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Old 18-07-2004, 06:35 PM   #1
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I've just watched the cartoon dog tutorial , but the problem is i can't understand what Kevin says, the sound is too low and even if i pull up the volume i can't get a word of what he says...Am i becoming deaf ?
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it is infact kurt doing the vid

I will ask him in future to turn the input volume up a bit - although I can hear it on mine
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Originally posted by Kevin
it is infact kurt doing the vid
I knew the name started with a K...I just picked the wrong one

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hm.. did u try increasing the volume of ur actual windows system? Check control panel>sounds and audio devises. Something similar happend to me.
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Originally posted by vagyb
hm.. did u try increasing the volume of ur actual windows system? Check control panel>sounds and audio devises. Something similar happend to me.
Yep, everything is at its maximum.
I've got an AC 97 advance audio chipset

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The audio was kinda my bad.. reinstalled everything the day before the tut was made and thought I had the volume setting different but I didn't have it where I usally do...


But you still should hear it ok.. i can hear mine pretty load.
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