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  • Sound Balance is changed after hibernation

    I've got the following problem:

    I adjust the Master Balance in the Windows Mixer a little bit to left (because my right speaker is louder then my left one).
    But when I hibernate my PC and starts it again from hibernation, the balance slider is readjusted to the middle in the Windows Mixer.

    But now the main problem!
    This only happens if I use Frodoplayer and than hibernates.
    If i don't have Frodoplayer started, adjust my Balance, Hibernate, and then restart my PC from hibernate the slider is still at the same position where i had adjusted it before.

    How to solve this problem?
    I can't find any equalizer or something else in Frodoplayer...

  • #2
    Known issue - For me when you hibernate and get back into Frodoplayer, my system volume goes down to 0 and its a pain to change that through just the touchscreen. I think Frodo said he was going to fix that for his next version.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by PDiddy
      Known issue - For me when you hibernate and get back into Frodoplayer, my system volume goes down to 0 and its a pain to change that through just the touchscreen. I think Frodo said he was going to fix that for his next version.
      Tried SetVolume?
      My carputer

      Old one

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      • #4
        ... but my problem is the balance, not the volume :-(

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        • #5
          Originally posted by halve85
          ... but my problem is the balance, not the volume :-(
          Yeah, I know =P Got no idea... sry
          My carputer

          Old one

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          • #6
            now i have a workaround for my problem.

            I use the KX-Drivers Project for my Soundblaster Live!
            In the DSP you can build your very personalised own Sound Setup - like in a big Sound Studio! You can cut frequences, adjust the volume per channel and many other things i do not need ;-)

            BIG sound in my small ar ;-)

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