snd_envy24(4) and snd_envy24ht(4) MFC
kosio.dimitrov at gmail.com
Tue Jan 23 10:31:10 UTC 2007
it is still unknown how AK5385A is wired on M-Audio Audiophile 192, so
it is good to know, that you are ready to help, thank you for that
On 1/21/07, Scott Spare <scuppers at gmail.com> wrote:
> In reference to the snd_envy24 drivers and card, I have an M-Audio
> Audiophile 192 which I will be very happy to test new drivers on or to get
> hardware info as needed.
> The way I understand it, however this card is the one that has already been
> tested the most, so I don't know how valuable that will be.
> I hope others reading this list can agree - soundcard driver development is
> a valuable step toward helping FreeBSD into the multimedia realm.
> The M-Audio cards are very nice for entry-level recording studio and
> audiophile multimedia application and maybe for home theater and home stereo
> applications. FreeBSD is rock-solid and non-resource intensive in its
> default state. Also great fun for gearheads ;-) Seems a good match.
> The machine I have with the envy-based card is currently running "that other
> company's OS" but am considering a MythTV setup running Wine for those
> cases where that's necessary. I will need to do most of my testing in a
> VMWare box early on, since it's the primary computer at this point.
> There would be something really cool about having three BSD boxen here.
> Snapstream was the killer app for the DVR, but recently has hit all kinds of
> trouble... Gaming may make the whole "Windows-extraction effort"
> difficult. The main game I'm playing has copy-protection which doesn't work
> and play well with Wine. (the game's Psychonauts - it's a great game)
> Hitting snags currently with console apps and the mixer. More specifically,
> the mixer doesn't control the volume on shell-fm . That's on a different
> card (the emu_10k based one)
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