increase buffer??

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  1. peporroncin

    peporroncin New Member

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    Hello,

    I hear noise in my speakers :mad: and I read that I can solve it increasing the buffer. How can I do it?

    Greetings and thanks :lol:
     
  2. Doug W

    Doug W Active Member

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    Can you be more specific in describing the noise? It may be something else but try changing the buffer setting to see what happens.

    I am on an older computer running Win 98SE and kX 3534f, but the procedure should be similar for newer versions of kX.

    Right click on kX manager in sys tray -> Settings -> Setup buffers

    The different settings are explained in Help -> Introduction -> kX Menu
     
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    Caithleann New Member

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    Thanks! I noticed however, that this help file is outdated, there is an additional parameter at the bottom of this stack of (unnamed) settings that is not covered by the manual. How did you find out what these values meant?
    For what version of kX was this help file written?
     
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