It's and Intel D510 using the on-board Realtech audio.
but there is many advantages to using the line-in plugin....
out side of the stability issue
now u can use winamps EQ too!
i wonder if its related to the capture data speaker flags
i set the pcm data to have
wfx.ChannelMask = (uint)(Speakers.SPEAKER_FRONT_LEFT | Speakers.SPEAKER_FRONT_RIGHT | Speakers.SPEAKER_BACK_LEFT | Speakers.SPEAKER_BACK_RIGHT);
so that it plays back to 4 channels, even though technically it shouldnt since its only 2 channel audio
and should only play on front
rememeber pc audio is Home theater based, not car crap audio based
in anycase, the line-in plugin, is written by a much better programmer than me. Quick question,what kind of audio system do u have?
and how is your speakers setup?
how many does windows audio system think you have
Give me a PM if you'd like to connect to my system. I'm in Central time. The car can be connected after 4pm usually.
remember, 2 channel audio should technically NOT play out of any other speakers
then the front!!!
if u set your speakers to say 5.1
and play a MP3, technically only front should play!!
cause its NOT 5.1 audio
i know thats not how u want it in a car...but thats how pc audio is designed
car is crap audio, where typically we make a copy of the front audio, and put it on the rear. With a fully routable audio card one can do that, or use VAC and audiomulch...and other ways...
also... with winamp, there is prob a output plugin that can do it too