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If the host operating system is configured for sound and the host has a sound card installed, you can enable sound for a virtual machine.
The virtual sound device is compatible with a Creative Technology Sound Blaster Audio API. It supports sound in Windows and Linux guest operating systems.
Sound support includes PCM (pulse code modulation) output and input. For example, you can play .wav files, MP3 audio and Real Media audio. MIDI output for Windows guests is supported through the Windows software synthesizer. MIDI input is not supported, and no MIDI support is available for Linux guests.
Windows 2000, Windows XP and most Linux distributions automatically detect the sound device and install appropriate drivers for it.
You can set the following options under Device status:
Under Connection, you can choose which sound adapter to use if you have more than one physical sound adapter on your host computer. Select Specify host sound adapter, then select the device you want to use from the drop-down list.
If you are adding a new audio device, click Add to install the device.
To remove an existing audio device, select that device, then click Remove.
Click OK to save the configuration and close the virtual machine settings editor.
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