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comment Very slow site lookups in Google Chrome
Thanks. I tried this (unchecked "automatically detect settings" which was the only one checked.). Still no better. I am running Windows 7, 64 bit by the way.
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comment Very slow site lookups in Google Chrome
Thanks.. I gave that a try.. but still no luck... still as slow as ever.
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comment Run 10 sets of headphones from a pc via 10 separate channels
Would it be feasible to plug in a set of headphones (with mono adapter) to each output ? Or would that be too bigger power drain for the audio card - I assume it would ?? And therefore I would need to feed into some sort of headphone amplifier (eg. fostexinternational.com/docs/downloads/pdfs/…) ?
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comment Run 10 sets of headphones from a pc via 10 separate channels
Excellent. Thank you.. I will look at the m-audio cards. Bazza.
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comment Run 10 sets of headphones from a pc via 10 separate channels
Thanks for that... it is very helpful. Bazza.
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comment Run 10 sets of headphones from a pc via 10 separate channels
Thank you for your answer.. I had no idea that this was possible. This would be perfect. I wonder how one addresses these channels in software ? Perhaps via API supplied by card manufacturer ? I imagine the card only appears as a single device... currently our code talks routes each sound channel to a sound card device.. now it would need to route to a channel of a single device instead. This would be excellent if we can achieve this.. thank you very much again.
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comment Run 10 sets of headphones from a pc via 10 separate channels
Thank you for your answer. This would be perfect, I don't think labelling would be a large problem.
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comment Run 10 sets of headphones from a pc via 10 separate channels
Thanks will read that.