I recently bought one of these adapters for my PVR 350, which adds RCA inputs for video and stereo audio. However, when recording some things, the volume is so high that it causes severe distortion. The "Scart1_Volume" registry key, located in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Hauppauge\hcwTVDlg\AudioControls appears to only change the recording volume for the tuner. It has no effect on the alternate input that I'm using. WinTV refers to it as input "C3" if that matters - Composite 3. Does anyone know how I can change the recording or input volume for C3? FYI, I don't just use the tuner hookup, as it seems that many VCRs don't output stereo sound through their tuners - they rely on you using the RCA outputs if you want stereo. The key "HcwAudioScart1Volume" located at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Globespan\Parameters\ivac1 \Driver also has no effect. Update: For god's sake. Damn thing works now. How? I rebooted. I never reboot that computer, especially now that I'm converting and editing a lot of video. Maybe every two weeks it'll get rebooted. I figured too that this was a program-dependent registry setting - that the settings would get read when WinTV2K was opened. Apparently they are driver entries, initialized at reboot. *sigh* Simplest damn thing in the world. Also, every time WinTV2K opens, it defaults to the tuner input, which I don't have connected. How can I make it open to the C3 input automatically?