Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re:Windows audio "pass-through"
Re:Windows audio "pass-through"
From: Chris Muth <muthchris_at_quantumsingularity.cc>
Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2003 19:05:16 -0600
Just double click on the little speaker in the icon tray and unmute the microphone/line in
and you will hear it out the speakers.
Original message from: Sweth Chandramouli
> Hmm... I feel odd that all of my posts to this list aren't
>about Rockbox per se, but that's because for the most part Rockbox just
>works, whereas I can't seem to find any useful info about the Archos or
>Windows media anywhere else. So let me know if these sorts of questions
>are inappropriate for the list.
> Anyway. I'm looking for a way to play music from my
>Archos through the speakers on my (Windows, unfortunately) PC at work.
>Because of how much power the USB connection uses, I'd rather not mount
>the Archos and play music off of it that way; I'd rather connect the
>analog out from the Archos to the audio in of the PC, and just have
>some app do a "pass-through" of the signal to the speakers. But I
>can't find any app that does that, other than the Windows "Sound
>Recorder" accessory, which also then burns CPU and disk space by
>actually recording the music to disk. Anyone know of a nice lightweight
>Windows app that can do what I want?
>Sweth Chandramouli Idiopathic Systems Consulting
Received on 2003-01-27