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can it be that all volumes are set to "maximum"?
this can bring some quality problems...
run alsamixer and check how is your setup.
if you see the red bars, it is not good.
decrease a little bit - around 70%...
The values remained as I put them , without modifying assound.state , but the sounds is bad again after I restarted . I tried to lower , in alsamixer , even more the volumes , but it still sounds the same . What shoulld I do ?
i don't know much about kde - what i suppose you are using.
the problem is that the sound is managed by artsd - this is kde sound server.
you have in control center some options about it. you can check priority and sound system.
anyway, i am sorry but i don't have a definitive answer.
Now I installed Suse 9.3 and I still have the same problem . I should mention though, that this time , when I start suse , the sound from the beginning doesn't sound bad at all , it sounds good , so maybe that's a wav or something , but when I try to play an mp3 it sounds as bad as it did in Suse 9.1 . Is this a plugin ,, or codec problem , or something like that ?