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Aslak3 
Re: Sam460 - very annoying hiss on audio
Posted on 26-Feb-2013 21:13:02
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@m3x

Hey again M3x, hope you are well. :)

Both of those points are really exciting. I'll happily try the solution, as using the PCI slot for a soundcard does kind of "suck" a little (but not so much!)

And that's great about the Juli@ card, too. I'm sure a lot of SAM460 users are happy to have the option of "high end" sound and make use of that unused slot.

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Re: Sam460 - very annoying hiss on audio
Posted on 26-Feb-2013 21:46:04
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http://acube-systems.biz/index.php?page=news&id=115

Has the news on the problem. As I guessed (go me) it is a hardware fault, allbeit a small one.

I'd check my board, but it means removing it from the case...

Thanks m3x, for solving this long running mystery.

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