I have recently bought a bunch of equipment for recording audio, however it seems to be producing some white noise along the way. I don't think it's the microphone as it's noisy even without it plugged into the mixer. I don't know if it's the mixer, or the audio interface and i won't be about to figure it out until i get a set of 5mm jack headphones. Is anyone able to help? My setup is below
Behringer C-1 connected via XLR cable to a Behringer Xenyx 802 mixer. This in turn leads to a Behringer UCA202 audio interface via RCA cables.
I can remove the white noise with audacity no problem, however i was hoping i could use this setup for live streaming as well so the static needs to go.
Sigh... another person who apparently can't read. You may have less than 20 Karma, but as a sponsor you DO have the ability to create new posts. It's much easier for us to track individual issues that way, so please re-post your question in the Technical Forum directly.
No, they are just starting to flesh out the GTX 6XX series, the best guess is the GTX 7XX series, but that can change. Timeframe-wise, I'd guess about a year or more since they still need to build the current new series.
I recently joined this website so I'm going to contribute what I know. If anyone has problems or questions about their iOS (iPhone,iPod and/or iPad) just leave me a personal comment and I'll try to answer A.S.A.P. or visit the site [link=http://JailbreakQa.com], it's a pretty cool website that functions a lot like this one.
I REALLY need help with this problem. I just got an ethernet cable today and was trying to connect to Xbox Live from my laptop. I did the whole test connection thing and it worked all the except when connecting to live in the final step. An error message pops up and it says I must have the MTU settings set to at least 1364, I've been trying different ways to solve this but none of the works. I tried the DRTCP (hope I spelled it right), the command, run and regedit way and this, mabination.com/threads/2910-MTU-the-easy-way and nothing seems to work. The changing the router settings is out of the question.
Hello~ I'm having trouble watching videos on the site. They play, but they're lagging pretty bad. Also, when I pause them, the audio will stop but the video will continue going for a few seconds.
It's not my connection; my signal quality is excellent and everything loads fine. All my plug-ins are up to date (Java, Flash, all good) and I'm using the latest version of Firefox. And I don't have this problem watching Youtube videos. I don't know if it's the site, the video player, or something on my end; any ideas? I'd appreciate any help.
What are the specs on the RAM? Model number, speed, and latency are all relevant. Making sure your BIOS is up-to-date is probably the first step towards improving RAM compatibility.
I couldn't find any documentation for the exact model you listed, but I did find a similar one: the 990FXA-GD80. The list of officially supported memory modules for that model can be found here, and the number of supported 8GB modules is pretty slim. I also found a copy of the manual for the 990FXA-GD80 here, and it includes this notice, "Due to the chipset resource deployment, the system density will only be detected up to 31+GB (not full 32GB) when each DIMM is installed with a 8GB memory module."
You'll find that in order to hit the maximum quoted memory capacity of a specific motherboard and CPU combo, there are sometimes obscure requirements for single-sided DIMMs or using only two DIMMs instead of four. Sometimes you also have to underclock the RAM, increase the voltage, or relax the latency. That's why the list of supported modules shrinks as capacity increases, but you can sometimes get unlisted modules to work by tweaking the settings.
Hey guys, So my Laptop's being sent away for a couple of weeks to get the screen and sound fixed. In the mean-time, most of my media is currently being stored on my Playstation 3. I was wondering if there is a way to play the media stored on my PS3 on my iPad or HTC Phone. I've seen people stream from iOS/Android to PS3, but I was wondering if it's possible to go the other way round
I am trying to start recording my gameplay for achievement hunter videos and other things of that nature, but I have yet to get my hands on any sort of capture card. I was wondering what would be a suitable one for just starting out. If anyone can help me out, I would appreciate it.
Im getting this really annoying pop up "thing" and i have no freaking idea why its happening and how to make it stop. I get a small window saying "nym1.ib.adnxs.com/click?AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA" and s on with the A the it says "The data area passes to a system call is too small"
I've searched online to no luck, some forum suggested that i install adblockplus which i did, but hasnt done anything.
