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Playing MP3's with no soundcard

Posted on 1998-07-21
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Is there any way of playing MP3's on a P200MMX without a Soundcard. I am using "FlexiCD" to be able to play CD's with Headphones.
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No. You have used the CD-ROM drive's headphone output to get the CD-ROM audio signal. This originates straight from the reading mechanism. The information that your PC reads from an MP3 file can not be sent to the CD-ROM -- it only works the other way round.
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