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Kmix mixer.png   Control all your audio channels

Contents

Features

  • Quick volume check
  • One-click access to Master volume channel
  • Full control of all available channels

Step-by-Step

  • All access is through the icon in your System Tray Audio-volume-high.png. Hover over the icon, and you see the current volume setting.


Kmix hover.png


  • Click on the icon, and you have access to the Master channel, where you can quickly raise or lower the volume, or mute it if the telephone rings.


Kmix click.png


  • From that same display, click the Mixer button, and you have access to all configured channels, to adjust each one to your taste. The channels you see will depend upon the capabilities of your soundcard. This image is from a laptop with Intel ICH6 sound.


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  • Your card may have capabilities that you can't see in that view, so while you have it open, click Settings -> Configure Channels. Now you can see all the possibilities, and choose which ones should be visible in your mixer window.


Click for enlarged view

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