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Old 09-22-2003, 02:12 PM
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Default iChat >>Core Audio 6.1>>digi001. Any Luck so far?

So I tried the audio only through iChat using the new Digi Core Audio and going through my Digi001. I could hear the other caller through my monitors, very cool, but he couldn't hear me, even though I showed a signal from my mic when I talked, in the audio window. Also, when I checked my Systems Preferences sound control panel, in the output pane, I saw no signal.
Anyone getting this to work yet or having simialr issues?

Thanks in advance, any help would be much appreciated.

EjA
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