PulseAudio 7.0 Released, Adds More Flexible Jack Detection
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 24 September 2015 at 08:43 AM EDT. 12 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
PulseAudio 7.0 was released today as the once-controversial open-source sound server common to Linux systems.

PulseAudio 7.0 has new LFE channel sysnthesis with low-pass filtering, libsoxr-based resamplers, socket activation support for TCP, better support for the Creative SoundBlaster Omni Surround 5.1, and other changes.


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More details on PulseAudio 7.0 can be found via the release notes posted to their project site at FreeDesktop.org.
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