Re: Hauppauge WinCast/TV Card

Mark L. Bardenwerper (bardenwe@vbe.com)
Sun, 27 Apr 1997 23:09:09 -0500


Mark L. Bardenwerper wrote:

> I just got my Hauppauge Wincast/TV/Radio/Intercast card. It has great
> picture. I have not had time to configure it for CU. In order to do
> that, do I need to change anything in "drivers"? I now have a Quickcam
> as well. Do I need to take that off?
> Start me from scratch, as I never used anything but the Quickcam.

Pending

> Also, I bought an internal sound jumper. On one corner of the TV card is
> a pair of passthrough terminals. I hooked the CD Rom cable to one and
> jumped to the sound card through the other. My CD Rom sound is working,
> but I don't get any sound from the TV card. I gave up and put the
> external jumper back on for now, although I would like to use my sound
> card aux for an input for my 78 RPM phonograph pre-amp (I also am into
> sound restoration). First I left both on, but I still didn't get any
> sound from the TV until I completely restored the internal connections
> to original configuration. Do you use external or internal jumper? I am
> going to E-mail Hauppauge tech to ask them as well. I will post anything
> of interest back to here.

Problem solved. The white terminal in the corner of the card is the
input from the CD Rom, the black is the output to be connected to the
sound card. No instructions, just trial and error. It didn't work the
other way around. Now the external jumper is not needed. Thanks for your
patience.
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