[mythtv-users] Hello, and question about sound
teedub303 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 08:52:58 UTC 2005
Well, it does have most of the Audigy controls, such as digital out. I don't
believe I had a previous sound card in this machine, and there is no onboard
sound on this box.
It's booting up now, so I'll check in a minute. I'm starting to wish I
didn't do the upgrade, as it seems to have broken a number of things. Right
now, my focus is on sound though.
This is what I see in /proc/asound/cards
0 [Unknown ]: Audigy - Audigy 1 or 2 [Unknown]
Audigy 1 or 2 [Unknown] (rev.3, serial:0x511102) at 0xece0, irq 9
On 9/15/05, Michael T. Dean <mtdean at thirdcontact.com> wrote:
> Michael T. Dean wrote:
> > Jeff Clemens wrote:
> >> Acutally, alsamixer doesn't have the mute controls either any more.
> >> Looks like maybe somehow that got removed from the support for the
> >> Audigy.
> > Are you sure you've got the ALSA driver installed? What does
> > /sbin/lsmod | grep -r 'snd[-_]emu10k1'
> > give? Is the ALSA driver there? (I'm assuming you don't have an
> > Audigy 2 Nx or an Audigy LS in which case you want to check for
> > 'snd[-_]usb[-_]audio' or 'snd[-_]ca0106', respectively.)
> Hmmm. It must be 4:20 in the morning. If alsamixer works, you've got
> ALSA drivers installed, but following on my line of thinking, are you
> sure that some other soundcard isn't the "first" card (i.e. integrated
> sound on your motherboard).
> What does
> cat /proc/asound/cards
> give? If your Audigy isn't card 0, then you're probably seeing the
> mixer for the other card.
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