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    Phoronix: New Realtek Audio Support, VirtIO Sound Driver Ready To Play On Linux 5.13

    While PipeWire continues garnering interest this year for improving Linux sound in user-space, the kernel's sound drivers continue to be improved upon as well and tacking on support for new devices...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...nux-5.13-Sound

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    For a moment I thought my ASUS laptop with an ALC294 would work. I'm never lucky.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by juxuanu View Post
      For a moment I thought my ASUS laptop with an ALC294 would work. I'm never lucky.
      You may need a similar quirk for your laptop model like this one. The basic codec support is there.

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      • #4
        Another inconvenience has been dealt with. Hooray

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        • #5
          not related to this but is there any audio card 7.1 (not virtual) that has bass/treble control in alsa like creative has? (don't care about software like pulse equlizer and that crap)

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          • #6
            Originally posted by loganj View Post
            not related to this but is there any audio card 7.1 (not virtual) that has bass/treble control in alsa like creative has? (don't care about software like pulse equlizer and that crap)
            what makes you think card will do it not in software(firmware) ?

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