That kind of solution worked for me with Skype. I used either kmix or kamix (forget which), so one of those has the microphone boost option.
--- Tom Patton firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Try using gamix instead of kmix. If your sound card supports it, you will notice a push-button for "mike boost", that punches about 20db gain to the mike. I have not tried Skype yet, so can't help ya there...
On Thu, 2005-03-17 at 21:18 -0800, Claus Olesen wrote:
Have you tried pulling at the slider(s) in
YaST/hardware/sound/volume? I'm not
sure about how those and the ones in KMix relate.
Do you have another PC that you could use for the
other end - to verify that
the problem is not at the other end?
I tried Skype a couple months ago from my SuSE 9.2
to a Windows box and got no
complaints. Besides, I'm impressed how well it
works - it was just like
talking on a regular phone.
On Thursday 17 March 2005 10:07, Rene wrote:
I'm trying to get Skype (Internet-telefony)
Reception is fine, but my counterpartners hardly
In Kmix MIC is at maximum and the red button
I hear myself loudly through the speakers, but I
am Hardly heared.
Settings under soundsystem are: ALSA; full duplex, sample rate 48000 HZ,
soundsystem active, realtine priority, 8
fragments 2048 bytes.
Does anyone have an advice how to enhance the
volume of the microphone ?
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