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Thread: xm/mic/muting question

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    Unhappy xm/mic/muting question

    Currently I have the volume controlled through "All Lines". As a result, it turns all volume up/down when used (including the line in/microphone lines). I have an XM unit that is not properly grounded or something so when the volume is pushed up/down, it automatically unmutes the line in control and I can here the interference from my XM unit. In addition to this, it unmutes the microphone line which has a bit of a hiss to it (so it introduces a hiss to my sound). My question is, is there a way to have the "ALL Lines" only refer to all the lines EXCEPT microphone and line-in? I know I could switch it to Master, but I strongly prefer having the bass/treble/wave/master adjusted simultaneously.

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    You can make a new command for your buttons which controls volume+/- on the specified lines only.. check skin commands.txt ... but you'll not find the same thing for slider codes. The propper way is to set it to master and have the lines controlled individually. If you look at DynEQ.INI you can actually auto-adjust Bass-Treble levels based on the master volume.. that seems like what you're trying to do.. it will not affect the sound card's bass/trebble though -- only winamp EQ.
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