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.::carlito::.
Posted: Apr 16, 2007 1:47 am Reply with quote
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Hmmm, this sort of a weird topic but it's something I need help with. Does anyone know how to put the left speaker and right speaker sounds into one speaker? You know how there's separate sounds in them? And by the way, it's the headphones with my computer, not any mp3s or walkmans. If there's anything possible, please tell me! Thanks! Boogie
 
mangomalte
Posted: Apr 16, 2007 8:55 am Reply with quote
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can't you change that in the control panel, in the sound card section? i'm sitting at a unix comp at the moment, so i can't check...
otherwise, if you use winamp you can choose Input -> Nullsoft MPEG -> Configure -> Decoder -> uncheck "Allow stereo output" (i think).
otherwise you may be able to do it by using the pan gauge in the volume settings. not sure, though. Tongue
 
marktobias
Posted: Apr 16, 2007 9:01 pm Reply with quote
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Joined: 10 Feb 2006 Posts: 247 Location: Peterborough, England
Yeah if you have a balance/pan option on your music player then that would be the easiest way to do it. The latest version of Winamp (and probably most of the versions) has one.

*edit - that was a boring 200th post Tongue
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Apr 17, 2007 1:10 am Reply with quote
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I'm sorry to waste your time hehe. Thanks for the help guys! I really wanted help for this for a long time!! Boogie

EDIT: Right now I'm using Winamp, the balance is in the MPEG decoder is it?? Which one is it? Embarassed
 
marktobias
Posted: Apr 17, 2007 7:52 am Reply with quote
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If you're running the default modern skin of Winamp then it's on the main window. There's a little drop down box that says "config" and that's where the equalizer is. The balance is at the top left of the equalizer. It depends what skin your running but it should still be accessible from any skin somehow. Yes if you right click the main playing area it will have a choice of "equalizer" you just need to click that and it should appear.
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Apr 18, 2007 5:30 am Reply with quote
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Ok, now that is partially what I want. Isn't there any way to actually to put the seperate left and right sounds in the same speaker?? Sorry for giving you guys a hard time. Embarassed
 
marktobias
Posted: Apr 19, 2007 2:51 pm Reply with quote
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I'm still trying to figure out what you mean Giggle

So for example, guitar is coming out of the left speaker and piano is coming out of the right. You want the guitar and piano to both come out of the left speaker? That would involve setting the output to mono....... I know that I know how to do this but my computer is only half built at the moment so I'm without sound and can't remember how to do that Confused

If nobody has solved this for you in a few days then I should have my sound card in and I'll help you out Smile
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Apr 20, 2007 1:02 am Reply with quote
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Yep, your example has told me what I want!! So it's something to do with the sound card huh? Can you tell me how I can fix this problem? Pretty please?? Embarassed Laughing
 
marktobias
Posted: Apr 20, 2007 6:25 am Reply with quote
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Well on most sound card software you get the option of what output you want. That usually includes 2.0 Speakers, 2.0 Headphones and 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers. What sound card do you have anyway? Or are you using the on-board sound from the motherboard? If you don't know this then we have ways of finding out Smile

Sometimes you get the option of Mono output which is what you want. In the system tray (bottom right of the screen) do you have an icon for your soundcard? Or do you just have the normal yellow Windows sound icon? If you have a special volume control then you can have a look around in the properties on there and look for the word "mono". Come back to me if you find anything.

I know there's ways of converting songs to play as mono but that would involve some software and I haven't got all my usual stuff installed at the moment.
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Apr 20, 2007 8:01 am Reply with quote
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Well on my special volume control (SoundMAX), there's a mono out option in the preferences. Is this the one?? Should I give it a tick or leave it?? Confused
 
mangomalte
Posted: Apr 20, 2007 8:14 am Reply with quote
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yes, that would be the one. i certainly sounds like it, anyway. and i believe it was the first thing i said. Tongue
mangomalte wrote:
can't you change that in the control panel, in the sound card section?
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Apr 20, 2007 9:10 am Reply with quote
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Sound card section?? I'm not sure where that is but, I don't think the mono option is anywhere in my custom volume control. The one I found wasn't the one I was looking for, I'll try looking for the sound card option. Nod
 
marktobias
Posted: Apr 20, 2007 7:04 pm Reply with quote
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The sound card section is where you were looking. Your sound card is controlled by the SoundMax thingy. I have that installed at the moment and I can't find how to make it have mono output. I can't find it on my Creative software either.

I can't figure this out....
 
.::carlito::.
Posted: Apr 20, 2007 7:08 pm Reply with quote
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Hmmmm, what about the regular volume control? Does it have a mono option?? Confused

What I did find is some codecs of the SoundMAX website, take a look, it might have what I'm looking for.
http://www.soundmax.com/products/information/codecs.html
 
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