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Hi
I dunno how to add sound with the svideo cable.My s-video cable has a s-video,white cable and a red one.So i connect the with and the red on my sound card and the s-video on my Video card and on my tv screen there s no sound?
How do sounds work?
THanks
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Hi
I dunno how to add sound with the svideo cable.My s-video cable has a s-video,white cable and a red one.So i connect the with and the red on my sound card and the s-video on my Video card and on my tv screen there s no sound?
How do sounds work?
THanks
S-Video is just that VIDEO it has nothing to do with sound.

GFX cards are video only no sound.
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how can i add sound on my tv?
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how can i add sound on my tv?
Hook up your onboard\\sound card to it.
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I dunno how to add sound with the svideo cable.My s-video cable has a s-video,white cable and a red one.So i connect the with and the red on my sound card and the s-video on my Video card and on my tv screen there s no sound?
How do sounds work?
THanks
if you can not hear sound its a problem with your sound card
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post #6 of 9
i have a cable that goes from my sound card to my stereo ( sounds better through stereo than tv) it has a 3.5mm headphone jack on one end and the RCA red and white the other end.




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post #7 of 9
Your VIDEO card does no SOUND processing.

S Video is an analog video signal with brightness/sync signal and a color signal

http://www.kat5.tv/videoformats.html:
"S-Video
A black and white composite video signal containing Luminance LUMA (Y) Brightness information and composite sync. CHROMA (C) contains ALL the colour information. S-Video outputs are becoming commonplace on domestic AV equipment and almost all AV amplifiers support the switching of S-Video in addition to Composite Video"

There you are. No sound on your S-Video cable. The red and white cables are going to be Chroma and Luma.

RCA Connectors are used for many different purposes, and you cant just latch onto the facts that there are 2 of them and that they are red and white and then asume there for audio.
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post #8 of 9
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Originally Posted by Supa-D!
Your VIDEO card does no SOUND processing.

S Video is an analog video signal with brightness/sync signal and a color signal

http://www.kat5.tv/videoformats.html:
"S-Video
A black and white composite video signal containing Luminance LUMA (Y) Brightness information and composite sync. CHROMA (C) contains ALL the colour information. S-Video outputs are becoming commonplace on domestic AV equipment and almost all AV amplifiers support the switching of S-Video in addition to Composite Video"

There you are. No sound on your S-Video cable. The red and white cables are going to be Chroma and Luma.

RCA Connectors are used for many different purposes, and you cant just latch onto the facts that there are 2 of them and that they are red and white and then asume there for audio.
S-VIDEO is only the black cable, the red and white are his Left nd Right audio channels, plug the Red and White end into your stereo and the headphone jack into the green jack on your sound card. Also, Supa D! Why on earth would you join the forum just to yell at this guy, shame on you!

EDIT/// Oops, forgot to finish reading that last line, when you said Chroma and Luma I assumed you thought Red and White were also for video, they are indeed Left and Right audio signals for Stereo stuffs.
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post #9 of 9
Not all the time. If its connected to your S-Video cable chances are its not for audio, seeing as S-Video is indeed (you guessed it) for Video. Remember -- There are only so many primary colours
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