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$output
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:7 ../jobs/graphics.txt.in:113 ../jobs/memory.txt.in:4 ../jobs/networking.txt.in:5 ../jobs/optical.txt.in:8 ../jobs/usb.txt.in:12
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Is this correct?
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මෙය නිවැරදිද?
Translated by Venura S.A Abeysinghe Achchige Don on 2010-04-13
Reviewed by chandpriyankara on 2010-07-14
Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:7 ../jobs/graphics.txt.in:113 ../jobs/memory.txt.in:4 ../jobs/networking.txt.in:5 ../jobs/optical.txt.in:8
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Disconnect any external microphones that you have plugged in. \ Click the Test button, then speak into your internal microphone. \ After a few seconds, your speech will be played back to you.
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Located in ../tests/audio.txt.in:32
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Connect a microphone to your microphone port. \ Click the Test button, then speak into the microphone. \ After a few seconds, your speech will be played back to you.
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Located in ../tests/audio.txt.in:45
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Pair a Bluetooth headset with your system. Then open the \ volume control application by right-clicking on the speaker \ icon in the panel and selecting "Sound Preferences". Select \ the "Input" tab and choose your Bluetooth device. Select the \ "Output" tab and choose your Bluetooth device. When you are done, \ click the Test button, then speak into the microphone. \ After a few seconds, your speech will be played back to you.
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Located in ../tests/audio.txt.in:58
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Play back a sound on the default output and listen for it on the default \ input. This makes the most sense when the output and input are directly \ connected, as with a patch cable.
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Located in ../tests/audio.txt.in:75
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Connect a USB audio device to your system. Then open the \ volume control application by right-clicking on the speaker \ icon in the panel and selecting "Sound Preferences". Select \ the "Input" tab and choose your USB device. Select the \ "Output" tab and choose your USB device. When you are done, \ click the Test button, then speak into the microphone. \ After a few seconds, your speech will be played back to you.
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Located in ../tests/audio.txt.in:86
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Open the volume control application by right-clicking on the speaker \ icon in the panel and selecting "Sound Preferences". Select \ the "Input" tab and choose any alternate (non-default) device(s). Select the \ "Output" tab and choose any alternate (non-default) device(s). When you are \ done, click the Test button, then speak into the microphone. \ After a few seconds, your speech will be played back to you.
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Located in ../tests/audio.txt.in:103
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Did you hear your speech played back?
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Located in ../jobs/audio.txt.in:70
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Disk benchmark:
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Located in ../jobs/disk.txt.in:16
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Contributors to this translation: Thambaru Wijesekara, Venura S.A Abeysinghe Achchige Don, chandpriyankara, පසිඳු කාවින්ද.