On Thu, Oct 10, 2002 at 02:01:28PM +0100, Kae Verens wrote:
> The "forced" sound is usually caused by the amplitude of the wave being
> cut off as it reaches the limit forced on it by the hardware. By
> reducing the strength of the amplitude, you're reducing the chance that
> it'll hit it's limit.
Yeah, that's what i was thinking myself, it's just strange that clipping
is occuring at such low volumes. Anyway, i installed the alsa drivers,
and they're _much_ better. I've got the main volume set to about 85%,
pcm to 100%, and everything is hunky dorey. It's still not quite as good
as windows, but a lot more livable with.
High salt diets are bad for you - but only outside marriage.
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