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Is there a fix for garbled audio out in Skype ?

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Is there a fix for garbled audio out in Skype ?

#1 Postby JBoman » Wed Apr 07, 2010 7:53 pm

In skype test calls audio-out is so garbled you cannot understand a word. I've looked at a couple of known fixes but they were for older versions of skype and also much older Linux kernels so I'm leery of meddling with them.
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#2 Postby carlops » Thu Apr 08, 2010 2:45 am

you are running the latest, right (2.0.81 IIRC)? Get the version before that (.47), that should solve it.
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#3 Postby SilverBear » Thu Apr 08, 2010 6:08 pm

To see the Kmix settings that work for me, see the screenshot in this public gallery:

I arrived at these settings in a 2-way session with a very patient friend who worked with me for almost a half hour testing every position of ever slider. He reported my audio to be perfect by the time we finished.
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