Some bugs and patches
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Wed Apr 20 08:57:15 PDT 2005
Arne Wörner <arne_woerner at yahoo.com> wrote:
> There is just one thing: I have two TV cards. Each TV card on one
> channel of CD-IN. Loud, high-frequency sound copies somehow to the
> other channel. I do not know why... But that is most likely an
> encoding problem (I use oggenc), or my wires are not connected
> arte legis. :-)) Or not?
No, it's a problem of your hardware setup. Either your cabling is bad (not
shielded) and the crosstalk happens there, or your soundcard isn't crosstalk
safe enough. This is "not uncommon" for an integrated soundcard on the
mainboard since "the wires" (on the mainboard) run near each other and the
analog audio signal cause changes in the magnetic field which causes
induction of the signal into the other wire.
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