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external tv tuner/laptop no sound

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  1. budhudood

    budhudood Thread Starter

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    just tried to use avermedia usb 300 tv tiner and pvr.i can get the picture but no sound from laptop speakers.when i do the recording, there is no sound on replay.sound comes from the avermedia if connected to outside speakers.laptop is toshiba a45 s250 with intel pentium 2.8 ghtz with 512 memory. please help because avermedia does not reply,
     
  2. kiwiguy

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    Make sure that your audio input on the laptop is not muted. Often theyy are by default.

    Check under control panel - Audio. You need to make sure you are displaying all inputs though, under Options - Properties.

    Unfortunately the exact settings depend on the audio drivers that you run, so I cant lead you exactly.
     
  3. gotrootdude

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    Just plug the tuner sound-out into your laptops aux or mic in. Then make sure it's not muted in the mixer. (ie, double click the speaker icon in the system tray and check)

    If this doesn't work: go into the control panel, sounds and multimedia , audio tab , click advanced under playback devices, make sure your speakers are set correctly.
     
  4. budhudood

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    i tried both recommendations but no sound with the tv picture on the laptop except sound from the avermedia usb box connected to external speakers. thanks for your help.
     
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