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"Silent" voice modem

By yarik ·
I am using internal BOCA Resirch 33.6 ASF Voice modem. The problem is - it doesn't have it's own speaker, it only has 4 pin sound connector on board. I tried to hook it to my soundcard and was getting sound, but only one channel sounded, thuogh I could listen to all line and dial up noices. I could leave with one channel, but problem is - when modem is connected to the soundboard (Yamaha 724 PCI, and before ESS 186 Audio CDs also play only 1 channel . So I just disconected it and live with "silent" voice modem.
Any solutions?

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by msillers In reply to "Silent" voice modem

Why not connect it to your pc's internal speaker. It's generally only used for the odd beep and probably is connected to your mother board using the same 4 pin connector as the one on the modem.

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by Slogmeister In reply to "Silent" voice modem

Or, you could go and get an additional PC-Speaker, mount it in your case somewhere and connect it to your modem.

- Jason

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