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Very odd but atleast you got it working
    
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For Mint 14 Nadia-Mate with headset open xterm then type 'alsamixer' without quotes as mentioned at the start of the forum then press F5 then F3 (dont ask why F5 then F3 it just get it to the right page) to get to the page where it say 'Line' and it would have 0db above it press enter then press up arrow key to increase to ur liking once done press ESC.

also if you are a youtube recorder and microphone is not loud enough do the exact same thing but press F1 to view command buttons then press the one that says capture or record and look for front Mic and Front Mic boost then set them to your liking and press ESC.

any other questions feel free to ask smile.gif

P.S Front means that you are using the front Jack and Rear Means Rear Jack
Edited by DRAGONFABLE517 - 7/11/13 at 12:22am
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Originally Posted by DRAGONFABLE517 View Post

For Mint 14 Nadia-Mate with headset open xterm then type 'alsamixer' without quotes as mentioned at the start of the forum then press F5 then F3 (dont ask why F5 then F3 it just get it to the right page) to get to the page where it say 'Line' and it would have 0db above it press enter then press up arrow key to increase to ur liking once done press ESC.

also if you are a youtube recorder and microphone is not loud enough do the exact same thing but press F1 to view command buttons then press the one that says capture or record and look for front Mic and Front Mic boost then set them to your liking and press ESC.

any other questions feel free to ask smile.gif

P.S Front means that you are using the front Jack and Rear Means Rear Jack

Did you really need to bump a SIX YEAR OLD thread just to repost the exact same comment that you started a thread about only a couple of hours ago?

also, for your information (as I appreciate you're new to these forums), this particular topic has been discussed in quite some depth a few times in recent months. So if you're interested in discussing these things in more detail, then I'd probably suggest bumping those threads instead. smile.gif
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