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  • Originally posted by Nathan_A View Post

    First, I wasn't blaming Pulse. Second, that link contains nothing that points at a solution to this problem. Was it supposed to?
    To up your volume use pactl set-sink-volume. This will let you increase the volume almost arbitrarily (obviously no higher than the speakers' ratings for safety). Keep in mind, the more you amp it the more distortion.

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    • It couldn't possible to optimize sound driver for integrated audio cards during installation phase enabling HARDWARE AUDIO ACCELERATION in those systems provided by audio hardware suport!?

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      • Originally posted by Azrael5 View Post
        It couldn't possible to optimize sound driver for integrated audio cards during installation phase enabling HARDWARE AUDIO ACCELERATION in those systems provided by audio hardware suport!?
        there is only one commercial sound card chip that does resampling
        its VIA Envy series (used to be called ICE... something, then VIA bought them)
        the way to get that resampling working is by using this .asoundrc (i dont think alsa does it by default, PA doesnt do it at all)

        Code:
        pcm.!default{
        type hw
        card 0
        }
        ctl.!default{
        type hw
        card 0
        }
        on almost all cards (including professional ones) this will cause problems when playing two different sound sources

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        • Originally posted by gens View Post

          there is only one commercial sound card chip that does resampling
          its VIA Envy series (used to be called ICE... something, then VIA bought them)
          the way to get that resampling working is by using this .asoundrc (i dont think alsa does it by default, PA doesnt do it at all)

          Code:
          pcm.!default{
          type hw
          card 0
          }
          ctl.!default{
          type hw
          card 0
          }
          on almost all cards (including professional ones) this will cause problems when playing two different sound sources
          What about cm8788 and ca20k1 audio chipset!?

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          • Originally posted by gens View Post

            there is only one commercial sound card chip that does resampling
            its VIA Envy series (used to be called ICE... something, then VIA bought them)
            the way to get that resampling working is by using this .asoundrc (i dont think alsa does it by default, PA doesnt do it at all)

            Code:
            pcm.!default{
            type hw
            card 0
            }
            ctl.!default{
            type hw
            card 0
            }
            on almost all cards (including professional ones) this will cause problems when playing two different sound sources

            Are you stating that CM8788 and CA20K1 audio chipset cannot manage hardware mixing by alsa DMIX!?

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            • Originally posted by Azrael5 View Post


              Are you stating that CM8788 and CA20K1 audio chipset cannot manage hardware mixing by alsa DMIX!?
              it doesnt say here that it can
              http://www.cmedia.com.tw/ProductsDet...PSerno-37.html
              nor here
              http://www.alsa-project.org/main/ind...Vendor-C-Media

              you can try to do what i said and check if they can

              afaik dmix does only software
              hardware resampling is in alsas in kernel chip driver
              no need to be a dick about it

              i have a xonar, that has a rebranded CMsomething chip that doesn't do resampling
              ICE1712 and via envy are the only ones i know of that do

              edit: i checked
              my xonar chip is a rebranded CMI8788

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              • Originally posted by gens View Post

                it doesnt say here that it can
                http://www.cmedia.com.tw/ProductsDet...PSerno-37.html
                nor here
                http://www.alsa-project.org/main/ind...Vendor-C-Media

                you can try to do what i said and check if they can

                afaik dmix does only software
                hardware resampling is in alsas in kernel chip driver
                no need to be a dick about it

                i have a xonar, that has a rebranded CMsomething chip that doesn't do resampling
                ICE1712 and via envy are the only ones i know of that do

                edit: i checked
                my xonar chip is a rebranded CMI8788
                Infact Xonar D2 and d2X are CMI8788 (oxygen) it's a pci controller.

                http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs...a-plugins.html

                Alsa plugins implements upmixing at least in 1.0.29 release.
                Last edited by Azrael5; 06-13-2015, 10:46 AM.

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                • Originally posted by funkSTAR View Post

                  It is quite easy. At an academic conference you would expect a lecture by people who have merits. This is not the case here. It is just a dude with a microphone proposing some uneducated shit to an audience. Luckily a smarter guy turned up and set things straight. Sure it is not funny to have your incompetence exposed like Datenwolf had but i cant think of a reason why it shouldnt be spelled out.

                  Could Lennart be more nice? Maybe. But he did us all a favor and dismantled this shit bomb of incompetence. Personaly I like the drama because it will make the clowns do better jobs. Lennart might show up and speak the truth

                  I guess the udev forksters might be next in line for such a treat.

                  Nope that Nazi douche Lennart Poettering needs his ass kicked and his hands chopped off, then a ton of people will be happy. s/

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                  • Originally posted by Azrael5 View Post

                    Infact Xonar D2 and d2X are CMI8788 (oxygen) it's a pci controller.

                    http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs...a-plugins.html

                    Alsa plugins implements upmixing at least in 1.0.29 release.
                    yes, no hardware resampling
                    only the one chip i mentioned does it, that i know of

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                    • Originally posted by Rallos Zek View Post


                      Nope that Nazi douche Lennart Poettering needs his ass kicked and his hands chopped off, then a ton of people will be happy. s/
                      wow
                      you and funkSTAR are such idiots it hurts
                      learn to code or shut up

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