Audigy 2, Inspire and FreeBSD
nicholas_wieland at yahoo.it
Sun Oct 24 04:41:11 PDT 2004
I'm a FreeBSD user from abuot two years now, and I love it.
I have a machine in my home network that I use as a "multimedia
station" - i.e. something that my family can use to listen to music or
watch a DVD without specific knowledge.
I'm very happy with it, and my family too, so thanks to the FreeBSD
hackers for such a piece of software !
Now, I'd really like to try the official emu10k1 driver for my Audigy
2 (now I'm using http://chibis.persons.gfk.ru/audigy/), but firstly
I'd like to ask if there's something like the emuctrl tool that ships
with the unofficial driver.
The "problem" is that I have an Inspire system - 6 speakers + 1
subwoofer - and I don't know how to control the volume of every single
Does FreeBSD support a beast like mine ?
FreeBSD pixie.subbacultcha.home 5.3-RC1 FreeBSD 5.3-RC1 #8: Thu Oct 21
13:35:12 CEST 2004
root at pixie.subbacultcha.home:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/SUBBACULTCHA i386
Example of emuctrl tunables:
Id Description Vol RecVol
FX (PCM) buses
fx0 DSP FX BUS 0 100:100 (0:0)
in0 AC97 Codec 0:0 (0:0)
in1 CD S/PDIF 0:0 (0:0)
in2 Optical S/PDIF 0:0 (0:0)
in4 Line-In (2) 0:0 (0:0)
in5 Coaxial S/PDIF 0:0 (0:0)
in6 AUX2 0:0 (0:0)
out0 DIGITAL: Front 0:0
out1 DIGITAL: Center 0
out2 DIGITAL: Subwoofer 0
out3 Headphones 0:0
out4 DIGITAL: Rear 0:0
out5 Front 100:100
out6 Center 100
out7 Subwoofer 100
out9 Rear 100:100
out10 AC97 ?? 0:0
out13 A/D converter (REC) 0:0
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