[Fwd: sound in CURRENT]
Conrad J. Sabatier
conrads at cox.net
Mon Aug 23 11:44:53 PDT 2004
On Mon, 23 Aug 2004 14:43:18 +0300
Panagiotis Astithas <past at ebs.gr> wrote:
> Russell Jackson wrote:
> > To chime in on the sound issue, I get seemingly random distortions
> > or screeches during playback. A sure fire way to cause it on demand
> > is to do a sysctl -a. I've also found that taking the battery out
> > and running on A/C only reduces the frequency of the distortions.
I get horrible screeching with timidity++, myself. MP3s and other audio
sounds fine, though.
> > You may have gathered that this is a laptop based on the fact that
> > it has a battery. Sound is provided by an Acer Labs M5451 using
> > t4dwave driver.
> > On the other side of the spectrum, sound plays back perfectly on my
> > workstation.
> Just as a datapoint, ever since I added the following line to
> /boot/device.hints my sound experience has been greatly improved:
Interesting. The nVidia nForce3 already uses a default buffer size of
16384; I just rebooted, setting it to 32768. Will see if this has any
benefit or not. <crossing fingers>
I've tried fiddling with hw.snd.targetirqrate, but that did no good.
Still broke after a while. <sigh>
Conrad J. Sabatier <conrads at cox.net> -- "In Unix veritas"
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