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Posted 03 December 2006 - 05:32
Posted 03 December 2006 - 15:04
If connected properly, double-click your volume icon in the tray and be sure Aux is not muted. Look in the menu and be sure it is not muted under recorder properties either. If you have a Line volume, try that, too.
I am wanting to connect my bose wave radio to my computer. I have installed basic drives and apps for my new sound blaster X-Fi card and I am wondering how I go about getting bose wave radio to get music.
i connected my bose with a link cable to the aux port on my sound card (1st hole) .. I am not sure however to get it to pickup sound.. I think something needs to be changed in properties but I am not sure how to exactly change them so I can get my bose to get sound from the computer. Any suggestions>?
Posted 03 December 2006 - 15:18