Consider the following scenario. You are a musician. You plug headphones into the computer and listen to music. Then, you plug a guitar into the microphone jack and enable the microphone sound output so that you can play along with the music. In this case, the computer acts as a mixer. However, on a Windows 7-based computer, the microphone sound (mic in) output has a one-half to one-second delay.
For the stereo mixer, if the audio driver is exposed, the stereo mixer is available. By default, the stereo mixer is hidden on Windows Vista and on Windows 7. To enable the stereo mixer, right-click in an open area on the Recording tab of the Speakers device, click Show Disabled Devices, right-click Stereo Mix, and then click Enable.
ID článku: 2462986 - Poslední kontrola: 16. 8. 2011 - Revize: 1