PulseAudio 7.1 Released With Better Xonar Sound Card Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 30 October 2015 at 10:56 AM EDT. 19 Comments
One month after the release of PulseAudio 7.0, PulseAudio 7.1 is now available.

The PulseAudio 7.1 sound server release has some bug fixes, minor improvements, and also better support for the ASUS Xonar sound cards. The ASUS Xonar sound cards tend to be quite popular for those needing a dedicated sound card, so great to see PulseAudio getting better support from the sound server side as I've seen more than a few Linux users complain about their support in the past.

More details on PulseAudio 7.1 via the release announcement that was sent out a short time ago.
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