows 7 Professional 32-bit machine that is in my house and it happens as well. Yeah, I bought the Audio 2 because I thought it was the sound card, and because I needed one anyway. Check This Out I suspect PCI's bad reputation largely came about during the early days of soundcard design, when background noises were all too common in 16-bit models, and you were lucky to get

Really loud strange noise coming out of speakers after overclocking. Oxidation on jack plugs and the pins of mains plugs aggravates such problems, so keeping your earth connections clean will help in this respect.