Its started while i was looking at the Oscar nominations list (weird i know) And it just keeps appearing for no apparent reason.
This is a very odd problem. Judging by your screenshot you're running Windows 7, so I'd try using a Restore point to (obviously) restore your computer to a point before you started having this problem. Of course this is assuming that you know how long it has been like this.
I have microsoft essential and Malware-byte free trial which is actually working better than essential.
And im on Windows vista 64 bit. Its been like 4 days since its started so hopefully there is a good restore point.
A theory im thinking o is that it may be some how caused by one of my torrent programs (Vuze, and Utorrent) Cause the problem had stopped but then i started using those programs again, at first everything fine, then i opened something i downloaded on utorrent and it came back. I felt like punching a whole through the monitor at that moment.
It might be one of those two. I suggest going into Safe Mode without Networking and running your scans. Having networking on can lead to viruses and malware to re-install themselves. Also, try these other two programs for me. TDSSKiller SUPERAntiSpyware
It might help. And for web browser add-on, I have one other that might help you other than ABP. I use it personally, but you don't have to. I use Modzilla Firefox also. Ghostery
On a side note, there's been a huge hole in Java just recently discovered not long ago, it might have something to do with it. More about that issue is here and here.
As far as suggestions go, that's all I have. I hope it helps a little.
And dang it I forgot to post my question along with that. :/ But mine might be simple. I'm currently having a small issue with my laptop rapidly overheating. I've tried suggestions that I found via Google, but honestly none of them have worked. I don't know if it might have something to do with my battery being almost completely dead, or another issue. Any suggestions? And I'm terribly sorry for missing the rule about only certified people posting advice. I'd delete my post if I could. ""OTL
A theory im thinking o is that it may be some how caused by one of my torrent programs (Vuze, and Utorrent) Cause the problem had stopped but then i started using those programs again, at first everything fine, then i opened something i downloaded on utorrent and it came back
- I'd say that is a distinct possibility. What kind of thing do you torrent? I'm kinda guessing that they're not 100% legal but I'm not here to pass judgement. However some of the things that you download may be hosted on infected machines so there might be some malware hidden in these files.
Anyway, try doing a store point to a date more than 4 days ago (i.e. there is no point in restoring it to the date when you first noticed this problem) and tell us how you get on. _______________________________________________________________________
And I'm terribly sorry for missing the rule about only certified people posting advice. I'd delete my post if I could. ""OTL
- there's a rule for that? :-) ooppps. I hope I don't get in trouble for posting. I am qualified but there's no way of proving that. Oh well.
As far as the ovehreating problem with your laptop is concerned; I had the same problem with my old laptop and the only things I can suggest that might help is to get a can of compressed air and try and blow the dust out of the air intake and exhaust of your cooling system. That and simply try and have space underneath the laptop (I used two books and put my laptop on top of that.)
Finally the only other thing remaining is not one to be attempted by the inexperienced; that is to open the laptop up and use a can of compressed air to blow the dust of everything. Then reapply some new thermal compound to the underside of the heatsinks, etc. WARNING; THIS IS RISKY AND I WILL NOT BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE INCURRED IN THE FOLLOWING OF THIS ADVICE. :-) (Had to put that in there :-))
It seems as far a Java is concerned, it's been an on and off issue for a while. I think if Java goes to another release, they need to test it a little better next time. Although everything has holes now n' days. Also thanks for the advice. I did use some air on it and it helped a little. Just wish sometimes I had a regular PC instead. At least I can take those apart and rebuild them with confidence.
I wouldn't say I'm an "expert" per say. But if I ever get a chance to; I'm going to continue college and get my certification and networking down. If it's any good, the technician my Dad's workplace uses actually took a tip from me. He tried some of the things I suggested to try, and it works for him.