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Double speed sound

To clarify I was using xmms for mp3s, and then tested mplayer using the 
new Starwars Kid / Kill Bill mix.    I'm not sure if mplayer plays 
straight mp3s.


On Mon, 26 Apr 2004, Duane Morin wrote:

> I usually don't play mp3s on my laptop but today I fired one up...and 
> discovered that it seems to be playing at rapid speed, like chipmunks.
> I'm using mplayer, and a whole bunch of sound files experienced the same 
> problem.
> I think I had this problem once before we exceedingly slow playback, but
> that didn't seem to last (although I was recompiling at will back then).
> Anybody know where to look?  I noticed for the first time that it mentions 
> "Using Linux RTC hardware (1024Hz)" which may have always been there, but 
> I never noticed it before.
> Duane
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