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Subject: RE: Digital I/O faq entry revised
From: Michael O'Quinn (michael_at_oquinn.info)
Date: 2003-06-20


On Tue, 17 Jun 2003, Andreas Stemmer wrote:

> Michael O'Quinn wrote:
>
> > Should one try the white jack first, or the red? One sentence says
> > white, but a later one implies that Red is the correct first choice.
> > I think the first sentence is correct, if the section on playing is
> > to be believed. (Don't know & can't test -- 'gotta Player.)
>
> For recording one should try the white jack first, the later one
> corresponds to playback (...if output doesn't work...). But you're
> right, it's a little bit misleading, I changed it now to: ...Note that
> there exist some adapter cables with different color coding, so if it
> doesn't work try to swap red and white.

That's good. It's less confusing and gets right to the point of
what one needs to do.

Michael



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