If I look into alsamixer, which I haven’t touched since reboot, the volume for front is set to zero, whereas it was set to before changing the port in pulse’s volume control – must be pavucontrol’s doing. That would be awesome! Could use a little more info. Here’s other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: All the options are checked in Sound Card Properties, and I don’t see anywhere a place to switch between 6-channel and 8-channel.
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Also of note is the fact that the optical digital out and the surround pugs aren’t working correctly either. The headphones checkbox in Gnome Alsa mixer should turn on and off the headphones but not the speakers right? Still banging my head over this Asus laptop Compiled on May 27 for kernel 2.
Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Select type of offense: I get the headphone connector option all the time, it just still continues to play through both.
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Browse to the SoundMAX driver files location and double click setup. Well that did something. Sexually explicit or offensive language.
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Anybody knows what model whe need? Post was not sent – check your email addresses! This is one of the rarest, hard to find drivers for Analog Devices SoundMax Audio chips with included Ad1984n control panel which features SonicFocus audio enhancements for deeper bass and richer sound.
I’d like buying one but I wouldn’t like having to reinstall the linuxant driver after a every kernel upgrade – it would be very annoying. My speakers and headphones are both controlled by the same volume control; the computer doesn’t detect when I plug in or unplug headphones from the front headphone jack on my desktopand therefore it just plays out of both speakers and headphones.
I too started experiencing this problem earlier.
Then the Control panel will work. Upgraded ALSA and installed linuxant driver and now everything works! I have no clue of implementation details of either alsa or pulse, but this behavior, IMO, hints to some streams being mixed up aad1984b the two.
Updated on Dec 9, Unlike togram2 wrote above, I downloaded this software and find absolutely no difference in my sound – it’s still crappy! I have this problem as well.
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sd1984b I have the exact problem written in the thread title and I’ve searched and searched and can’t find a solution. NTamd64] section tomorrow and include values from latest official audio driver for my motherboard for vista64 Like Like.
It has a Conexant chip. After I turned up the volume from channel “Front” with alsamixer, I can change between speakers and headphones without x; problem. For XP, you can download the following driver from HP: On Windows Vista the Microsoft audio function driver installs by default. I have an HP Pavilion Slimline desktop. Also I found the touch screen drivers at here http: When you did this: