Hauppauge WinTV bktr-- no audio.
alex at big.endian.de
Sat Dec 20 02:32:13 PST 2003
Thus spake Patrick Hajek (pphajek at lbl.gov):
> The internal audio mode is the only setting on fxtv that I can hear a faint
> audio signal after playing with the mixer software and increasing the
> sound level on the speakers-- it's barely detectable from the background
> noise-- hey, it's a start. I have been reading the documentation
Try to raise the line-in mixer, it's the only setting you can change for
the internal mode.
> and one specific to the a Hauppauge WinTV PCI Card. My investigation now
> is centered around accessing the mixer on the WinTV card.
Forget about those mixers, we don't have support for those yet.
> > > bktr0: Detected a MSP34255?-?31 at 0x80
> > bktr0: Detected a MSP3415D-B3 at 0x80
I've never tested the MSP342* revisions, I only have the 3415 as well.
- paste the debug-output of "boot -v" related to the bktr code.
There will be a lot more lines in dmesg after you started a tv-app
such as fxtv, so please include those as well.
- Try to set bktr.0.mspsimple=0 (before loading the driver, e.g. from
the loader or device.hints). This forces the driver to fall
back to the fallback-mode for MSP340* chipsets, maybe it works for
you as well.
Could you maybe try out the card under Linux? The
BKTR_NEW_MSP34XX_DRIVER is ported from the Linux-driver, if it doesn't
work under Linux, there is little chance we get it working under
> > > options OVERRIDE_TUNER=9
> > > options OVERRIDE_MSP=1
> > > options OVERRIDE_DBX=1
Forget about those, I don't know if they have side-effects.
If you've got a dolby-card, please set the "... .dolby" sysctl. I've
never tried it myself, but it's supposed to work.
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